Who is Jennifer Ray? Jennifer Ray is a second year graduate student in the Educational Counseling Program. She completed her undergraduate degree in Sociology at California State University, Fullerton in 2015. She works as a counselor in the Disability Services & Programs Office at USC and also with the Orange County Teacher Pathway Grant via … Continue reading Shine Bright Like A Trojan!
Alejandra Meza (left) - Los Angeles, CA - PASA - conducted her fieldwork at EAOP UC Berkeley's Pre-College Academy (PCA) Program, a six-week rigorous academic program for over 200 Bay Area high school students. Over 90% of participants self-identified as students of color and will be the first in their families to attend college. Her role … Continue reading MPO NOTABLES: THE ROSSIER ELITE
Purpose: The purpose of this task force is to address what we as educators and individuals can do within USC Rossier and the classrooms around the topic of equity, diversity, opportunity and access as we continue to prepare and train the next generation of researchers, practitioners and teachers. Like the University, Rossier is committed to promoting these principles with … Continue reading USC Rossier School of Education – Diversity Task Force – Open Call for Membership
Dr. Sheila Banuelos is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the USC Rossier School of Education, where she has taught in the Educational Counseling and PASA programs for the past three years. Her courses include EDHP 500 Foundations, EDHP 587 Fieldwork, EDUC 500 The Counseling Process, and EDHP 593AB Master’s Seminar. Dr. Banuelos earned BA in … Continue reading Faculty Spotlight: Sheila Banuelos
Dear Master’s Programs student, Today’s writing tip will complement (not compliment) the previous confused-words entry. In principle (not principal), most writers will already be familiar with the distinctions between these words, but I know we can all use a refresher on these easily-mistaken homophones. So without further ado, here are the four word groupings for … Continue reading Writing Tip Wednesday: Confused Words (Pt. 2)
Dear Master’s Programs student, A colleague recently suggested we do a series on confused words. Based on some recent student work that I’ve seen, I thought this was an appropriate topic for the weekly tip. Complement vs. Compliment Complement (verb): to bring completion or perfection to. It can also be a noun (something that brings … Continue reading Writing Tip Wednesday: Confused Words (Pt. 1)
Dear Master's Programs student, Last week I gave you a few basic tips for writing a literature review. This week we'll look at a key feature of the lit review: synthesis. Synthesis is more than taking five or six "book reports" and mashing them together. Your job is to analyze the literature as a whole, … Continue reading Writing Tip Wednesday: Lit Reviews (Part 2)