This is a show about new trends and innovations in the field of education featuring Cal Poly Pomona (CPP) faculty.
CEIS Podcast 40 - Disability Studies
Liberal Studies lecturer Rodney Hume-Dawson discusses the field of disability studies and his efforts as a disability rights advocate
CEIS Podcast 39 - Credential Program
Dean Jeff Passe speaks with Jeanne Reynaga about what every student should know before becoming a credentialed teacher.
CEIS Podcast 38 - Ethnic and Women's Studies
Cal Poly Pomona students Martin Rios and Amalia Gonzalez-Santana discuss an Ethnic and Women’s Studies course taught by lecturer Dennis Lopez on Chicano/Latino contemporary issues.
CEIS Podcast 37 - Early Childhood Studies
Assistant Professor Eden Haywood-Bird discusses new trends in the field of early childhood education while Cal Poly Pomona students Edmundo Perez and Brianna Izabal share how they developed a passion for working with young children.
CEIS Podcast 36 - Combined Credential and Master’s Program
Professor and Graduate Coordinator Richard Navarro discusses a new combined teaching credential and master’s degree program offered by the College of Education and Integrative Studies. He also talks about potential legislation that could impact early childhood education and ethnic studies courses taught in high schools across California.
CEIS Podcast 35 - DACA
Assistant Professor Alvaro Huerta discusses current immigration policy issues and how he contributes to creating a welcoming environment for undocumented students at Cal Poly Pomona.