College of Education Alumni Chapter Board
The Michael D. Eisner College of Education is proud of our CSUN alumni – credential, undergraduate, masters, and doctoral program graduates – all of whom make a tremendous impact by serving the diverse educational needs in Southern California.
Each year, more than 1,000 students graduate from the Michael D. Eisner College of Education, with 80% of our graduates going on to work in the local community. The Eisner College of Education credentials more students than all UC campuses combined and is one of two universities in the nation that offers a comprehensive undergraduate deaf studies major.
The new College of Education Alumni Chapter Board met on April 22nd for their kick-off meeting, where graduates from each department came together to discuss chapter vision and goals.
We encourage you to join the Education Alumni Chapter and become part of a growing group of Matadors who are eligible for wonderful benefits while helping support the next generation of CSUN alumni. Don’t forget to select “Education” while registering in order to be automatically included in our chapter.
Congratulations, Matadors! We look forward to staying connected through our Alumni Chapter and continuing to grow footprint in Los Angeles and beyond.
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Dr. Soraya Fallah Ed.D '17
Dr. Fallah studied Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, earning her doctorate degree from CSUN. She also holds a Master’s degree in International Relations & Law. She is familiar with the treatment of individuals with disabilities in education and issues around educating Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) students, both professionally and personally. Dr. Soraya conducted one of the first studies on immigrant families of children with disabilities from the Middle East and North Africa region.
Dr. Fallah is a published author of books, peer-review journals, and other professional works, and she has served as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on behalf of literature reviews, and a regular commentator on radio broadcasts Soraya is the recipient of multiple awards for her international and national projects and writings. Also, she is the current Advocacy Chair & co-president of UNASUA-SFV Chapter. She is vice president of Kurdish Community of Southern California (KCSC). Fallah is one of the founding members and ambassador of UNWomen-USNC, LA.
Dr. Fallah worked with CSUN’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) as a research assistant and is currently an associate at 2Teach, LLC, an educational consulting company dedicated to providing practical, innovative and research-based strategies to improve instruction in today's inclusive classrooms and organizations.
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