The College of Educational Studies will be holding The Emerging Scholars Conference II, Making It Better: Naming and Resisting Bullying in Families, Schools, and Communities, will be held at Chapman University on September 28 and 29, 2012. Keynote speakers will include Darby Dickerson, Dean of Texas Tech University School of Law, Dr. Mara Sapon-Shevin, Professor of Inclusive Education at Syracuse University, and Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez. The movie @urFRENZ, written and directed by Chapman professor Jeff Phillips, will be screened at Marion Knott Studios on Friday, September 28th. This is free and is open to the public, tickets will be on a first come, first serve basis and will be available soon. Lt. Dan Choi will be speaking on Saturday, September 29th about his experiences in serving in the United States Milatary before the overturn of Don't Ask, Don't Tell. This event is free and open to the public.
Please visit the ESC II webpage for more information on times and places for each community event and for conference registration.
Through Chapman University's Office of Extended Education, attendees of this 2-day Emerging Scholars Conference II may receive a 1-unit Professional Development Credit. This is professional development credit only and not part of a degree program. Participants must be registered to the conference in order to be eligible to receive credit. Eligible partcipants include general registrants, student, alumni & presenters, faculty and staff. Credit will be based upon successful completion of required assignment.Please note online registration for the conference closes September 25th, 2012. Registration to receive professional development credit closes September 28, 2012.
Register Now for the 2-day conference.
Register here to earn the professional development credit. Please note you must be registered for the conference in order to be eligible to receive this credit.