Sep 24, 2020
The College of Education and Allied Studies (CEAS) is committed to “Preparing Leaders Committed to Social Justice and Democracy,” a commitment reflected in our mission, values and goals. Our mission is “To prepare collaborative leaders, committed to professional excellence, social justice and democracy, who will influence a diverse and interconnected world.” To develop such leaders, we seek and value the significant involvement of our partners from schools, business and community.
Carolyn Nelson, Dean
Patricia Irvine, Associate Dean
Credential Student Services Center
Location (Main Campus): AE 235
Phone: (510) 885-2272
Office Hours: Noon to 5 p.m., Monday - Thursday
Closed Fri, Weekends, Observed Holidays
The CSSC provides a range of services to those pursuing credentials, including:
- Advising regarding credential requirements in all programs;
- Screening for credential program requirements;
- Housing of student records;
- Monitoring of progress towards credentials;
- Verifying credential program completion;
- Making the official credential recommendation to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).
Center for Sport and Social Justice
It’s time to change the way our society thinks about sport and physical activity. At the Center for Sport and Social Justice, we are passionate about making sport at every level more inclusive, more democratic…and joyful!
We keep the conversation open through ongoing research, workshops, lectures, and community outreach. We provide a network for CSU East Bay students and faculty, community members, and academic experts to share ideas and experiences. Most importantly, we find innovative ways to use sport as a vehicle to create positive and lasting social change.
If you’re ready to get involved, we’d love to have you on our team.
Rita Liberti, Director