The Orion

Theophile Dusenge of Rwanda, Esra Poyraz of Turkey, Tin Nguyen of Vietnam, Tracy-Lee Edwards of Saouth Africa, Marina Yurovskaya of Russia, Bassanio Gumpo of Zimbabwe, Ousmane Ba of Burkina Faso, Jimena Sanchez of Equador, Sachin Paul of Bangladesh; Bridget Awaadem of Ghana, Ivannia Arias Zuniga of Costa Rica, Day Iamprae of Thailand, Clement Nyirenda of Malawi, Nurul Faznur of Malaysia, and Praew Polkaew of Thailand visiting CSU Chico as part of the Fulbright program for cultural and educational exchange.

Chico State welcomes teachers from across the world

Ava Norgrove, Reporter // September 30, 2021

Chico State welcomed 16 teachers from across the globe for a six-week exchange of cultures and ideas. The teachers arrived in Chico from 15 different countries as a part of the Fulbright Teaching Excellence...

Education in a modern world of technology

Education in a modern world of technology

Sam Rios // January 23, 2018

As technology improves, systems and institutions that are deeply rooted in our society are challenged by the rapidity of the modern world.Some institutions, such as the medical field, have advanced greatly....

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Enrollment in teaching programs climbs despite larger downward trend

Michael Mcclurg // April 22, 2015

Teachers in California are in high demand, and while most other college programs for future instructors are seeing a decline in numbers, Chico State is seeing an uptick. The university is seeing...

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Teaching shouldn’t be a backup career plan

Allison Galbreath // February 2, 2015

Let’s face it. Some people really should not be teachers.Unfortunately, it’s all too common to have teachers that really don't want to be in class — teachers that would rather be doing...

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