The Child & Family Development (CFD) Department
Congratulations 2013 Homecoming Queen Sonia Holzman!
Sonia Holzman is a fourth year Child and Family Development Major with a minor in Psychology. In addition to being a full time student, Sonia is the Vice-President of the ASL Club at SDSU, advocating for awareness of ASL and Deaf culture on campus through teaching basic ASL classes, and social events. Off campus, Sonia is the director of project development for IDEAL (International Deaf Education Advocacy and Leadership), an organization that is currently focused on empowering and educating Deaf youth in developing countries. She is also a supervisor at A.R.C.C. Center, where she provides respite care to children with Autism and other developmental disabilities. Sonia plans to pursue a career within the field of special education, with an emphasis on educating Deaf youth. Her project for the Court will focus on promoting awareness of American Sign Language on campus, working together with the King ensuring both contributions for campus involvement.
Congratulations Homecoming Queen Julie-Anne Brou and Homecoming Court Malia Green!
Julie Anne Brou was nominated to the 2011 Homecoming Court by the Child and Family Development Student Organization (CFDSO), of which she has been the president for two years. With the help of last years Vice President, Marlene Fuentes, they worked together to bring the CFDSO to where it is today. Some of the events the CFDSO created or participated in include Hope In The Park, Toys for Tots, NAK Land Fair, Jenny's Walk, and Halloween and Valentine's Day parties for the children of Becky's House. The service project Julie Anne will be putting together for next spring is a Dating and Family Violence Awareness and Prevention Fair on campus.
Malia Green was nominated to the 2011 Homecoming Court by the Student Veterans Organization. Malia is on the War Memorial Committee, where she represents the San Diego State student veteran population. Most recently, she organized and carried out the 2nd Annual Silent Vigil, which honored 225 fallen Aztecs since World War II. In the CFDSO, Malia is the College of Education Student Council Representative, where she is the liaison between the CFDSO and all other student organizations in the College of Education.
See an article by the SDSU NewsCenter about the Child and Family Development Department's Parenting Classes here: The ABCs: From Zero to Five
Dean's Update September 2011 highlighting CFD department students and department chair. See link below.
Teaching Tots Focus of New Program (PDF download)
Teaching in Tune (PDF download)
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