Faculty members in Cal State San Marcos’ human development program are in agreement when it comes to their students: The students all want to make a difference in people’s lives.
“These kids want to change the world, and they can have a major that actively works at that,” said Alice Quiocho, director of CSUSM’s human development department in the College of Education, Health and Human Services.
CSUSM’s human development program provides students with a strong foundation for career development in working with people with diverse needs and backgrounds. (READ MORE...)
Jamaela Johnson, B.A. Human Development
HD Department Outstanding Graduate Award Recipient-2016
Jamaela Johnson would be the first to tell you that when she arrived at Cal State San Marcos from Vista Murrieta High School in Murrieta, she was a little bit of an introvert. No more. The standout scholar has transformed herself into an engaged community advocate involved in myriad causes on campus and in the larger community.
And our university is a lot better place because it. (READ MORE...)
Carolyn Proskow, B.A. Human Development
Dean of Students Leadership Award Recipient-2016
Carolyn Proskow’s viewpoint is clear: “Being a campus leader means standing by and
for students in their greatest moments of vulnerability,” she said. “Even if I cannot
relate to their specific experience, I recognize that healing and recovery begins
with the knowledge that others are willing to help.”
Dr. Rafael Hernandez
Assistant Professor, Human Development
When Rafael Hernandez looks across the Cal State San Marcos campus, he sees a university steeped in diversity, a university not afraid to take chances, and a university that is actively trying to expand its efforts to serve the underserved. These are among the reasons why the assistant professor of human development loves teaching here. (READ MORE...)