Professional Development

California Youth & Educators the Focus of Three Upcoming Conferences at CSU, Chico

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Conference Services at CSU, ChicoOver the next two weeks, CSU, Chico will welcome more than 600 youth and educators to three different conferences supporting quality educational programs and professional development for teachers. The first event, the Teachers’ Professional Development for Inland California (Teachers’ PD INC) Summer Conference, will take place July 24–25.

Continuing Education in Chico Offers Opportunities for Working People, Retirees

Sunday, January 23, 2011

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By LAURA URSENY - Staff Writer
Reprinted in full from the Chico Enterprise Record.

CHICO — While higher education has appealed to the not-so-young for decades, more working adults are attracted to Chico State University for professional development.

Working adults find an array of class series, workshops and conferences that are fast-tracked and are flexible to meld with career schedules.

Over 2009 and 2010, more than 11,730 enrollments occurred in courses offered by the University’s Center for Regional and Continuing Education. These students took the classes either for credit or simply for the knowledge.

4th Annual After School Professional Development Institute a Whoopin’-Hollerin’ Success

2010 After SchoolMore than 170 Northern California after school program teachers, staff members, program coordinators, and administrators assembled on the CSU, Chico campus from July 26-28 for the 2010 After School Professional Development Institute.

National Humanities Center Offers Free Seminars for California Teachers


June 15, 2010


Joe Wills
CSU, Chico Public Affairs

Melissa McGowan
CSU, Chico Regional & Continuing Education

Program for California Teachers Offers High Quality, Low Cost Professional Development Credit

National Humanities CenterResearch Triangle Park, NC and Chico, CA  A new partnership between the National Humanities Center (NHC) and the Center for Regional & Continuing Education at California State University, Chico (CSU, Chico) provides California K-12 teachers the opportunity to earn university credits for completing online professional development seminars from the NHC. The National Humanities Center is the only major independent American institute for advanced study in all fields of the humanities. It is distinctive in its commitment to linking scholarship to improved teaching and providing teachers with new materials and instructional strategies to make them more effective in the classroom and rekindle their enthusiasm for the subjects they teach.

After School Professional Development Institute Conference; Open Music and Arts Events, July 28 - August 1

CSU, Chico will be hosting 150 After School Professionals at their 2nd Annual Summer Institute July 28-August 1. Members of the campus community are invited to participate in two events that will be held in conjunction with the conference. Both performances are appropriate for children.