Dany Doueiri, Ph.D.

Golden Apple Award, 2015-16
CSU San Bernardino
World Languages and Literature

"Teaching is a trust and a mission. We, educators, should always strive for excellence, regardless of years of experience or awards we receive."

    Associate Professor Dany Doueiri believes education is the key to understanding differences between people, different cultures and societies. He has used that belief in Cal State San Bernardino’s Arabic program as he helped it grow from its initial offering of three beginning-level courses taught in six sections during the 2001-2002 academic year to a burgeoning program currently offering 55 different courses in 75 sections, serving more than 1,000 students from across the nation per year. The program is the only B.A. in Arabic in the CSU system, one of only two in California, and one of the largest in the nation.

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      Jennifer Strangfeld, Ph.D.

      Jennifer Strangfeld, Ph.D.

      CSU Stanislaus

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      Jongeun Kim, Ph.D.
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      Anil Shrestha, Ph.D.
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      Ming Wang, Ph.D.

      CSU Los Angeles

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      Jenny O, Ph.D.
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      Jennifer Imazeki

      Jennifer Imazeki Ph.D.

      San Diego State

      Jennifer Imazeki joined San Diego State in 2000 after receiving her Ph.D. in economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition to conducting research in the economics of K-12 education, including work on school finance and teacher labor markets, she is involved with several projects related to teaching economics at both the K-12 and university levels.

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      Merryl Goldberg, Ed.D.

      Merryl Goldberg, Ed.D.

      CSU San Marcos

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