Michael E. Dantley, EdD, of Miami University in Ohio, has been named the new dean of the School of Education (SOE). Dr. Dantley succeeds Terry E. Williams, PhD, acting dean, who will return to the faculty in the School of Education later this summer.
This annual award seeks to recognize, encourage, and reward outstanding teaching within the School of Education of Loyola University Chicago. The Faculty Awards committee is pleased to award the 2013 School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching to Dr. David Shriberg, faculty member in the School Psychology Program. Click for the full citation
This annual award seeks to recognize, encourage, and reward outstanding scholarship within the School of Education of Loyola University Chicago. The Faculty Awards committee is pleased to award the 2013 School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research to Dr. John Dugan, faculty member in the Higher Education Program. Click for the full citation
The Ed.D Doctoral Principal Preparation Program is admitting its second cohort for Fall 2013. CPS Assistant Principals and Teacher Leaders interested in becoming a CPS Principal may apply until July 1, 2013.
This exciting program leads to CPS Principal eligibility within the first year. This unique program features 3 years of leadership coaching, CPS Principal eligibility, Superintendent licensure and all requirements for completing the doctorate. Learn more at our Open House on May 13, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. Click for program details
The Cultural and Educational Policy Studies and Higher Education programs at Loyola University Chicago are launching the second International Higher Education MEd cohort to begin Fall 2013.
In March 2013, Chicagoland Partners for English Language Learners (CPELL) unveiled their new web site. The CPELL team--Dr. Marla Israel, Dr. Elizabeth Vera, Dr. Amy Heineke, and Nancy Goldberger--invite you to visit the new site and learn more about the program. A highlight of the site are short videos featuring partner school districts. Dr. Frances McTague, superintendent of Skokie school District 68, for example, shares her thoughts on being a new partner in the program and viability of CPELL in suburban schools. These videos provide a glimpse of the impact CPELL is making in their classrooms, districts, and communities from the perspective of our valued partners. Click for access to video link.
The second cohort at the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens in Vernon Hills will begin Fall 2013 in an M.ED. in English Language Teaching and Learning program or English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement on current Illinois teaching certificates.
The MEd in Organizational Evaluation is being offered as a cohort at the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens campus in Vernon Hills Fall 2013. This program prepares students for roles as evaluators and change agents in a range of organizations such as schools and school districts, non-profit agencies, and businesses.
The Ed.D. in School Psychology is designed for practicing school psychologists who view themselves as leaders for social justice and wish to advance their careers through the pursuit of a targeted doctoral degree. The Ed.D. Program will accept applicants who already hold a valid Type 73 School Psychologist Certification in Illinois or have been nationally certified by National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
The Ed.S. degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling prepares professionals who are knowledgeable about cultural influences on human development and who can meet client concerns from diverse cultural perspectives. A central goal of the program is to prepare culturally sensitive practitioners who, regardless of the setting, base their practices on scholarly inquiry.Applications for fall 2013 are still being accepted and will be considered based on space availability.
In collaboration with past and current masters and doctoral students in the Cultural Educational and Policy Studies (CEPS) program together with Andrew Shiotani, (ABD, Teachers College University and Managing Editor and the Center for Comparative Education successfully undertaken and executed the leadership of a full Special Issue on “Education in Small States: Fragility, Vulnerabilities and Strengths” for Current Issues in Comparative and International Education (CICE) Journal. Click for more information.
Adam Kennedy and Kimberly Thier, faculty in The School of Education, were awarded a $1.25 million grant to improve the training of early childhood educators to provide services for young children with special needs and their families.
As a school psychologist, Dr. Coffee’s research program is driven by effective collaboration with schools, families, and communities to promote wellness in children and adolescents. Within this broad program of research, Dr. Coffee’s work follows two focused strands: the study of assessment and intervention practices within multi-tiered systems of supports in schools and the prevention of sex-risk behaviors among adolescents. Click for more information.