Loyola University Chicago

School of Education

Student Development Committee

The Student Development Committee is a standing committee of the Academic Council of the School of Education. Committee members are chosen by their Program Area faculty and serve through their program completion. The Committee has the following charge:

  • Develop policy and processes for the Student Activity Fee Fund
  • Review and approve funding requests
  • Assist in planning and delivering the School of Education Research Symposium
  • Assist with the new student orientation
  • Serve as liaisons for student concerns and issues
  • Elect student representation on the Academic Council
Committee Members
Advisor Nancy Goldberger
Counseling Brittany Duncan
Cultural & Educational Policy Studies Jasmine Barnes
Administration & Supervision  
Higher Education Jon Okstad
Research Methodology Anna Kye
School Psychology
Wendy Walker
Teaching and Learning
   (2 Undergraduates)
 
Teaching and Learning
    (Graduate)
Wenjin Guo 

Meeting Dates

Funding requests are approved at each meeting.  Meetings are currently being scheduled. Please check back in October for specific meeting dates.

Request for Funding

Current students in the School of Education, including students in the Graduate School, may apply for funds to attend and/or present at a conference.  Funds are distributed on a first come, first serve basis.  Use the links below to request funds.

Weekend of Excellence School of Education Awards

During the Loyola University Chicago's Weekend of Excellence, the School of Education (SOE) hosts the Annual School of Education Awards Reception. As part of the reception, the Student Development Committee will give out three awards to SOE students: Research Award, Service Leadership Award, and a Transformative Education Award.

Awardees will be publicly announced and introduced at the School of Education Awards Reception on Thursday, April 16, 2020 in Regent's Hall at 5:30pm.

Award applications:

Students should direct all questions to Education@luc.edu or stop by to visit with Hannah Luchtenburg, School of Education, Lewis Towers 1010, Water Tower Campus.