Loyola University Chicago

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  • Accomplishments

    Higher Education Accomplishments

    From the classroom to the field our Higher Education students are outstanding! See their accomplishment.
  • Loyola PhD Scholar Awarded Internship with MacArthur Foundation

    Emely Medina-Rodriguez, a PhD student in the Higher Education program, has been honored with a Graduate Education Diversity Internship from the American Evaluation Association.
  • Faculty

    Dra. Chang’s Research Yields Acclaimed Publication and Award

    Congratulations to Dra. Aurora Chang on the publication of "The Struggles of Identity, Education, and Agency in the Lives of Undocumented Students: The Burden of Hyperdocumentation" that has been receiving acclaim.
  • Alumni

    Our Graduates Make a Difference - 2017 Alumni Awards

    Social Justice in Action. We celebrate and recognize alumni who have made significant contributions to society and whose accomplishments, affiliations, and careers have honored the legacy of excellence in the school.
  • Scholarships

    Congratulations to the 2017 LUC-Noyce Scholars Award Recipients!

    Redefining STEM Teacher Prep through NSF Scholars Program. This could be you! More...
  • Alumnus Awarded the Minority Postdoctoral Fellowship at Columbia

    Michael Hines, PhD, a 2017 graduate of our Cultural & Educational Policy Studies program, has received the prestigious Minority Postdoctoral Fellowship at Teachers College, Columbia University. It's a great success for Dr. Hines and a testament to the strength of our doctoral education.
  • Study Abroad

    Opportunity for Undergraduates to Study in Panamá City during Spring Break

    Undergraduates in the Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Elementary Education, and Special Education majors have the opportunity to take Sequence 4 of their program in Panamá City over Spring Break 2018. The application deadline is October 15, 2017.
  • Alumni

    Alumna Recipient of Carnegie Academic Leadership Award

    DeRionne P. Pollard, PhD (2005) of our Higher Education program has received one of only seven of Carnegie’s 2017 Academic Leadership Awards and is an example of what our graduates can accomplish.
  • Research

    Mapping Free Speech Tensions on College Campuses

    Dr. Demetri Morgan and School of Education Ph.D. student Norma López collaborate to create an interactive map that follows recent clashes between speakers and student protesters.
  • Grant Award

    $1.2 million for STEM Teacher Prep Scholarship

    The National Science Foundation has awarded Loyola University Chicago $1.2 million for the project, LUC-Noyce Scholars: Redefining STEM Teacher Preparation by Teaching, Learning, and Leading with Schools and Communities.
  • Faculty

    Bridget Kelly Appointed Executive Editor of NASPA Publication

    NASPA is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Bridget Turner Kelly as Executive Editor of the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice (JSARP). Her three-year term will begin in July 2017.
  • SOE Partners with Onward Neighborhood House

    School of Education students learn as they help make a difference in a Community Resource and Education Center through a partnership with Onward Neighborhood House.
  • Weekend of Excellence

    Bridget Kelly Honored as Faculty of the Year

    Loyola's Division of Student Development has awarded Bridget Kelly, PhD, Associate Professor in Higher Education, with their prestigious Faculty of the Year Award.
  • Awards

    Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs Awards

    Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs recognized two of our own when honored outstanding individuals who have committed themselves to embracing diversity and social justice at Loyola.
  • Faculty Award

    Faculty Awarded the 2017 AERA CICCS SIG Early Career Award

    Dr. Seungho Moon was awarded AERA's Early Career Award for the Special Interest Group (SIG): Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies (CICCS) for trans-disciplinary research advancing contemporary curriculum discourses.
  • Faculty Award

    Faculty Awarded Outstanding Early Career Scholar Award for Learning & Instruction

    Dr. Sabina Neugebauer was awarded AERA's Outstanding Early Career Scholar Award for Division C: Learning and Instruction. This award recognizes scholarly contributions to the field of learning and instruction across the lifespan and among diverse populations.
  • Weekend Of Excellence

    Lincoln Hill Awarded the Service Leadership Award

    Janna Grabarek presented Lincoln Hill with the Service Leadership Award, which was created to acknowledge students' significant leadership in service to their school, university, community and/or field.
  • Weekend Of Excellence

    Nicole Reed Awarded the Transformative Education Award

    Brad MacDonald presented Nicole Reed with one of two Transformative Education Awards. This award is given to individuals who are committed to their field and have demonstrated their ability to transform the lives of those around them. See Citation.
  • Weekend Of Excellence

    Sydney Curtis Awarded the Transformative Education Award

    Brad MacDonald presented Sydney Curtis with one of two Transformative Education Awards. This award is given to individuals who are committed to their field and have demonstrated their ability to transform the lives of those around them. See Citation.
  • Weekend Of Excellence

    Ester Sihite Awarded the Distinguished Research Award

    Mark Torrez presented Ester Sihite with the Distinguished Research Award. The award was established to recognize exemplary research conducted by doctoral students within the School of Education. See Citation
  • Faculty Publication

    Dr. Tavis Jules' New Publication

    Congratulations to Dr. Tavis Jules on his new edited volume, The Global Educational Policy Environment in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Gated, Regulated and Governed.
  • Program Profile

    School Psychology Program Highlighted in the Graduate School Newsletter

    “School psychologists are uniquely qualified members of school teams that support students’ ability to learn and teachers’ ability to teach. They apply expertise in mental health, learning, and behavior, to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally” (NASP, 2016).
  • Loyola Well Represented at 2017 NASP Convention

    Awards presented to a Loyola student and faculty member at the 2017 National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) convention.
  • Alumni

    AACTE Award to Anna Lees, Ed.D.

    Dr. Anna Lees will receive the 2017 AACTE Outstanding Journal of Teacher Education Article Award for her article “The Roles of Urban Indigenous Community Members in Collaborative Field-Based Teacher Preparation.”
  • Award

    Former Superintendent and SOE Alumni Dr. Harry Rossi to Receive Distinguished Service Award

    Dr. Harry P. Rossi has been selected to receive the 2017 AASA Distinguished Service Award from The School Superintendents Association.
  • Publications

    Dr. John Dugan's New Book

    Congratulations to Dr. Dugan for his new book: Leadership Theory: Cultivating Critical Perspectives.
  • Community Engagement

    SOE Students & Faculty Engage CPS Students in Learning about Civics

    As a member of Chicago's Service-Learning & Civic Engagement Consortium, Loyola University Chicago School of Education sponsored a day-long election simulation on campus for CPS students.
  • Research Presentation

    Research Presented at ASHE Conference

    A research team of current students and alumni lead by Dr. Bridget Kelly presented at the 2016 Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) annual international conference.
  • Awards

    SOE 2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards

    Social Justice in Action. We celebrate and recognize alumni who have made significant contributions to society and whose accomplishments, affiliations, and careers have honored the legacy of excellence in the school.
  • Awards

    SOE Faculty Acknowledged for Exemplary Scholarship

    Dr. OiYan Poon, Assistant Professor of Higher Education received the Garcia Junior Exemplary Scholarship Award.
  • The Mustard Seed Project

    SAVE THE DATE - OCTOBER 9-10, 2017
  • Program

    Teach – Serve – Transform

    Change your life, the lives of others and the world! Consider joining the LU CHOICE Program (Loyola University Chicago Opportunities in Catholic Education).
  • Awards

    Dr. Chang recognized for Outstanding Contribution to Higher Education

    NASPA Region IV-East has recognized Dr. Aurora Chang with their 2016 Outstanding Contribution to Higher Education Award
  • Student News

    PhD Student Awarded APA Blue Ribbon for Research Proposal

    The American Psychological Association awarded a blue ribbon to Carly Tindall, School Psychology PhD student, based on her having one of the highest rated poster proposals submitted to APA Divison 16 with a graduate student listed as the first author.
  • Event

    School of Education Convocation Welcomed New Graduate Students

    Incoming graduate students gathered together for the first time to hear from faculty and fellow students about the mission and ongoing research of the School of Education.
  • Student Spotlight

    Graduate Student Shares Reflections on Studying in Rome

    Alyssa Humbles, a MEd Higher Education, student met one of her course requirements with a class offered in Rome, Italy. She shares some of her reflections.
  • Student News

    Student Development Funding Supports Student's Conference Presentation

    EdD Curriculum & Instruction student Jenna Carlson presented at the Association for Science Teacher Educators (ASTE) conference this past January. Her presentation focused on science museums as intentional partners in teacher preparation.
  • Faculty News

    Faculty Elected to TSP Executive Board

    Pam Fenning, Ph.D., professor of School Psychology, was recently elected for a three year term to the Executive Board of the Trainers of School Psychologists (TSP), beginning August 2016.
  • Loyola and Chicago Leadership Collaborative

    End of the year celebration for Chicago Public Schools’ (CPS) Chicago Leadership Collaborative (CLC).
  • Finding deeper meaning in education

    As a recent graduate of Loyola’s master’s of education program, Corey Winchester credits most of his growth as a high school teacher to the University’s diverse curriculum.
  • Presenting School of Education Graduates

    Our 2016 EdD, PhD, EdS, MEd, MA, and BSEd graduating students
  • Weekend of Excellence Undergraduate Symposium

    A key event during the university-wide "Weekend of Excellence: Celebrating Transformative Education" is the Undergraduate Research and Engagement Symposium. Kyle Jenkins and Johanna Doreson, both dual degree students, BSED Secondary Education and BA College of Arts and Sciences were awardees. Congratulations to both! Below is a brief synopsis of their research.
  • Online program helps teachers get IB certification

    This summer the School of Education is rolling out its first IB accreditation course for practicing teachers. The new program is entirely online and consists of four courses taken over a seven-month period.
  • Event

    2016 Wozniak Lecture Series Events

    The School of Education, the Department of Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs and Loyola’s Alumni Relations sponsored a day-long event, “A Focus on Undocumented Youth in Education” on Wednesday, March 16, 2016.
  • Awards

    Mentoring Award to OiYan Poon

    Congratulation to OiYan Poon, PhD, Assistant Professor, Higher Education, on being awarded the 2016 American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Asian Pacific American Network’s Dr. Daniello Balón Mentoring Award.
  • Catholic education is her life’s mission

    Lorraine Ozar, PhD, attended Catholic colleges for all of her degrees, and she’s spent her career working with Catholic school educators around the world. Read why she believes faith-based schools are so important.
  • Study in Rome this summer

    Sign up now to take graduate courses in Italy
  • Alumni Recognition

    2015 Outstanding Alumni Recipients

    The School of Education recognizes alumni who have made significant contributions to society and whose accomplishments, affiliations, and careers have honored the legacy of excellence in the school.
  • Focus on Loyola’s Early Childhood Special Education Program

    Loyola’s Early Childhood Special Education program was highlighted in the October 21, 2015 edition of Chicago Catalyst for helping to meet Illinois’ need for early childhood teachers with specialized training.
  • Meet the new faculty members

    The School of Education has added four new faculty members this year, each of them committed to advancing professional education in the service of social justice.
  • Terri Pigott, PhD named School of Education Dean

    Dr. Terri Pigott, has been appointed by Interim President, John Pelissero, PhD, as the Dean of the School of Education. Dr. Pigott joined Loyola’s School of Education faculty in Research Methodology in the Fall of 1998, becoming an Associate Professor in 2004, and Professor in 2011. She took on the role of Associate Dean of Faculty on January 1, 2013 and Interim Dean on November 1, 2014.
  • New program builds leadership skills

    Loyola undergraduates can now enroll in a new Leadership Studies minor to help them become ethical leaders in a variety of careers. The minor, spearheaded by John P. Dugan, PhD, an associate professor in the School of Education, takes a wide approach to the study of leadership and is open to all students, regardless of their major.
  • Alum returns to teach at Loyola

    Celia Arresola, EdD, is a clinical assistant professor in the School of Education’s Administration and Supervision program. Arresola, who received her Doctor of Education degree from Loyola in 2011, brings several years of teaching and administrative experience back to the University.
  • He works to promote social justice

    Seungho Moon, EdD, is an assistant professor in the School of Education’s Teaching and Learning program. He’s done extensive research on how to promote social justice through curriculum studies, and he’s a firm believer that cross-cultural conversation helps students see the world from a different perspective.
  • Teaching & Learning

    'Being a social justice educator is a special calling'

    Slaney Palmer's desire to not only teach, but advocate for, his students drew him back to Loyola to pursue his MEd in Secondary Education.
  • Teaching & Learning

    Responding to "vast needs" in low-income, urban schools

    Graphic designer Jessica Kibblewhite never planned to be a teacher, but her passion for social justice helped inspire a career change.
  • Last Opportunity for Superintendent Endorsement under Old ISBE Rules

    ISBE will soon be requiring more courses and a longer internship to obtain a Superintendent Endorsement. Don’t get caught short and miss out on the limited-time opportunity to obtain the endorsement under the old rules. All applications for the January 2016 cohort must be completed by November 1, 2015. All applications for the final August 2016 cohort must be completed by July 1, 2016.
  • Story

    Connecting educators around the globe

    Noah Sobe, PhD, was teaching English to middle-schoolers in Poland when he first became interested in comparative education as a field of study. Now roughly 20 years later, he’s just marked a decade of teaching at Loyola, where he is an associate professor and director of the Center for Comparative Education.
  • Ann Marie Ryan, Associate Dean of Academic Programs

    Beginning July 1, Dr. Ryan will assume the role of Associate Dean of Academic Programs in the School of Education.
  • Teaching & Learning

    Loyola grad wins Golden Apple award

    Monica Prinz (MEd ’06) recognized as one of the best teachers in the Chicago area.
  • The Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs

    The Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs is Loyola University Chicago's first "homegrown" journal and is based in the School of Education.
  • Interdisciplinary Class

    Immigration and Education

    SOE faculty and students are joining together to learn and teach about the many ways that education and immigration overlap.
  • CPS Cohort for M.Ed. Principal Preparation Program

    The M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision for Principal Preparation program for CPS teachers and administrators will begin a cohort Fall 2015. Educators who hold an Illinois teacher’s license and work in the Chicago Public Schools interested in earning their master’s degree and their Illinois Principal Endorsement are urged to apply for this program by June 30th. This program will take place at Loyola’s Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago. Please see the full story for access to a recorded Information Session.
  • Andrew M. Greeley Endowed Chair for Catholic Education created

    The university recently announced the creation of the Andrew M. Greeley Endowed Chair for Catholic Education in the School of Education. Dr. Lorraine Ozar, founder of the Center, has been named the inaugural chair. Michael J. Boyle, PhD, will succeed Dr. Ozar as director of the Greeley Center, where he previously served as assistant director.
  • Teaching & Learning

    Meet student teacher Michael Godinez

    "I’ve been surprised how much teaching goes beyond just the things you think of—grading, writing tests—there’s so much more."
  • All About Attitude

    Kerry Obrist (BS ’91, MEd ’96), who is legally blind, works on behalf of others with disabilities. Obrist was working as a school psychologist in Chicago’s south suburbs when she realized she was losing her vision faster than expected. Recognizing that some activities were going to become more difficult for her, Obrist decided to challenge herself. ...
  • Master's Degree

    Loyola offers MEd in Teacher Leader and ESL

    Beginning spring 2015 the School of Education will offer an MEd in Teacher Leader and English as a Second Language (ESL) with dual ISBE endorsements in Teacher Leader and ESL. A cohort begins in Spring 2015 at Loyola's Vernon Hills location.
  • Cultural & Educ Policy Studies

    Dr. Curtis Mason (PhD ’11) reflects on Cultural & Educational Policy Studies program

    "I had been teaching high school English, but I was most interested in studying issues of social inequalities with a focus on educational history. CEPS fit that bill. Plus, we loved the idea of studying and living in Chicago."
  • MEd for Principal Preparation offered in Lake County

    The MEd in Administration and Supervision Principal Preparation Program is admitting its first cohort of candidates for Fall 2015. Educators who hold an Illinois teachers’ license and work in Lake County are urged to apply for this program by June 30th. Courses are to be held at Loyola’s Cuneo Mansion & Gardens in Vernon Hills.
  • Pigott named Interim Dean of the School of Education

    Dr. Terri Pigott was recently appointed by the Provost as the Interim Dean. No stranger to the school, Pigott holds an appointment as a full Professor in the Research Methodology program and currently served as the School’s Associate Dean for Faculty.
  • School Psychology

    A role model and inspiration to students

    Susana Villagomez knows the meaning of hard work. In addition to her job as a high school psychologist, Villagomez is also in Loyola’s new doctoral program in school psychology.
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  • Campus tours show students college is a real possibility

    Thanks to Loyola’s School of Education and the Undergraduate Admission Office, roughly 200 eighth-graders have gotten a glimpse of university life. More importantly, they’ve now seen first-hand what a college education can do for them.
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  • Teacher Prep

    Pioneering Linguistically and Culturally Responsive Teacher Preparation in Illinois

    Loyola’s Teaching, Learning, Leading with Schools and Communities Initial Teacher Preparation program (TLLSC) is highlighted as being the first in Illinois to equip ALL their candidates with an English-as-a-Second Language Endorsement upon graduation — preparing them to meet the linguistic and cultural diversity of the children in their classrooms.
  • Serve

    How did we spend our summer vacations? By serving others

    We asked our faculty and students to tell us about their summer, but to keep this quote from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in mind: “What are you doing for others? ” The responses we received were truly inspiring.
  • Alumni Recognition

    Alumni recognized for achievements, service, and support

    The School of Education recognizes alumni who have made significant contributions to society and whose accomplishments, affiliations, and careers have honored the legacy of excellence in the school.
  • Q&A with Blanca Torres-Olave

    'I grew up in Mexico and completed my undergraduate studies there, but I always wanted to study internationally. When I was young, I wrote to a dozen countries to learn about life outside of my own.'
  • Teaching & Learning

    Planning, hard work, passion

    As a bilingual teacher at an elementary school in suburban Chicago, Bottia works to inspire his own students, all of whom are learning to speak, read, and write in English for the first time.
  • Center for Catholic School Effectiveness celebrates 10 years

    What do several countries, scores of dioceses, hundreds of Catholic schools, and thousands of Catholic school teachers have in common? They’ve all worked with the faculty and staff of the Center for Catholic School Effectiveness (CCSE) over the last 10 years. Click the title for more details.
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  • Promoting wellness in children and adolescents through research

    As a school psychologist, Dr. Gina Coffee’s research is driven by effective collaboration with schools, families, and communities to promote wellness in children and adolescents, focusing on the study of assessment and intervention practices within multi-tiered systems of supports in schools and the prevention of sex-risk behaviors among adolescents.
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  • Early Childhood Special Education awarded $1.25 million federal grant

    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.
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  • Q&A with Dr. Markeda Newell

    'The development of multicultural competence is a very significant issue in school psychology.'
  • Q&A with Dr. Ken Fujimoto

    'To me, quantitative data (in education, social sciences, public health, and so forth) have a story to tell about the human condition. It is just that the numbers tell the story rather than words.'
  • Q&A with Amanda Roudebush

    'Our education system would benefit from promoting more bilingualism and biliteracy.'
  • Q&A with Dr. Aurora Chang

    'The single most important characteristic of teacher effectiveness in any setting is genuine caring.'
  • Q&A with John C. Steele

    'I developed a passion for working with young people a number of years ago. I believe that the period of adolescence and emerging adulthood is such an interesting and critical period of life and development.'
  • Q&A with Dr. Sarah Cohen

    'I taught in Chicago Public Schools for 12 years, and I have been inspired by the children I taught and the linguistic and cultural resources that they brought to my classroom.'
  • Teach Abroad

    Teacher prep programs earn IB recognition

    The School of Education has earned International Baccalaureate recognition, giving future elementary/secondary teacher prep graduates the option of teaching at IB schools worldwide.
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  • Shriberg seeks ways to reduce school bullying

    Professor David Shriberg, who worked as a school psychologist for three years, sees bullying as a major social justice issue. He’s doing everything he can to stop it.
  • Teaching & Learning

    Teaching brings a smile to her face

    Whitney Smurr has a passion for learning and teaching. And when it comes to helping others outside the classroom, she goes above and beyond.
  • Brown's research helps children reach their potential

    Professor Steve Brown doesn’t want his research on vocational psychology to just sit unread in an academic journal. He wants people to use it so that they can help others.
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  • 4th Annual CTPP Summer Mentor Institute for CPS teachers

    Loyola is one of four local universities taking part in the Chicago Teacher Partnership Program (CTPP), a 5-year grant project designed to prepare highly qualified teacher candidates and to support mentor teachers with professional development and other resources.
  • Early childhood expert returns to her roots

    Chicago native Lynne Rooth Golomb earned her doctoral degree at Loyola and went on to develop the School of Education’s new EdD program for school psychology.
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  • Preparing the Next Generation of ELL Teachers

    Amy Heineke grew up in a family of teachers. Now, as an assistant professor in Loyola’s School of Education, she’s getting the next generation of teachers for English Language Learners ready for the classroom.
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  • Awards

    2016 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching: Kate Phillippo, Ph.D.

    The School of Education Awards Committee is pleased to award the 2016 School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching to Dr. Kate Phillippo, faculty member in the Cultural and Educational Policy Studies program. This annual award seeks to recognize, encourage, and reward outstanding teaching within the School of Education of Loyola University Chicago.
  • Awards

    2016 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research: Amy Heineke, Ph.D.

    The School of Education Awards Committee is pleased to award the School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research to Dr. Amy Heineke, faculty member in the Teaching, Learning, and Leading with Schools and Communities Program. This annual award seeks to recognize, encourage, and reward outstanding scholarship within the School of Education of Loyola University Chicago.
  • Awards

    2016 Janell Hutcherson Distinguished Service Award: Valerie Collier

    The School of Education Awards Committee is pleased to award the 2016 Janell Hutcherson Distinguished Service Award to Ms. Valerie Collier, Senior Program Coordinator in the Counseling and School Psychology and Research Methods Affinity Group. This annual award seeks to recognize, encourage, and reward outstanding service to the School of Education of Loyola University Chicago. This award is also designed to recognize the extraordinary contributions of our faculty and staff in forwarding the School of Education’s mission to advance professional education in the service of social justice, engaged with Chicago, the nation, and the world.
  • 2015 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching: Marla Israel, EdD

    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 2015 School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching to Dr. Marla Israel, faculty member in the Administration & Supervision Program.
  • 2015 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research: Liz Vera, PhD

    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 2015 School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research to Dr. Liz Vera, faculty member in the Counseling Psychology Program.
  • 2015 Distinguished Service Award: Janell Hutcherson

    This award seeks to recognize, encourage, and reward outstanding service to the School of Education of Loyola University Chicago. This award is designed to recognize the extraordinary contributions of our faculty and staff in forwarding the School of Education’s mission to advance professional education in service of social justice, engaged with Chicago, the nation, and the world. This year’s award is given posthumously to Janell Hutcherson, Program Coordinator for Teaching & Learning who passed on January 18, 2015.
  • 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research: Mark Engberg, Ph.D.

    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. Mark Engberg, faculty member in the Higher Education Program.
  • 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching: Bridget Kelly, Ph.D.

    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. Bridget Kelly, faculty member in the Higher Education Program.
  • 2013 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research: John Dugan, Ph.D.

    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.
  • 2013 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching: David Shriberg, Ph.D.

    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.
  • Dr. Steven Brown Recipient of 2012 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research

    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 2012 School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research to Dr. Steven Brown, faculty in the Counseling Psychology Program.
  • Dr. Ann Marie Ryan Recipient of 2012 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching

    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 2012 School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching to Dr. Ann Marie Ryan, faculty member in the Teaching and Learning Program.
  • Dr. Noah Sobe Recipient of 2011 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching

    This annual award seeks to recognize, encourage, and reward outstanding teaching within the School of Education of Loyola University Chicago. Dr. Noah Sobe, Associate Professor, has been awarded the School of Education’s inaugural Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching.
  • Anita Thomas, PhD – Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research

    Beginning spring semester 2014, Dr. Anita Thomas will assume the role of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research for the School of Education. Click the title for more details.
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  • David Prasse, PhD, Vice Provost for Academic & Faculty Resources

    Beginning January 1, 2013, Dr. Prasse will assume the role of Vice-Provost of Academic and Faculty Resources. Dr. Prasse has led the School of Education as dean since 2004.
  • Alumna Named 2018 CFE Teacher of the Year

    Alumna Named 2018 CFE Teacher of the Year
  • Dr. Jules New Publications

    Congratulations to Dr. Tavis D. Jules on his newest publications.
  • Dr. Shriberg National Teaching Award

    At their annual business meeting, held at the Schrieber Center, School of Education faculty member David Shriberg was presented with their annual "Outstanding Contributions to Training" award.
  • Faculty

    Dr. Shriberg National Teaching Award

    At their annual business meeting, held at the Schrieber Center, School of Education faculty member David Shriberg was presented with their annual "Outstanding Contributions to Training" award.