Loyola University Chicago

School of Education

Higher Education Accomplishments

Higher Education Accomplishments

From the classroom to the field our Higher Education students are outstanding.  We celebrate all of their accomplishments.

Cobretti Williams, current PhD student, is the recipient of the NASPA Region IV-E Graduate Student Research Award. Her study titled Tools for Survival: Women of Color Navigating Campus Activism Through Artistic Expression received exemplary scores by the NAPSA faculty reviewers. 

Caress Brown, MEd 2013, has been awarded the prestigious Diversifying Higher Education Faculty in Illinois (DFI) fellowship to earn her doctorate. She will be leaving her role at city colleges to dive into her research and studies. Her department has also offered to add a professor track to her plan of study as well. She is excited about the road ahead and wants to thank Loyola faculty for their guidance and assistance throughout her career.

Angelica Suarez, PhD 2002, has authored the chapter Data in the Service of Equity in the new book published by Harvard Education Press called Creating a Data-Informed Culture in Community Colleges. Dr. Suarez is currently the the Vice President for Student Affairs of the Southwestern Community College District in Chula Vista, CA.