Loyola University Chicago

Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Campus Partner Programs

From Passion to Progress: Reimagining Prison Reform to Create Systemic, Interdisciplinary Change

Event sponsored by the School of Education

Loyola University Chicago comes together to use academic voices in partnership with lived experiences to tackle issues concerning the American prison system. This event will function as an interdisciplinary means of collaboration through which we can draw the next generation of institutional forces to meaningful, actionable resolutions for an equitable, restorative future.

We hope you will join us for this important event.

Learn more, here. Register Here

Celebration of Faculty Scholarship

Event sponsored by Campus Libraries

Each year, the library celebrates scholarship generated by LUC authors. Come participate in this celebration this year. To submit a publication and learn more about the event, visit the Celebration of Faculty Scholarship webpage. If you are submitting a publication about the scholarship of teaching and learning, please contact FCIP (facultycenter@luc.edu) so that we can highlight the publication on our webpage.

A great opportunity to increase your teaching and course design skills from the School of Continuing and Professional Studies!

The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) would like to announce two new Instructional Design (ID) graduate-level certificates as part of the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program.

These two fully online graduate ID certificates have been developed in partnership with the School of Education, the Office of Online Learning, the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy, and the Instructional Technology and Research Support group. These certificates are intended for existing faculty to augment their current skills in the design and development of online and in-person courses – both of which benefit from ID principles and practices.

The curriculum will be taught by ID experts and practicing instructional designers who will help you dive into a deeper understanding of ID both conceptually and practically.

And the good news is, depending upon your eligibility status, these certificates may be covered under the LUC Tuition Benefit Policy.

Come expand your skill set in a growing field!

Questions? Feel free to email Jeanne Widen, Interim Dean at the School of Continuing & Professional Studies

More Information and Application for: FIND Certificate

More Information and Application for: PIND Certificate