Loyola University Chicago

Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy

Teaching Awards and Fellowships

Teaching Awards

Loyola University Chicago values excellence in teaching as being central to our mission of providing an engaging, transformative education. Acknowledging this essential part of our university mission, the Office of the Provost and the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy formally recognize and celebrate the exceptional faculty who demonstrate excellence in teaching by offering a series of university-wide teaching awards that recognize the value of the many different ways in which our faculty contribute to transformative learning. 

Explore the Annual Faculty Teaching Awards.

Explore nomination and eligibility requirements.

Nominate a faculty instructor for an award.

Faculty Fellows Program

The Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy (FCIP) is pleased to announce the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Faculty Fellows Program, a unique, paid, two-year, and cohort-based opportunity for full-time instructors (NTT, tenure-track, and tenured) at Loyola University Chicago to explore and contribute to the literature base in one of the pedagogical underpinnings of FCIP: Ignatian pedagogy, anti-racist pedagogy and student-centered course design.

Explore the program description and expectations

Apply for the program