As part of Careers in Student Affairs Month, ACPA invited individuals to share their unique perspectives on the field of higher education. Michael Bumbry shared his thoughts on working in the field, both in student affairs and alumni relations. More . . .
Loyola Alums from the Education Specialist School Psychology cohort of 2010 found time to catch up on things during lunch at the Illinois School Psychologists Association’s (ISPA) Fall Conference held in early October. There were many alums at this event which hosted [...]
On October 6-7 Professors Amy Shuffelton and Noah W. Sobe, both faculty in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, delivered a series of lectures at the State University of Sao Paulo (UNIFESP) in Brazil.
As part of a cycle of seminars on education, the family and childhood, Professor Shuffelton spoke on parent involvement and the privatization of [...]
The Department of Cultural and Educational Policy Studies and the School of Education at Loyola University Chicago will be hosting a conference, “Theorizing Gun Violence in Schools, on Saturday, October 25. Flyer Details
2014 graduates of the undergraduate elementary education program and CTPP participants, share their stories as current classroom teachers. Check it at the Blog developed by Mary Ellen Bleeden, Assistant Professor.
Katie Palumbo was recently promoted as the Administrative Assistant to the Deans. For the past year, Katie was the Office Assistant/Receptionist. Her smiling face greeted you daily as you entered the 11th floor. You now can find her just a few feet down the hall in 1111. Congratulations!
On August, 13, 2014, fifty elementary teachers and school administrators these partner districts gathered on Loyola University Chicago’s Lake Shore campus to be trained in the implementation of the WIDA MODEL assessment tool. This day of training, sponsored by the CPELL grant, provided an opportunity for the districts to receive not only a day of [...]
Loyola was recently recognized by Sierra Magazine for our sustainability initiatives as part of their annual list:
This data was taken directly from the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) report that Dr. Tavis Jules and his students played a major role in the project. Dr. Jules’ course ELPS 555- Seminar on Sustainability, Ethics and Development [...]
Dr. Hank Bohanon, Faculty, was one of the keynote speakers at the 2014 Conference on School Culture, Climate and Positive Behavior Support. His topic was What Works: Effective Strategies within Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.
Rabbi Scott Aaron, Phd, a graduate of the Cultural and Educational Policy Studies program will become the director of the Chicago-based Community Foundation for Jewish Education (CFJE). Aaron is an educator and scholar with broad expertise and experience in Jewish identity development, experiential education, professional development for Jewish educators and communal professionals, educational evaluation, and [...]