Keeshawn Brooks and Whitney Creamean, students in the School Psychology program, presented a workshop recently on bullying prevention at the Bridge Teen Center in Chicago. Dr. Shriberg explained, “All first year school psychology students complete a 75 hour service learning requirement that is the core assignment for a social justice class. As part of the [...]
Dr. John M. Wozniak joined the faculty of Loyola University Chicago in 1950. One year later, he was made acting chair of the Department of Education. He served 18 years in that capacity until the founding of the School of Education in 1969, when he became dean, a position he held for another 10 years.
Daniel Birmingham, Assistant Professor in the School of Education, is being awarded The National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2014
Outstanding Doctoral Research Award for his dissertation titled, “Teacher Learning from Girls’ Science Experiences.”
This honor indicates his dissertation was judged by colleagues in the Selection Committee to have the greatest significance in the field [...]
Kathy Loomos (PhD ’01), ISPA Past-President, was awarded the 2014 Presidential Award by current President, Jim Wilczynski (PhD’04), at their annual conference in Springfield.
Last weekend many School of Education alumni, students, faculty members, and families braved the winter weather to attend “The Little Prince” at the Lookingglass Theatre. After a lovely reception and an amazing performance, the School of Education audience members engaged in a reflective and inspiring conversation connecting “The Little Prince” to how we make meaning [...]
Dr. Noah Sobe, faculty and current SOE students, Caleb Steindam, Melanie Noonan, Alex Simmonds Torein , and Carlin Coffey attended the Chicago’s MLK Service Day on January 20. Several other students from the school attended. This year MLK Day service benefited two local schools in [...]
A group of 16 students in Loyola’s MEd program in International Higher Education spent the first week of January in China as part of a hybrid J-Term course that involved one week at Loyola’s campus, The Beijing Center. The course, on International Higher Education” (ELPS 448), involved meetings with Chinese professors and students…
Professor Noah W. Sobe, Associate Professor and Program Chair, Cultural and Educational Policy Studies, was invited to Beijing Normal University to present a workshop at the Institute for Historical Research. Professor Sobe spoke on “The History of Emotions in Education”…
On Friday, November 8, Whitney Smurr, senior in the School of Education, received the 2013 President’s Medallion for the school at the President’s Ball. The President’s Ball is an annual formal gala honoring students who received recognition for excellence in academic as and involvement in each college or school. [...]
Our very own Dr. Phillip Carlin, Emeriti Faculty (BSED ’51, MEd ’53, EdD ’66), was inducted into the Senior Hall of Fame on October 23, 2013 in Springfield, Illinois. Phil was on the faculty in the School of Education from 1974- 1999. The Senior Hall of Fame was created by the Legislature in 1994 to [...]