About the new Inside Loyola



A one-stop-shop of Loyola's most popular and useful Web resources.

A - Z Index



Experiences from Black Alumnae at Predominantly White Institutions: Did They Thrive?

Dr. Bridget Kelly and current students Megan Segoshi, Lauren Adams and Alyscia Raines recently presented at the 2015 Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Conference in Denver, CO.  The topic, Experiences from Black Alumnae at Predominantly White Institutions: Did They Thrive? focused on Black alumnae through a thriving framework to shed light on […]

Getting a Job in Academia

The School of Education Student Development Committee hosted a Brown Bag on November 17, 2015, Getting A Job in Academia.   SOE faculty, Steven Brown, Eilene Edejer, Blanca Torres-Olave and Eunju Yoon provided helpful information and answered questions about how to best prepare for a career with a doctoral degree.

Sydney Golliday, EdD Student in Administration and Supervision

Left to right: Sydney Golliday, Gov. Bruce Rauner, Jake Steinfeld, Forest Claypool

On Thursday, October 8, 2015, John B. Drake Elementary School, hosted a Meet and Greet, School-Wide Assembly and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the opening of their new State of the Art Fitness Center, “The New Drake.”   Interim Principal, Sydney J. Golliday, was instrumental […]

2015 Golden Apple Fellows Award Ceremony and Dinner

Pictured left to right: Zehra Gokal, Janeice Millon, Jesse Bostic, Czarina San Jose, Terri Pigott (Dean), Lindsey Clementz, Gianna Marshall, Torie Dobies (not pictured Robbie Jones)

On Friday, October 30, Dr. Terri Pigott, Dean of the School of Education (SOE), sponsored a table at the taping of the 30th Annual Golden Apple Fellows Award Ceremony […]

Children in the Art Studio: A Pedagogy Inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach

One Tuesday, October 13 at the Loyola University Museum of Art,  Dr. Adam Kennedy, Assistant Professor,  facilitated a discussion following a very informative lecture presented by Irene Sufrin, Principal of Ginsburg Solomon Schechter Early Childhood Center titled “Engaging Young Children in Project Work in the Art Studio with Pedagogy Inspired by the Schools in Reggio Emilia, […]

Focus on Loyola’s Early Childhood Special Education Program

Loyola’s Early Childhood Special Education program was highlighted in the October 21, 2015 edition of Chicago Catalyst for helping to meet Illinois’ need for early childhood teachers with specialized training. Loyola is only of four licensed programs in the state to offer a blended early childhood special education program. In addition, all candidates finish with […]

Fall Undergraduate Open House

Left to right: Zehra Gokal, Mary Hearns, Martha Hick, Payton Sabathne, Lynette Duncan, Sara Khan

On Saturday, October 16, Loyola University Chicago hosted an Undergraduate Open House for approximately 2000 – prospective students and their families.  High school juniors and seniors and college transfer students were greeted by five of our freshmen students , Zehra […]

Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ICTFL)

Left to right: Dr. Kristin Davin, Julia Sands, Leonard Martinez, Andrew Rawlins

On Friday, October 16, three Loyola teacher candidates, Julia Sands, Leonard Martinez, and Andrew Rawlins,  attended the Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ICTFL) conference in Tinley Park, IL with their professor, Kristin Davin. They networked with other language teachers from […]

Alumnus’ School Recognized by National Blue Ribbon Program

Our Lady of the Wayside School in Arlington Heights, led by  Loyola alumnus David Wood (MEd ’07), principal, has been awarded “Blue Ribbon” recognition for creating a balanced literacy school. Recognition is awarded by the National Blue Ribbons Program. Congratulations!

Faculty & Student Provide Comprehensive Resource for Practitioners

School of Education faculty Dr. Gina Coffee and Dr. Pamela Fenning and current student Tommy Wells co-authored “Promoting Youth Sexual Health” recently published by Routledge.  This up-to-date, comprehensive resource provides practitioners in school and community settings with tools and information essential for delivering effective, culturally sensitive sexual health services to children and adolescents. Congratulations