Aliza Gilbert, alumnus (MED ’93) and a current student in the PHD program in Higher Education received the 2015 Highland Park Humanitarian Award. Congratulations!
Loyola school psychology students and faculty presented at the Morton Freshman Center’s Annual Career Day on May 8th. The group presented 3 sessions to students wanting information about School Psychologists. They shared what […]
Dr. John Kosirog, the new superintendent for Niles School District 71, earned his Ed.D. (2006) in Curriculum and Instruction and his Superintendent Endorsement (2008) from Loyola. We are proud of his accomplishment! Read the details.
Read the March 2015 Newsletter of the Illinois School Psychologist Association. Many of SOE’s faculty, students and alums are featured.
Allison Blosser, PhD Candidate in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies was selected by the Awards Committee of the Council of Graduate Schools at Loyola University Chicago as the recipient of the Graduate School Award for Dissertation of the Year in the Professional Schools for 2015. This award is a testament to her outstanding research skills […]
On Thursday, March 26, 2015, Bateman Elementary welcomed Loyola University Chicago’s Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority! Reading is Fundamental, also known as RIF, is Kappa Kappa Gamma’s national philanthropy, designed to help promote literacy and to making reading fun. Their chapter hosted this event at Bateman and among other fun activities, 300 books were donated to […]
The Winter Chicago Leadership Collaborative Newsletter highlights Kimberly Nelson, a current student in the EdD CPS Principal Preparation Program (page 3). Other students listed with Loyola are Antonio Acevedo and Sarah Haas. Newsletter (PDF)
Golden Apple today proudly announced that Brian Kaye (Principal) from Thomas Middle School is one of five finalists for the Stanley C. Golder Leadership Award. The award honors the exemplary performance of a Pre-K-12th grade principal or head of school from throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Congratulations to Brian for the outstanding recognition.
Emma Haney presented at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA – Chicago 2015) conference in a session geared toward middle grades educators. Her presentation focused on interdisciplinary inquiry projects that are tied to local and personally meaningful issues. She shared lessons she learned through engaging in an inquiry project herself on food equity, and how […]
Miranda Johnson from the School of Law and Pam Fenning from the School of Education/School Psychology program jointly led a “conversation series” at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) convention in Orlando, Florida. The focus of the conversation series was on their collaborative efforts with others at the state level to develop a “model […]