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.
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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 […]
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.
Lee Hubbell, Director of LUCHOICE and JV Magis was selected as one of Loyola’s staff award for committee to excellence for the month of February.
At this year’s Illinois School Psychology Association (ISPA) Conference, Loyola’s School Psychology current students and alumni were selected for the 2015 ISPA Spirit Award. This award is given to groups who have made a significant contribution to the association. Go Loyola!
At this year’s Illinois School Psychology Association (ISPA) Conference, Dr. Ross Pesce (PhD ’83, BS ’72) was awarded the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is presented to those rare individuals who have exemplified in their careers as school psychologists the qualities most admired by […]
The School of Education Awards Committee would like to solicit nominations for two awards:
(1) The Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching and
(2) the Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Research.
The descriptions, criteria, and specific required nomination materials are contained in the above linked documents. Please note that the Awards Committee Chair will […]
Interim Dean, Dr. Terri Pigott, hosted a reception for the December 2014 graduates from the School of Education on Thursday, December 11. Graduates, family, friends, faculty and staff enjoyed the cozy surroundings of the Pere Marquette Room on the 25th floor, Baumhart Hall.
Cassie Fenton, MED ’09, was one of forty recognized by the Illinois State Board of education as an Outstanding Early Career Educator at the 40th annual Those who Excel banquet in Bloomington, Illinois on Saturday, October 25, 2014. To be considered for the Early Career Educator award, a nominee must be within their first five […]