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Reading is Fundamental

Reading is Fundamental

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 […]

EdD Student Highlighted in Chicago Leadership Collaborative Newsletter

EdD Student Highlighted in Chicago Leadership Collaborative Newsletter

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)

Doctoral Student One of Five Finalists for Golden Apple

Doctoral Student One of Five Finalists for Golden Apple

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.

Student Presented at National Science Teachers Association Conference

Student Presented at National Science Teachers Association Conference

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 […]

More News from the National Association of School Psychologists Convention

More News from the National Association of School Psychologists Convention

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 […]

February Staff Stars

February Staff Stars

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.

Congratulations!

Loyola at the National Association of School Psychologist Conference (NASP) 2015

Loyola at the National Association of School Psychologist Conference (NASP) 2015

Enjoy this slideshow of faculty, students and alumni at the NASP Conference in Walt Disney World, Florida

Future Teachers Visit Loyola

Future Teachers Visit Loyola

The Glenbard South High School Future Teachers Club visited Loyola University on Monday, February 16.  The group was provided an overview on the undergraduate teacher preparation program, Teaching, Learning and Leading with Schools and Communities (TLLSC) by Dr. Vesna Cejovic, Dr. Pierce-Ritter and Ms. Robbie Jones.  The group also enjoyed a tour and lunch on […]

Spirit Award!

Spirit Award!

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!

Lifetime Achievement Award

Lifetime Achievement Award

Picture Left to Right: Anthony Adamowski, Ross Pesce, Jim Wilczynski

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 […]