This annual award seeks to recognize, encourage, and reward outstanding teaching within the School of Education of Loyola University Chicago. The Faculty Awards committee is pleased to award the 2015 School of Education Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching to Dr.Marla Israel, faculty member in the Administration & Supervision Program.
During last April’s Alumni Reception, the School of Education bid farewell to three beloved faculty members, Dr. Terry Williams (1980 – 2015), Higher Education, Dr. Janis Fine (1990 – 2015), Administration and Supervision and Dr. Dorothy Giroux (1981 – 2015), Teaching and Learning. Faculty, staff, family and friends gathered to celebrate their accomplishments. It truly […]
Kudos! Please be sure to congratulate the faculty who recently received Promotion and Tenure.
Please join me in welcoming Mac Mullins to the position of Office Administrative Assistant. Mac is originally from North Carolina, and is a recent graduate from DePaul University in Religious Studies. Mac is situated at the 11th floor reception desk. Please be sure to introduce yourself when you are around.
Antonio Acevedo, EdD student in Administration and Supervision, is featured in the Chicago Leadership Collaboration (CLC) spring 2015 newsletter (page 3)
Toni Brasher Rothschild was recently promoted as the Administrative Assistant to the Teaching and Learning Program. For the past year, Toni was the Office Assistant/Receptionist. Her smiling face greeted you daily as you entered the 11th floor. You now can find her on the 10th floor at #1005.
Katie Palumbo, Administrative Assistant to the Associate Dean of Academic Programs, was selected as one of Loyola’s staff for the commitment to excellence award for the month of June.
Graduate Initial Teacher Preparation candidates are spending classroom time learning at various city locations. These pictures give a first-hand look into their experiences in the Teaching, Leading and Learning with Schools and Communities programs. Flickr Pictures
The Teaching with Primary Sources program at Loyola University Chicago program helps Chicago-area K-12 educators use the Library of Congress‘ rich reservoir of digitized primary source materials to design challenging, high-quality instruction. The newsletter includes highlights of the program and its students. TPS Summer 2015 Newsletter (PDF)