Kelly Minks is a recent graduate of DePaul’s Bilingual Bicultural Education (BBE) program. Her passions for multiculturalism, social welfare, and education have taken her around the world. She grew up on a small island in Alaska and has lived, volunteered, and taught in various countries, including: Argentina, South Korea, Vietnam, Chile, Peru, Costa Rica, and … More Alumni Spotlight! BBE Graduate – Kelly Minks
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Please join us for the COE Spring Education Issues Forum: High School Students Speak Out: Youth Leadership, Impact, Empowerment! This event is free and open to public. Registration is required. Please register online here.
Dr. Andrea Kayne’s article, “Kicking Ass in a Corset: Jane Austen’s Six Principles for Feminist Leadership” was published on Ms. magazine’s blog on March 12, 2018. Dr. Kayne is the Director of the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership at College of Education, DePaul University. Please click here to read the article. Ms. is a feminist magazine that … More Dr. Kayne’s Article Published on Ms. Magazine Blog
Co-Sponsored by EDSA and the Institute for Daisaku Ikeda Studies in Education Through his research of the mind of a musical virtuoso, Simon Høffding will discuss how the same process might be applied to understanding the mind of an experienced teacher. His research project focuses on a phenomenological investigation of experiences of Ikeda’s notion of … More Doctoral Research Dialogue Series: Simon Høffding (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
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