Faculty Profile! Dr. Gonzalo Obelleiro, Ph.D.

Dr. Gonzalo Obelleiro was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but early on he experienced an itch for understanding the world. This led him to study art and the artistic traditions underlying design, and eventually to the theory of art, aesthetics, and philosophy. At the same time, he grew in awareness of social injustice and developed … More Faculty Profile! Dr. Gonzalo Obelleiro, Ph.D.

COE Spring Education Issues Forum: Advancing Democracy and Justice in Public Education in the Trump/DeVos Era on 5/2

Please join us for the the Spring Education Issues Forum: Advancing Democracy and Justice in Public Education in the Trump/DeVos Era! Registration is required. Please register online here. Resources: Federal Education Policy and The Trump/DeVos Administration: What to Expect School Privatization Explained

2017 Ikeda Lecture “Re-Mixing Borders: Education & the Global Solidarity of Hip-Hop” by Awad Ibrahim

  The DePaul University Institute for Daisaku Ikeda Studies in Education is pleased to welcome Awad Ibrahim to give the 2017 Ikeda Lecture, “Re-mixing Borders: Education & the Global Solidarity of Hip-Hop.” As a scholar of race, language and education, Ibrahim has established himself as an intellectual with a broad reach. In this talk engaging … More 2017 Ikeda Lecture “Re-Mixing Borders: Education & the Global Solidarity of Hip-Hop” by Awad Ibrahim

College of Education Winter Forum: Trauma Informed Teaching and Counseling on 2/21

Please join us for the the Winter Education Issues Forum: Trauma Informed Teaching and Counseling! The panel of experts will discuss causes and symptoms of child trauma and how it can impact students’ learning and academic performance. The panel will focus on chronic trauma, particularly related to poverty-impacted stressors and violence, and will offer strategies for both … More College of Education Winter Forum: Trauma Informed Teaching and Counseling on 2/21

College of Education Fall Forum: The Challenge of Teaching in a Racially and Politically Polarized Time REGISTRATION CLOSED

REGISTRATION HAS BEEN CLOSED Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Lincoln Park Student Center Room 314 AB Our panelists will address the complex issues faced by teachers struggling to help students make sense of the current tumultuous environment: the heated rhetoric around race, immigration and xenophobia in the 2016 election, the police killings of … More College of Education Fall Forum: The Challenge of Teaching in a Racially and Politically Polarized Time REGISTRATION CLOSED