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
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Educational Leadership (EL) alum, Kate Graham-McHugh, began her DePaul career as an undergraduate student in the Secondary Education program with a concentration in English. After graduating from DePaul’s undergraduate program in 2005, Kate taught middle school for two years at St. Mary’s in Riverside. She then went on to teach 9th grade English for 8 … More Alumni Spotlight! Educational Leadership Graduate – Kate Graham-McHugh
Sunny Chico, long a supporter and leader at DePaul University, works to strengthen other Catholic schools as well. As chairman of the Board at Old St. Mary in the South Loop, Sunny noted discovered enthusiastic teachers, many of whom expressed the hope to return to ongoing graduate education. With the support of OSM principal Julie … More Introductory Leadership Course Offered at Old St. Mary in Fall 2017
DePaul University introduced a doctoral and master level course on Service Learning during the Summer 2017 quarter. Initiated by Dr. Barabara Rieckhoff and taught by Sister Mary Paul McCaughey, this course integrates research and pedagogy of service learning with on-site application. It consisted of an orientation session conducted by Dr. Howard Rosen of the Stean … More New Service Learning Course Offered
A Newark, New Jersey native, Dr. Thomas Noel has traversed to the Windy City to join the ranks of DePaul University’s Department of Leadership, Language, and Curriculum as a full-time faculty member in the Educational Leadership Program. He will be instructing both undergraduate and graduate-level courses for the College of Education during the 2017-2018 academic … More Introducing Dr. Thomas Noel