DePaul University’s College of Education (COE) not only shapes future educational leaders—it also provides a platform for breakthrough research in the broader field of education. Each year, select university faculty members are eligible to apply for university sponsored research grants, which enables them to expand their current research agendas. Three COE faculty members were awarded … More LLC Faculty Receive Funding for New Educational Research Projects
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
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
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.
DePaul faculty reflect on the importance of a Catholic Education in their work Fr. Tony Dosen, author of the books Catholic Higher Education in the 1960s and Catholic School Leadership (co-edited with Barabara Rieckhoff), teaches coursework inspired tremendously by DePaul’s Vincentian Values. He says that Catholic research informs his role as a professor “every day … More Faculty Connect with Catholic Education
Sister Mary Paul McCaughey began her educational journey at Quincy University, where she finished her Bachelor of Arts degree while also teaching fifth grade.
Joby Gardner, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and Director of the Curriculum Studies Master’s and Doctoral programs in the Department of Leadership, Language and Curriculum. Dr. Gardner specializes in education of non-traditional students like high school returners and formerly incarcerated young people and also studies teacher leadership and teacher professional collaboration. Having taught various grade … More Faculty Profile! Prof. Joby Gardner, Ph.D.