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

IMPACT DePaul Event – Educate Yo’ Self: A panel on CPS & the Illinois budget crisis

WHERE: MCGOWAN SOUTH RM 208 WHEN: THURSDAY, MAY 19 @ 6:30PM IMPACT DePaul (I Matter, Political Activism Can Too) is hosting an “educate yo self” session on the state of CPS in regards to the Illinois Budget Crisis. We are hoping to educate students on what exactly the budget crisis means for CPS as a … More IMPACT DePaul Event – Educate Yo’ Self: A panel on CPS & the Illinois budget crisis

FACULTY PROFILE! Prof. Andrea Kayne, J.D., M.Ed.

  Andrea Kayne is both a lawyer and educator by training, and her experiences continue to influence her work, passions, and outreach today. Kayne first attended Vassar College where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology. Afterwards, she obtained a Master’s degree in Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education with … More FACULTY PROFILE! Prof. Andrea Kayne, J.D., M.Ed.

Student Voices! Current Student – Gabby Parsons

Gabby Parsons is finishing up her first year in the Educational Leadership M.Ed. program. Currently, she works as a graduate assistant for the Department of Leadership, Language and Curriculum in the College of Education. She is from Champaign-Urbana, Illinois and attended Northwestern University where she earned a BS in Social Policy, a minor degree in … More Student Voices! Current Student – Gabby Parsons