20th Anniversary Alumni Panelist: Dr. Tanya Brown Merriman

The DePaul EdD Program is thrilled to announce one of the panelists for the 20th Anniversary Celebration: Dr. Tanya Brown Merriman Tanya Brown Merriman is a Chicago born educator and writer.  Central to her work is exploring the use of different disciplines such as art, linguistics, history and technology to solve the pressing concerns of … Continue reading 20th Anniversary Alumni Panelist: Dr. Tanya Brown Merriman

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20th Anniversary Alumni Panelist: Dr. Judy McCann-Floeter

The DePaul EdD Program is thrilled to announce one of the panelists for the 20th Anniversary Celebration: Dr. Judy McCann-Floeter Judy McCann-Floeter is an educational leader who is passionate about improving public schools; promoting a collaborative culture, empowering students and staff and attending to those social issues that many of our students confront.  She considers … Continue reading 20th Anniversary Alumni Panelist: Dr. Judy McCann-Floeter

DePaul EdD 20th Anniversary Celebration

Please join us on Friday, September 14th, 2018 at 5pm for an alumni panel titled, “EdD Alumni Voices: The Convergence of Socially Engaged Practice and Scholarship.” We will begin the program with opening words from Dr. Gayle Mindes and Dr. Karen Monkman. The panel will be moderated by EdD alumna and faculty, Dr. Melissa Bradford. … Continue reading DePaul EdD 20th Anniversary Celebration

Annual Teacher Exchange at the Museum of Contemporary Art, June 2

The annual Teacher Exchange at the Museum of Contemporary Art is tomorrow, Saturday, June 2, from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM. and registration is still open. You can register  here: https://mcachicago.org/Calendar/2018/06/Teacher-Exchange. Celebrate your teaching practice! Join the conversation about the impact of contemporary art on teaching and learning with members of the MCA Teacher Institute, Multiple … Continue reading Annual Teacher Exchange at the Museum of Contemporary Art, June 2

National Conference of Black Political Scientists: Agency, Survival, & the Continuing Challenges of Black Inequalities

RACE AND THE ENVIRONMENT: Agency, Survival, and the Continuing Challenges of Black Inequalities. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – March 4. 2018 The 49th Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists (NCOBPS) will be held in Chicago, Illinois, March 14-17, 2018, at the W Chicago-Lakeshore Hotel. NCOBPS was founded in 1969, and is an academic non-profit … Continue reading National Conference of Black Political Scientists: Agency, Survival, & the Continuing Challenges of Black Inequalities

EdD Brown Bag: Multiple Perspectives on Disseminating Research Through Presentations and Publications

Many of you may be interested in sharing your research through presentations and publications, but are unsure of where to start. This Thursday, April 5th from 5:00pm-6:00pm we invite you to attend the EdD Brown Bag discussion: “Multiple Perspectives on Disseminating Research Through Presentations and Publications” with COE faculty Dr. Beverly Trezek and EdD candidate … Continue reading EdD Brown Bag: Multiple Perspectives on Disseminating Research Through Presentations and Publications

Invitation to Doctoral Research Dialogue Series: Simon Høffding (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Doctoral Research Dialogue Series 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 … Continue reading Invitation to Doctoral Research Dialogue Series: Simon Høffding (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)