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Professional training shines spotlight on early childhood mental health issues
Published: May 21, 2015.
Three Will County area agencies partnered to enhance understanding about mental health in young children. On Friday, May 15, they sponsored “What are the Mental Health Issues that Affect Birth to Five Families?” at Lewis University’s main campus in Romeoville.
Lewis University recognizes Rita Stasi with Bishop Roger Kaffer Outstanding Principal Award
Published: May 13, 2015.
Lewis University’s Institute for the Advancement of Catholic and Lasallian Education presented the Bishop Roger Kaffer Outstanding Principal Award to Rita Stasi, Principal of St. Joseph Catholic School in Downers Grove during an April 30 celebration on
Lewis University student and faculty member to present at chemistry conference
Published: April 27, 2015.
Lewis University College of Education graduate student Tiffany Albers-Lopez and Dr. Teresa Bixby, assistant professor of chemistry , will be presenting "Developing and Assessing Problem-Solving Skills in General Chemistry" at the Gordon Research Conference
Lewis University’s College of Education hosts early childhood education conference
Published: March 10, 2015.
The Lewis University College of Education and STAR NET Region VI held its eighth annual “Early Childhood Today” conference on March 4 on the Main Campus of Lewis University. It focused on developing successful learners.
Workshops during the conference
Civic engagement initiatives introduced at College of Education town hall meeting
Published: February 27, 2015.
The Lewis University College of Education introduced its initiative for civic engagement during its Jan. 30 Town Hall Meeting. A San Miguel Immersion and travel study to Washington D.C. are a few examples of how the College of Education expects the civic