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College of Education Ambassadors Explore Solutions to Increase Teacher Diversity
Published: January 11, 2016.
Director of Early Childhood Development Dr. Rebecca Pruitt and teacher education candidate Kaylan Jones-Brown were selected as ambassadors to represent Lewis University at the recent Project LEAD Summit in Chicago sponsored by the Associated Colleges
Career-Changing Grandmother Inspires Fellow Graduates in Lasallian Address
Published: December 21, 2015.
Kelly Cisco is a career changer, wife, mother and grandmother. Now, she can add another title - college graduate. The 44-year-old Joliet resident earned a bachelor’s degree in Special Education/Elementary Education with Endorsements in English/Language
Dr. Karen Sullivan Honored with Educationis Lumen Award
Published: December 10, 2015.
Dr. Pam Jessee, Dean of the College of Education honored Dr. Karen Sullivan with the 2015 Educationis Lumen Award. A leader in the field of education for the past 34 years, Sullivan personifies the Catholic and Lasallian values recognized in the Educationis
Lewis University Early Childhood Educator Preparation Program Receives $45,000 grant
Published: November 2, 2015.
The Lewis University Early Childhood Education program received a $45,000 Early Childhood Educator Preparation Program Innovation 2015 grant from the Illinois Board of Higher Education. The grant was part of federal funds distributed to the State of Illinois
NSF Gives Lewis University STEM Teacher Preparation Program $1.4 million
Published: October 8, 2015.
Lewis University received a $1.4 million National Science Foundation grant to support a project in “Using Reality-Based Learning Practicum and Mentoring Structures to Enhance STEM Teacher Preparation for High Needs Schools.”
Lewis University will