Top 5 Stories
Leadership Program Introduces Faculty to International Lasallian Family
Published: July 18, 2016.
The global Lasallian network has 976 schools worldwide with over 961,000 students. The International Association of Lasallian Universities is one of the largest educational networks in the world. Lewis University faculty, staff, and administration recently
Free activities for kids at Kidzfest in Joliet
Published: July 8, 2016.
Activities for children of all ages will be featured at the Lewis University Mini-Campus during Kidzfest 2016 Saturday, Aug. 6 in downtown Joliet. A free family festival, Kidzfest offers an opportunity for children to play, explore, imagine and create.
Colloquium Fosters Future Lasallian Teachers
Published: June 13, 2016.
Nearly 100 students, faculty and Lasallian partners participated “Becoming Lasallian.” The spring semester event was the first colloquium for the Institute for the Advancement of Catholic and Lasallian Education and the College of Education .
STEM Teacher NSF Program Names Noyce Scholars
Published: June 6, 2016.
Six Lewis University students have been selected to receive up to $12,000 scholarship through the Lewis University Noyce Scholar program .
Four undergraduate students were selected. Joseph Lambert III of Plainfield is majoring in physics. Rob Funke
Teachers and Administrators Head Back to Class This Summer
Published: May 23, 2016.
The College of Education at Lewis University is offering Summer Seminars for teachers and administrators. Each seminar is $40 per person. Attendees will earn four professional development units for each seminar.
The one-day seminars begin on June