Listing of the latest news from the School of Education
The Ability Institute now includes an international site for the Ability Ally exhibit and workshops in Belize.
As Saint Louis University wrapped another academic year, students beat their finals stress by sampling tasty ice cream treats, spending time with equine and canine therapists and by taking their shots at dunking deans.
Saint Louis University has announced the opening of the PRiME Center (Policy Research in Missouri Education). The PRiME Center is an independent research center housed in the Saint Louis University School of Education, specializing in generating, collecting and disseminating education policy research.
Two new scholarship opportunities are available for students in Saint Louis University's School of Education.
On January 24, 2019, Gary Ritter, Ph.D., dean of Saint Louis University's College of Education, spoke on KMOX-AM 1120's "Charlie Brennan Show." The focus of the conversation was education policy and research in Missouri, specifically in the city of St. Louis.
The Education Lecture Series, co-sponsored by the School of Education and the Office of the Vice President for Research, will continue into the 2019 spring semester and feature one leading expert in education each month. Lunch will be provided at 11:30 a.m. before each lecture.
Please join the School of Education for dinner to learn more about the Education Policy and Equity Ph.D. program (anticipated start term fall 2019).
Whitney Harris, the Director of Secondary ELA at the University of Arkansas, visited Saint Louis University for the November installment of the School of Education Speaker Series event.
Saint Louis University welcomed Kelvin Adams, Ph.D. as the inaugural speaker of School of Education Lecture Series.
John Q. Easton was the latest speaker at the Education Lecture Series, which is co-hosted by the Office of Research and School of Education.
Mark Pousson, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in Saint Louis University's School of Education.