2 hours ago

Lost Dogs Illinois added a new photo.

Is This Your Lost Dog? #Chicago #IL #RoscoeVillage (Damen & Belmont) Female Chihuahua.Black/Tan/White Call 773-420-7212 Email Monicacares28@gmail.com to identify...


11 hours ago

Prison labor: an economic boon to rural communities

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    Prison Labor: An Economic Boon to Rural Communities :: School of Education & Social Policy :: Northwestern University
    Schoenfeld, whose work connects politics, policy, race and the law, is assistant professor of human development and social policy at Northwestern's School of Education and Social Policy. She also is a faculty fellow at the Institute for Policy Research. Her research focuses on systems of criminal punishment.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

3 days ago

Record number of teaching graduates find jobs

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    Record Number of Teaching Graduates Find Jobs :: School of Education & Social Policy :: Northwestern University
    Northwestern's teacher education programs typically have a high job placement rate of 90 percent, but it's unusual for every graduate to be employed by September, especially since many stay in the competitive Chicago market, said Tim Dohrer, director of the MSEd program.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

Oct 11

Huynh wins Alumnae Graduate Fellowship

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    Huynh Wins Alumnae Graduate Fellowship
    Stacey Huynh (BS17) was recently awarded a 2017-18 Alumnae of Northwestern University Graduate Fellowship to help support her work and graduate studies in higher education administration and policy. "I've always had an affinity for helping under-represented and under-served communities since I am part of these communities," said Huynh, who grew up in Cicero, Illinois and is part of the first generation of her family to attend college.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

Oct 06

SESP to host conference on social relationships

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    SESP Hosts Conference on Social Relationships :: School of Education & Social Policy :: Northwestern University
    The Office of Global Initiatives is led by SESP's Spillane, the Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Professor in Learning and Organizational Change. It was established in 2013 to help faculty and students make global connections and to encourage international efforts in education and collaboration across countries.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

Sep 27

MCA Curator José Esparza Chong Cuy Shares His Favorite Things

“I found this gem at Myopic Books—it’s for the 1992 School of the South exhibit curated by Mari Carmen Ramírez.”

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    MCA Curator José Esparza Chong Cuy Shares His Favorite Things
    Published today at 1:47 p.m. When José Esparza Chong Cuy took a job as a curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art last year, he came with a mission: to spotlight artists from south of the border.
    http://www.chicagomag.com

Sep 15

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Sep 15

SESP Dean Figlio to students: ‘This is going to be quite the year for you’

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    Dean Figlio: 'This is going to be quite the year for you'
    Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy Dean With a nod to the smash hit musical Hamilton, David Figlio encouraged incoming freshmen and transfer students to take risks, step outside their comfort zone, and "take their shot" during Wildcat Welcome, a weeklong flurry of orientation activities.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

Sep 08

SESP welcomes two new faculty members

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    SESP Welcomes Two New Faculty Members
    Nichole Pinkard (PhD98), associate professor of learning sciences, returns home to Northwestern after breaking new ground at DePaul University. Pinkard, whose research focuses on creating supportive learning spaces, both on and offline, was one of the first graduates of SESP's Learning Sciences PhD program.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

Sep 06

Updated Sep 07

Adam receives $1 million Spencer award

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    Adam Receives $1 Million Spencer Award
    Northwestern University developmental psychologist Emma Adam received a $1 million, five-year Lyle Spencer Research Award to study the relationship between race-based stress and achievement gaps. Adam will use the Spencer Foundation's largest award to build on her prior work, which revealed racial differences in stress and the impact of perceived discrimination on stress hormones, sleep, and health.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

  • How nice. I wonder what the results of her research will be....

  • Eric from 60618 Lifelong NW sider, business owner and deplorable.

    The results will be blame whitey for everything!

Aug 30

Updated Sep 06

Mcadams: Trump’s ‘primal appeal’ helps explain rise to power

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    McAdams: Trump's 'Primal Appeal' Helps Explain Rise to Power :: School of Education & Social Policy :: Northwestern University
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

  • lol....you're doing it too.

    keep up the great work.

    good luck in the mid terms

  • Gee, the meritless, completely off-point old IKWYABWAI comeback, carefully ignoring any part of the discussion.

    Great job!

    Over & out.

Sep 01

Coughlin STEM scholars honored

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    Coughlin STEM Scholars Honored :: School of Education & Social Policy :: Northwestern University
    She pursued excellence in everything she did, set high expectations for herself and others, and always believed there was a way to solve a problem. She was vocal about women having equal opportunities within corporate leadership and encouraged young women to set and achieve goals.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

Aug 24

Sabol receives early career fellowship

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    Sabol Receives Early Career Fellowship :: School of Education & Social Policy :: Northwestern University
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

Aug 24

Rapp discusses role as journal editor

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    Rapp Discusses Role as Journal Editor :: School of Education & Social Policy :: Northwestern University
    As editor-in-chief of the journal , Northwestern University psychologist and learning scientist Discourse Processes David Rapp works to offer readers "critically reviewed, contemporary research that pushes the boundaries of our understandings," according to a recent interview in Editor Resources.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

Aug 24

Muskingum University president: SESP experience 'transformed my life'

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    Hasseler: SESP Experience 'Transformed My Life' :: School of Education & Social Policy :: Northwestern University
    "It was an amazing learning experience that transformed my life," says Hasseler, who focused on multicultural and anti-racist education both in the U.S. and South Africa after receiving her PhD in 1994. "Learning about the incredible richness and diversity of experiences that learners bring to the classroom and how you integrated this cultural capital into teaching was extremely valuable to me.
    http://www.sesp.northwestern.edu

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