A Call for Urban School Arts Space

Doctoral student Rachel Harper's research is highlighting tangible learning gaps generated by lack of access to the arts in urban schools.

Faculty Support Dyett Plan

College faculty are lobbying city officials to support a revitalization plan for the closed Dyett High School.

Science for Environmental Justice

Alumnus Daniel Morales-Doyle's project empowers teens from Little Village to investigate post-industrial environmental damage and generate their own solutions.

Students as Scientists

New research from the College's Maria Varelas explores how Latino children self-identify as scientists in relationship to teacher strategies and structures.

A Call for Urban School Arts Space

Doctoral student Rachel Harper's research is highlighting tangible learning gaps generated by lack of access to the arts in urban schools.

Faculty Support Dyett Plan

College faculty are lobbying city officials to support a revitalization plan for the closed Dyett High School.

Science for Environmental Justice

Alumnus Daniel Morales-Doyle's project empowers teens from Little Village to investigate post-industrial environmental damage and generate their own solutions.

Students as Scientists

New research from the College's Maria Varelas explores how Latino children self-identify as scientists in relationship to teacher strategies and structures.

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Recent News

Alumna Nicole Howard believes college costs are limiting choices for low-income students. At North Lawndale College Prep, she launched the the Phoenix Pact endowment to reverse this.

College faculty were part of a coalition lobbying Mayor Emanuel, Chicago Public School Board CEO Forrest Claypool and Board President Frank Clark.

Doctoral student Rachel Harper poses a fascinating question: when we talk about knowledge, why do we never consider the knowledge generated by children?