Alumnus Named White House Fellow

Warren Morgan will serve as an education advisor to President Barack Obama and the new president after leading the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.

Laura Ramirez engages in a protest at the Mexican consulate in Chicago.Laura Ramirez engages in a protest at the Mexican consulate in Chicago.
Immigrant Mothers' Self-Advocacy

Student Laura Ramírez is researching how mothers of immigrant families in the United States are politically advocating for their children.

 

Two students are using Google Translate to translate English phrases into Russian, as part of their report on food scarcity for the Global Ed 2 project.Two students are using Google Translate to translate English phrases into Russian, as part of their report on food scarcity for the Global Ed 2 project.
Solving Food Scarcity Challenges

Inside Natalie Nash's classroom, GlobalEd 2 curriculum from a College of Education grant project is preparing students to think critically about the world's biggest problems.

College Earns New NSF Grant

This National Science Foundation grant awarded to Kim Lawless seeks to increase participation of female, Black and Latino students in STEM studies and careers.

Alumnus Named White House Fellow

Warren Morgan will serve as an education advisor to President Barack Obama and the new president after leading the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.

Laura Ramirez engages in a protest at the Mexican consulate in Chicago.Laura Ramirez engages in a protest at the Mexican consulate in Chicago.
Immigrant Mothers' Self-Advocacy

Student Laura Ramírez is researching how mothers of immigrant families in the United States are politically advocating for their children.

 

Two students are using Google Translate to translate English phrases into Russian, as part of their report on food scarcity for the Global Ed 2 project.Two students are using Google Translate to translate English phrases into Russian, as part of their report on food scarcity for the Global Ed 2 project.
Solving Food Scarcity Challenges

Inside Natalie Nash's classroom, GlobalEd 2 curriculum from a College of Education grant project is preparing students to think critically about the world's biggest problems.

College Earns New NSF Grant

This National Science Foundation grant awarded to Kim Lawless seeks to increase participation of female, Black and Latino students in STEM studies and careers.

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As a College, our community impact prepares practitioners who can work directly inside of their communities to implement strategies and reforms to improve educational outcomes.

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Recent News

MEd Special Education student Samantha Rosell seeks to strengthen transition services in Calumet City, Ill. to generate meaningful employment and life outcomes.

The College's Shelby Cosner earned UIC's Award for Excellence in Teaching for her focus on the practice and preparation of school leaders transforming urban schools.

On #GivingTuesday, we're honoring donors who helped BA Urban Education - Elementary Education student Alexandra Cesar continue her studies despite financial challenges.