Inquiry Spring 2005: Identity

The American Identity
After studying and writing about America's highly generative adults for more than two decades, Dan McAdams discovered a whole new perspective on his work almost by accident.
Lisa Stein
Native American Identity and Learning
SESP professor, doctoral student find Menominee Indian children learn science differently - and are often told they're wrong
Ed Finkel
Message From The Dean
Penelope Peterson
Growing Up Gifted
The Center for Talent Development is wise to the unique psychology of gifted children
Leanne Star
Student Profile: Nadeen Abujaber: From Middle East to Middle West
As she works on her honors thesis about the gender roles of Middle Eastern college students, senior Nadeen Abujaber brings firsthand knowledge. She came to Evanston from Jordan, arriving just two weeks after 9/11.
Marilyn Sherman
Steve Boland, One of 75 Most Powerful African Americans in Corporate America
When D. Steve Boland (BS90) talks about what made him the successful businessman he is today, in addition to God he credits his family, his mother and his college education.
Katharine Duke
School News
Inquiry Series Features Renaissance 2010; Labor Director Honored with Alumni Award; Talent Development Courses Begin This Fall; Larry Hedges to Join Faculty; Web Site Innovation Expands; The Mind at Work: Valuing the Intelligence of the American Worker; SESP Students Hear Supreme Court Arguments
Net Gains
Immigrant students build language skills and multicultural identity online.
Marilyn Sherman