SESP Launches New Classes for C-Suite Leaders

SESP’s new Executive Learning & Organizational Change (ELOC) program, which targets leaders with approximately 15 or more years of work experience, is recruiting its first cohort of students to begin in January 2019. 

Documentary Film Celebrates Lorraine Morton’s Life

The storied life of Lorraine Hairston Morton (MS43) -- Evanston’s first African-American mayor and longtime Evanston public school educator -- is captured in the new documentary Lorraine H. Morton: A Life Worthwhile by Shorefront Films.

Emerging Scholar Spotlight: Mollie McQuillan

Mollie McQuillan, a doctoral student in the human development and social policy program, is featured in the Society for Research on Adolescence's Emerging Scholar Spotlight.

Sherin Named Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education

Miriam Sherin, associate dean for teacher education in the School of Education and Social Policy (SESP), has been appointed associate provost for undergraduate education, beginning Sept. 1.

CTD Partners with Jewish Day Schools 

Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development (CTD) was awarded a $240,000 grant from the Crown Family Philanthopies to strengthen STEM education programming and teaching at Chicago-area Jewish day schools

This Map Connects Kids to Computer Science

A new interactive map produced by Chicago City of Learning (CCOL) helps parents and kids find computer science-related summer activities in Chicago, including coding camps, robotics clubs, and online challenges.

Kutlas Headlines Honors Ceremony

Find the strength to say ‘no’ to things – even if you love them –to make room for deeper and more fulfilling opportunities, School of Education and Social Policy senior Abbey Kutlas urged her classmates during the Northwestern University's 2018 Honor Recipients program.

Seniors, Alumna Named Fulbright Finalists

School of Education and Social Policy (SESP) seniors Tiffany Wong, Fannie Koltun, and alumna Tsu-Ann Chen (BS17) have been offered Fulbright U.S. Student Program Fellowships to teach English in Macau, Spain, and South Korea, respectively.

Making a Difference Through Community Service

Students pursuing Northwestern University’s Civic Engagement Certificate presented their capstone projects, the culmination of two years of community service and classroom learning.

Silver Wins Top Research Prize

School of Education and Social Policy students Jamilah Silver and Camille Cooley was received undergraduate research awards for their outstanding work during Northwestern University’s 2018 Undergraduate Research and Arts Exposition.