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SESP Professor Named Co-Chair of Illinois Holocaust and Genocide Commission

Northwestern University’s Danny M. Cohen (PhD11) has been appointed co-chair of the Illinois Holocaust and Genocide Commission, a 17-member team of scholars, educators, and practitioners focused on Holocaust, genocide, and social justice education, and commemoration.

Spikes Helps Craft Adult Media Literacy Guide

Learning Sciences doctoral student Michael Spikes served as a national advisor for the American Library Association’s new initiative to help library staffers respond to misinformation and other media literacy issues.

As Told To: Bank of America's D. Steve Boland

D. Steve Boland, president of retail at Bank of America, talks about his life and career path with SESP undergraduates during professor Regina Logan's class, The Life Story Interview.

ELOC Program Receives Prestigious Accreditation

Northwestern University’s Executive Learning & Organizational Change (ELOC) program has been accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), the top certifying body in the continuing education industry.

SESP in the Media: December 2020

An ongoing, monthly roundup of appearances in the news media by School of Education and Social Policy faculty, researchers, and our community.

Alumna Purvi Shah: Using Law to Create Social Change

Purvi Shah (BS02), who majored in social policy and political science at Northwestern, founded the Movement Law Lab to seed a new generation of lawyers who can tackle some of America's toughest justice challenges

SESP in the Media: November 2020

An ongoing, monthly roundup of appearances in the news media by School of Education and Social Policy faculty, researchers, and our community.

Loeschner Lecturer Addresses a Growing Crisis: Hunger on College Campuses

Temple University professor Sara Goldrick-Rab, whose research inspired the documentary film “Hungry to Learn,” urged universities to collect data on hunger and food insecurity among their students in the latest installment of the School of Education and Social Policy's Nancy and Ray Loeschner Leadership Series at Northwestern University.

Envisioning Education With Tim Dohrer

Remote teaching will become a standard tool for educators –a bittersweet end to beloved “Snow Days,” Northwestern University’s Tim Dohrer said during a Northwestern Intersections podcast.

Alumna Wins Knowles Fellowship

School of Education and Social Policy alumna Amber Luczak (MS20), a chemistry and physics teacher at Marshall Metro High School in Chicago, has received a five-year fellowship from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation.