The Case for Teaching Mindfulness in the Classroom


The Bilingual Brain

Research shows that attending to multiple languages helps sharpen attention, memory, and processing. Explore the many cognitive benefits of bilingualism for both young and old.

Alison Paul (MA '12)


Taking Education Outside the Classroom Walls

Alison Paul (MA ’12) connects Chicago youth to nature using the lessons learned in the SCFE program.

Intertwining Research, Service, and Training

Intertwining Research, Service,
and Teaching 

Melissa Ockerman, Associate Professor in Counseling, discusses how her work outside the university influences her teaching.

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Sport, Fitness and Recreation Leadership (MS)

T​his fully-online program differs from a typical sport management degree by focusing on the holistic care and health of athletes and individuals in fitness and recreation settings .

Undergraduate Majors

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The College of Education prepares educators, counselors, and leaders who are committed to creating compassionate, intellectually rich and socially just environments.

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Good News

Sonia Soltero was invited to participate in the Inaugural Regional Roundtable Future of Latinos in the US: Law, Opportunity, and Mobility convened by the American Bar Foundation and Northwestern University.

Melissa Ockerman co-edited a special issue of The Professional Counselor, titled, "School Counselors and a Multi-Tiered System of Supports: Cultivating Systemic Change and Equitable Outcomes". 

As a member of the Ethics Commission of Victims of State Crimes, Stephen Haymes was invited to Colombia in September to participate in the formal signing ceremony of the final peace agreement for the termination of conflict between the Government of Colombia and the insurgency in Havana, Cuba.

Graduate Programs

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Framed within a commitment to promote and support diversity, the College of Education prepares all of its students to be "Urban Professional Multicultural Educators".

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Past Features

Miss an update? Browse our editorial archives and explore past alumni articles, faculty features and topics in education.

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Celebrating Teachers

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The College of Education is honoring teachers who have significantly impacted the lives of DePaul seniors. These videos offer a poignant, personal thanks that students offered, and give insight as to why these honoree teachers choose to teach and what advice they offer those new to the profession.

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