Inspired by the poem "The Loneliest Journey is the Journey of a Faithful Woman," "Ga-AD!" is a play-poetry hybrid that explores the role of women…
Amber C. Richardson, a first-year graduate student in the specialist in school psychology program, is a 2018 recipient of the Donald F. McHenry Fellowship.
CTLT's Foundations of Diversity and Inclusion, a three-part workshop series, begins September 14. Faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited to register for one or…
An internationally-recognized student success scholar, highly acclaimed public speaker, and award-winning writer, Strayhorn is the founding CEO of Do Good Work Educational Consulting.
A new student group is working to bring attention to the experiences that LGBTQ students face throughout their education.
Organizers are looking for proposals for the Fall 2018 Culturally Responsive Campus Community (CRCC) Conference.
Performances for the highly acclaimed drama will run September 26-29 as part of the Crossroads Project.
BCA is bringing out the soul and energy during Homecoming with a special concert by Kindred the Family Soul. Alumni, students, and the community are…
Updates to the Mentoring and Academic Scholarship Achievement Initiative will help address students' needs and goals.
The Chicago Teacher Education Pipeline will launch a new partnership with Latinos Progresando, a community-based organization in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood.