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SGPP Professional Development Series

The Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs (SGPP) is excited to offer a series of professional development and career planning workshops. Whether you are a new student in SGPP or about to finish your program, this free series will help you familiarize yourself...

Ed Tech Tips & Tricks

M.Ed. in Learning Design & Technology Program Director, Nancy Van Erp, shares a few of her favorite Ed. Tech. resources and tools https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cqVorj32WW

Megan Vander Lugt, ’17 Elementary Education Graduate

Megan Vander Lugt, a 2017 Elementary Education graduate of Saint Mary’s University in Winona has had quite the adventure since her graduation. After serving as a long-term substitute teacher at a small Catholic school in western Minnesota for a semester after her...

Teach. Learn. Lead.

Teach. Learn. Lead. A conference sponsored by the M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning Program Saturday, April 6, 2019 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 pm. Saint Mary’s University Center The Teach. Learn. Lead. conference showcases action research projects from over 120 practicing preK-12...

Spotlight on M.A. in Education Course-Contracted Faculty

Why the dog?  Brian Ingemann’s commitment to Oak Grove Middle School goes beyond his role as the building principal.  This picture shows Brian Ingemann, principal at Oak Grove Middle School in Bloomington, Minnesota alongside ‘Radar’ the school’s therapy dog.  Brian’s...

15th Annual Doctoral Research Symposium

Saturday, March 2, 2019 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saint Mary's University Center RSVP to attend by February 25 Who should attend? Anyone interested in learning more about gaining a doctorate or exploring new research! Highlights of the Day Doctoral Alumni Panel on...

2019 Missing Voices: Equity in Education Summit

Registration is now open for the 2019 Missing Voices: Equity in Education Summit. This year’s theme is Advocate: Access & Act! At the Missing Voices Summit, community stakeholders engage with one another to increase empathy and understanding of social and racial...

Markeise Russell ’17 Awarded a $60,000 Grant

Recent grad Markeise Russell '17 (M.A. in Educational Leadership) was featured on NBC Chicago this week after he was awarded a $60,000 grant to fund the purchase of more instruments for his music class and provide more opportunities to more students. Check out the...

The Way Kids Spell Love is T-I-M-E

Check out the piece below by Regina Bettag '18, a first-year Lasallian Volunteer serving at De La Salle Blackfeet School in Browning, Mont. https://lasallianvolunteers.org/2018/11/07/the-way-kids-spell-love-is-t-i-m-e/