Through presentations and discussions of relevant topics in education, each 30-minute Smart Lunch allows time for a presentation and Q&A session with attendees via Zoom.
Join the Purdue University Northwest Community Counseling Center for a moderated discussion with local mental health professionals on their experiences working in private practice.
The School of Education and Counseling is proud to present their second presentation for the Fall 2021 semester's "Spotlight: Highlighting Faculty Research in the School of Education and Counseling” series.
As part of the CHESS Distinguished Speakers Series, Manuel Martin-Rodriguez, Ph.D., Professor of Literature give an an in-depth look at how Mexico and Mexicans are represented in children’s films, and why it is important to analyze that field.
Scholarship workshop open to School of Education and Counseling students, they will be able to complete the application and learn about additional scholarship opportunities.
CHESS Faculty and Staff are invited to join us for a “working convocation”. We will engage to reinvigorate and build lasting relationships.
Let's CHEER on our hockey team! CHESS faculty, staf, and students are invited for a night of hockey, food and giveaways.
This paper uses a multimodal framework to discuss how children use graphical devices to mediate text and craft new meanings altogether.
Join a virtual celebration for International Mother Language Day exploring how languages and multilingualism can advance diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging!
Rachel Haverlock, Ph.D. associate professor of English, at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Founder and Director of UIC Freshwater Lab discusses the Great Lakes as part of the CHESS Distinguished Speaker Series.