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Roche Center's Inaugural Summit on Catholic Schools and Hispanic Families

The Roche Center for Catholic Education brought together 200 thought leaders for the first-ever "National Summit on Catholic Schools and Hispanic Families." The conversation focused on exploring different opportunities for Catholic schools to adopt new strategies to better service Hispanic families.

Long-Term Math Success Predicted by Early Exposure

Professor Dearing and other researchers who serve on the Development and Research in Early Math Education (DREME) Network explain the long-term developmental benefits of exploring basic math concepts with preschool-age children. The DREME Network has launched a number of initiatives that help parents teach their kids math through simple activities.

Should Higher Education Be Free?

Professor Diana Pullin and other experts in higher education debate one of the most popular policy concerns of the 2016 presidential debate: the cost of college. Pullin, a professor of education law and publicy policy, argues that the answer requires an understanding of the consensus of what should be "free" and the responsibilities of the state and federal governments in higher education.


LSOE in Autumn

Upcoming Admission Events

Doctoral Open House   Register 
Thursday, October 13, 2016 
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
McGuinn Hall

Master's Open House   Register
Tuesday, October 25, 2016  
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Corcoran Commons

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Endowed Chairs Colloquium Series Ft. Henry Braun

Wednesday, October 5

12:00 p.m.

The Endowed Chairs Colloquium Series will feature Dr. Henry Braun, Boisi Professor of Education and Public Policy. Dr. Braun will present "How Long is the Shadow? The Relationship of Parental Education to Selected Adult Outcomes: Results from PIAAC" in Campion 139.

Lynch School Night at the McMullen Museum

Wednesday, October 5

5:30 p.m.

The McMullen Museum will host a Lynch School Night featuring the James-Dentello Chamber Duo. The event will run from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Space is limited (first come, first served).

Symposia Series Ft. Margaret Beale Spencer

Thursday, October 20

4:30 p.m.

Stanton Wortham, Charles F. Donovan, S.J., Dean of the Lynch School of Education, invites you to "Privilege and Critical Race Perspectives' Intersectional Contributions to a Systems Theory of Human Development" featuring Margaret Beale Spencer.

Diversity Challenge

Friday, October 28 to Saturday, October 29 

An interdisciplinary forum in which a variety of perspectives are explored. Concurrent sessions include workshops, individual presentations, structured discussions, and symposia. There will also be a networking luncheon/poster session and invited speaker panels. For registration and information, visit

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