Education & Social Service

May–June/13

Janice Guzon, ’14, will never see perfectly, but she’s focused on helping others.

04.05.2013

Facebook’s oldest user, Edythe Kirchmaier, 105, has some suggestions for you.
Jan–Feb/13

A new University program helps Chicago high school students navigate obstacles to college.

Nov–Dec/12

A two-day workshop helps grad students shift to the other side of the desk.

Sept–Oct/12

New Girl Scout chief of staff Nhadine Leung, AB’90, bleeds green.

May–June/12

The International Baccalaureate program raises high schoolers’ chances of attending—and finishing—college.
May–June/12

Jessie Taft, PhB 1905, PhD 1913, was a matriarch of modern social work.

The Core, Winter/12

In San Francisco and Chicago, College alumni transform education through programs that are innovative, old-fashioned, and free.
01.18.2012

Woodson Middle School’s “difficult kids” get to know their principal—and each other—well.

01.11.2012

Excerpts from our conversation with retired Laboratory Schools teacher Vivian Gussin Paley, PhB’47.

Jan–Feb/12

Retired Laboratory Schools teacher Vivian Gussin Paley, PhB’47, writes about the importance of play in early schooling