Cultural & Educational Policy Studies Graduate Student Association
Welcome! CGSA is comprised of both graduate students and alumni who are interested or active in the fields that comprise Cultural and Educational Policy Studies (CEPS) at Loyola: Comparative & International Education, History of Education, Philosophy of Education, and Sociology of Education. We are advised by Professor Noah Sobe. The purpose of CGSA is to represent students and alumni of the CEPS program at Loyola University Chicago, encourage participation in the activities and events that pertain the association, inform members of career opportunities in the Chicago area and worldwide, and promote alumni mentorship of active student-members. Our meetings will include, but are not limited to alumni panels, discussions of formal conference attendance and paper presentations, and reviewing academic writing, peer-to-peer. As a community, we are actively engaged in presenting research at our regional, national and international meetings. The expansiveness of the field of cultural and educational policy studies benefits significantly from a large and diverse community of active members; we invite you to join us as we exchange ideas regarding this exciting and important field.
|Category||Sponsored Student Organization|
|Keywords||culture, cultural, education, education policy, comparative, history, international, philosophy, sociology, policy studies, k-12, higher education, primary education, secondary education, language, qualitative, quantitative, case study, UN, foreign policy, domestic policy, cooperation, exchange, globalization, economics|
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Dr. Noah Sobe