Doctoral Research Dialogue Series

The Institute for Daisaku Ikeda Studies in Education introduced the Doctoral Research Dialogue Series, which brings DePaul graduate students engaged in Makiguchi and Ikeda studies into dialogue with doctoral students from other universities who are engaged in similar scholarship. The Series began on October 15, 2015 with a lecture by Julie Nagashima, a doctoral candidate … More Doctoral Research Dialogue Series

DePaul Students Visit Hiroshima and Nagasaki

In January 2015, the DePaul University College of Education introduced a new course on the Soka educational philosophy and nuclear abolition as part of a Japan study abroad program focused on intercultural dialogue and nuclear abolition. Seventeen graduate and undergraduate students from across the university and various academic programs engaged in the intensive 5-week course, … More DePaul Students Visit Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Dean Zionts Visits Soka University, Soka High School

DePaul University College of Education Dean Paul Zionts and Institute for Daisaku Ikeda Studies in Education Director Jason Goulah visited Soka University and Soka High School in Tokyo, Japan. During their visit December 7-11, 2015, they met with Soka University Provost Hirotomo Teranishi, Education Department Dean Masashi Suzuki, and Soka Education Research Institute Director Koichi … More Dean Zionts Visits Soka University, Soka High School

Faculty Profile – Dr. Jason Goulah

Originally posted on LLC:
Q: What initiatives have you been working on recently? A: Within the Department of Leadership, Language and Curriculum, the most recent thing is creating undergraduate minors in bilingual education (BE) and English as a second language (ESL). We did this because non-native English speakers in the US are increasing dramatically and…