The Chicago School's practitioner-focused teaching model hinges on our innovative faculty. Chicago School professors are highly experienced practitioners and leaders in their respective fields. Through their work on the front lines of the psychology profession, students gain insight and wisdom that extends far beyond the bounds of theory. Faculty members pride themselves on their accessibility to students, which helps create a close-knit academic learning community.
Our faculty members participate in programs to measure their effectiveness as teachers and receive year-round training in attitudes, behaviors and processes that support student learning. In addition, we systematically evaluate student learning outcomes and apply the assessment skills and 360-degree feedback tools of the psychology field to help students better understand and capitalize on their unique learning styles.
The Chicago School participates in the Diversifying Higher Education Faculty in Illinois Program, which seeks to increase the number of underrepresented faculty and staff in Illinois institutions of higher education and higher education governing boards.
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