I lead courses and workshops that blend hands-on activities with dynamic group discussion and thoughtful analysis of primary and secondary sources. I bring extensive historical knowledge to the classroom along with an earnest enthusiasm for facilitating meaningful education for students, teachers, and adult learners.
Chicago's History of Conflict
Teacher Program, Newberry Library, Chicago IL (January – February 2019)
Adult Education Seminar, Newberry Library, Chicago IL (July 2018)
Pre-College Summer Scholars Program, Loyola University Chicago, IL (July 2017)
Graduate School, Loyola University Chicago, IL (January 2016)
Graduate School, Loyola University Chicago, IL (May 2017)
Pre-College Summer Scholars Program, Loyola University Chicago, IL (July 2016)
Adult Education Seminar, Newberry Library, Chicago IL (June-July 2019)
Teacher Program, Newberry Library, Chicago IL (January 2019)
I can clearly see the connections from events that took place a long time ago and how they affect current day situations … I almost feel as though I look at things differently now and when walking around, I can see something and think of how that relates to something that happened many years ago.
– Undergraduate Student, United States History
A scholar with heart. So much we could learn from this historian.
– Adult Learner, Riots and Protest
I wanted to be able to tackle my project in a truly tangible way. I needed to limit all of the ideas I had into a feasible project. I feel like I now have the tools to do that. [Boyle] spoke clearly and concisely, and made us understand why we took the steps we did.
– Graduate Student, Project Management
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