For the second time in three years, Lisa Washington Kuzel is among the 32 finalist educators who will be considered for the prestigious Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching & Leadership later this spring
In his announcement, interim director Magill remarked that “a new and exciting period of time will soon begin at Earl Shapiro Hall."
Nicholas Pietraszek has been named a top 300 scholar in the Regeneron Science Talent Search
Author of Caste and The Warmth of Other Suns to speak in Jan. 12 virtual event
The nationally acclaimed award recognizes outstanding work from African American fiction writers.
Honored for black hole discovery, Laboratory Schools alum becomes ‘spokesperson for science’
U-High senior Gigi Reece makes noise, and a future
Nonprofit founded by UChicago alumni teaches students essential skills through mock debate
“I realized how lucky I was to have a female science teacher because for a long time, she was the only female science teacher I had,” Ghez said.
Retired chemistry teacher Judy Keane, SB'62, MAT'64, credited with influencing love of science in Nobel Prize winning Lab alumna Andrea Ghez, '83
Renowned astronomer and Lab alum honored for discoveries about black hole at center of universe
"..books can shape children’s minds, their lives, and, in turn, the world they’ll help create.."
The Concord Review is the only academic journal publishing the scholarship of history students from high schools.
the national contest consisted of individual programming problems with a three-hour time limit
Fewer things prompt wonder and creativity in the minds of Lab’s youngest students than the stunning beauty and compact life cycle of the monarch butterfly