Loyola University Chicago

Center for Experiential Learning

Our Staff

Annie Kelly, MEd

Title/s: Learning Portfolio Program Manager

Office #: Sullivan Center 295

Phone: 773.508.3952

E-mail: akelly2@luc.edu

External Webpage: https://w.taskstream.com/ts/kelly322/AnnieKellyPortfolio.html

About

Passionate about creating high impact learning environments and integrative learning experiences for students, Annie is excited to be joining the Center for Experiential Learning team where she will be coordinating the Learning Portfolio Program! Prior to joining CEL, Annie served as an Academic Advisor for Loyola University Chicago’s First and Second Year Advising and the Interdisciplinary Honors Program. Within this role, Annie taught sections of UNIV 101: First-Year Seminar, UNIV 112: Strategies for Learning, and UNIV 102: Being An Agent of Social Change integrating learning portfolios into the curriculum and facilitating critical reflection and learning experiences for students centered around Loyola’s Jesuit mission, social justice, and student success.

Prior to joining First and Second Year Advising, Annie worked in her home state of Kentucky as an Assistant Director of New Student and Family Programs at the University of Kentucky where she collaborated with faculty and staff to integrate the Common Reading Experience into curriculum and programs, as well as facilitated trainings for UK 101: First Year Seminar instructors on engaging pedagogies and active learning strategies. 

Annie earned a graduate degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina where she coordinated USC’s Supplemental Instruction Program focusing on high impact peer-to-peer learning and partnered with faculty on student success initiatives. She is a proud alumna of Saint Louis University Bachelor of Arts program in History and Education. 

To learn more about Annie’s personal and professional experiences, please visit her Learning Portfolio, annieckelly.weebly.com/.

Degrees

Master of Education in Higher Education and Student Affairs, University of South Carolina

Bachelor of Arts in History and Secondary Education, Saint Louis University