Saint Xavier University Chicago Campus

Meet Our Faculty

Meet The Education Faculty

Saint Xavier University's Education Department provides faculty that offer an enriched, supportive learning environment that promotes the attainment of knowledge and expression. Please take a moment to meet our talented faculty.

carroll
Office: WAC G-204
Phone: 773-298-3212
Email: carroll@sxu.edu

Margaret Carroll
Professor

  • Ed.D., Loyola University of Chicago, Curriculum and Instruction
  • M.A., Chicago State University, Learning Disabilities
  • B.A., University of Illinois in Urbana, Elementary Education and Special Education
Michele Jolivette
Office: WAC G-210
Phone: 773-298-3487
Email: jolivette@sxu.edu

Michele Jolivette
Assistant Professorial Lecturer and Licensure Officer

  • Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, Curriculum and Instruction
  • M.Ed., University of Illinois at Chicago, Educational Leadership
mcinerney
Office: WAC G-214
Phone: 773-298-3591
Email: mcinerney@sxu.edu

Kathleen McInerney
Professor

  • Ph.D., University of Iowa, Language, Literacy and Culture
  • M.A., SUNY Fredonia, English
Sheryl O'Sullivan
Office: WAC G-213
Phone: 773-298-3889
Email: sosullivan@sxu.edu

Sheryl O'Sullivan
Associate Professorial Lecturer

  • Post-doctoral study, M.A., Azusa Pacific University, Theology and Ethics
  • Post-doctoral study, University of South Florida, Educational Administration
  • Ed.D., Ball State University, Education (Reading, Early Childhood)
  • M.S., Southern Illinois University, Elementary Education
  • B.S., Ball State University, Elementary Education
reinhart
Office: WAC G-211
Phone: 773-298-5030
Email: jreinhart@sxu.edu

Julie Reinhart
Professor

  • Ph.D., Indiana University in Bloomington, Instructional Systems Technology
  • M.Ed., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Curriculum and Instruction
spelman
Office: WAC G-209
Phone: 773-298-3435
Email: spelman@sxu.edu

Maureen Spelman
Professor

  • Ed.D., Loyola University Chicago, Curriculum and Instruction
  • M.S., Loyola University Chicago, Curriculum and Instruction