AN OFFICIAL BLOGGER OF THE Graduate School
“How do I apply for a student loan? How much should I borrow? When will I need to pay these back?”
Whether you have been borrowing loans for years or just considering the option, you probably have some questions. To answer those questions, the Graduate School and the Office of Financial Aid is hosting [...]
Do you find the research and writing process isolating? Are you dealing with writer’s block? Are members of your committee steering you in five different directions? Are you smoking more cigarettes than ever before? Are you procrastinating so much that your kitchen has never been cleaner?
Completing research projects is difficult work—but you do not have [...]
The Research Mentoring Program (RMP) is designed to support doctoral students in their dissertation research while providing an opportunity for undergraduates to learn more about graduate studies and graduate-level research. As a participant, doctoral students will receive a $1,000 stipend for their summer mentoring and a budget of up to $500 for their research costs. [...]
Don’t think finances are hilarious? Let us change your mind! Comedy Improv and 45 Kings meets Financial Aid in this entertaining and enlightening look into financial literacy for undergrad and graduate students. Come to the Damen Center for some laughs about loans.
What: Financial Literacy Improv with 45 Kings
When: Wednesday, November 20th, 4:00 – 6:00pm
Where: Damen [...]
Thanks to an Enhancing Student Financial Education Grant, the Graduate School is offering a fifteen-month graduate assistantship to a student currently enrolled in a doctoral program housed in the Graduate School. The Graduate Assistant will assist Graduate School staff, Graduate Program Directors, and key personnel from the Washington-based Council of Graduate Schools on a new grant [...]
The Graduate School is offering a one-year assistantship to a doctoral student currently enrolled in a graduate program in the Graduate School. The Graduate Assistant will work directly with other graduate students in supporting the submission and formatting of their theses and dissertations. The successful applicant must be highly organized and extremely detail-oriented. In addition, [...]
Need some assistance in scheduling time for your writing? Need a little “kick” to get you going? Think about participating in the Graduate School’s Boot Camp– a week-long, all-day program designed to support you in completing your dissertation, run by Dr. Dina Berger, History Department and Dr. Jessica Horowitz, Assistant Dean in the Graduate School. [...]
The Hinsdale Historical Society proudly presents, Chicagoland Horticulture and Floriculture, presented by Gregory Ruth, Doctoral candidate in History at Loyola University Chicago. This presentation will look at the history and trends of horticulture and floriculture in the Chicago area. Experience how our local greenhouses and oral enterprises influenced these trends and how they helped develop [...]
On December 19, 2012, the PMF Program Office selected approximately 1,600 (of 12,000 applicants) Masters level graduates as semi-finalists for the PMF award. Loyola University Chicago had five semi-finalists – three from the Masters of Urban Affairs and Public Policy (MUAPP) Program. We would like to congratulate Evan Phillips, Julie Glasier, and Tim Hacker from [...]
Are you a doctoral student who has started your dissertation process and who would also like the opportunity to mentor an undergraduate research assistant? If so, consider applying for the competitive Summer Research Mentoring program sponsored by the Graduate School.
This summer program is designed to support doctoral students in their dissertation research while providing an [...]