Media Briefing Highlight:

Catholic Education, in Need of Salvation – Patrick J. McCloskey (clinical instructor, School of Education) penned this editorial discussing the importance of Catholic schools in today’s society. 01.06.13: The New York Times

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of January 14, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 12 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the weeks of December 31, 2012 and January 7, 2013. Below are the highlights.

Advancing Transparency in Law School Employment Data: The ABA’s New Standard 509” – David Yellen (dean, School of Law) penned this editorial about how the American Bar Association is working to improve transparency of post-grad employment data for law schools. December 2012: The Bar Examiner

Beware Spice Abuse – Dr. Christina Hantsch (professor, Stritch School of Medicine) is quoted in this article about the dangers of abusing common household spices. 01.02.13: Discovery News

Robert M. Lombardo (associate professor, criminal justice) appeared on Chicago Tonight to promote his new book, Organized Crime in Chicago: Beyond the Mafia. 01.03.13: WTTW-TV

Katie J. Hession, associate vice president, Loyola University Chicago – Katie Hession (associate vice president, University Marketing and Communication) is the focus of this article describing her recent promotion. 01.03.13: Chicago Tribune

The secret reason for the death of the innocents in Newtown – Eugene Cullen Kennedy (professor emeritus, psychology) penned this editorial reflecting on the Newtown, Connecticut, tragedy. 01.04.13: National Catholic Reporter

Score with the Big Four – Alyson Ryan (director, Business Career Services) provides insightful tips in this article related to how to get noticed by job recruiters. Winter 2012: Insight Magazine

Keep Kids Safe from Old Man Winter” – Dr. Tony Pangan (assistant professor, Stritch School of Medicine) is quoted in this article offering tips to keep children healthy and safe in the cold weather. 01.08.13: Newswise

Chicago revamps community policing programArthur Lurigio (professor, criminal justice and associate dean, College of Arts and Sciences) is quoted in this article discussing the Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy, or CAPS. 01.08.13: The BEZ

What will become of South Africa after Mandela?” – Al Gini (professor, Quinlan School of Business) penned this editorial reflecting on Nelson Mandela’s impact and discussing the future of South Africa. 01.08.13: The BEZ

Chicago colleges gear up for returning students amid flu outbreak” – Diane Asaro (director, Wellness Center) is quoted in this article describing the preventive measures that Loyola is taking to protect its students from the flu. 01.11.13: RedEye

American Academy of Nursing inducts fellows at meeting” – Vicki Keough (dean, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing) is mentioned in this article as one of the Fellows recently inducted into the American Academy of Nursing. 01.14.13: