Media Briefing Highlight:

Ready to Ramble: Loyola volleyball in final four” – Multiple members of Loyola’s men’s volleyball team are quoted in this article describing their journey to the NCAA final four. 05.01.13: Redeye

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of May 6, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 13 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of April 29, 2013. Below are the highlights.

“Loyola Med Student Named to Prestigious NIH Research Scholars Program”Current Stritch School of Medicine student, Robin Ortiz, is mentioned in this article for her National Institutes of Health (NIH) Medical Research Scholars Program (MRSP) selection. 04.30.13: Newswise

“Garden blooms on Loyola roof”Loyola’s rooftop gardens are mentions in this article along with the creation of the Institute of Environmental Sustainability. 05.01.13: Medill Reports

Tie Pay to Value, Not Market Data, Experts Advise” – Dow Scott (professor, Quinlan School of Business) is quoted in this article discussing the impact that reward incentives have on job performance. 05.02.13: Society for Human Resource Management

“April homicides fewest since ’60s”Robert Lombardo (associate professor, criminal justice) is quoted in this article discussing the effect of the number of patrolling police officers on the rate of crime in Chicago. 05.02.13: Chicago Tribune

Loyola hosts nursing students from Shanghai Institute of Health Sciences” – Loyola’s Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing is mentioned as the host of an exchange program with the Shanghai Institute of Health Sciences. 05.03.13:

“Has Caterpillar met its equal?”Mike Zimmer (clinical professor, School of Law) is quoted in this article discussing the business practices of Caterpillar Inc. 05.06.13: Crain’s Chicago Business

Teen immigrant angst, a factor in bombings?” – Current Stritch School of Medicine student Marko Mamic is quoted in this article discussing how immigrant status may have impacted the Boston Marathon bombers. This article appeared in multiple outlets. 05.06.13: Associated Press

How To Double Your Happiness” – Fred Bryant (professor, psychology) is quoted discussing the scientific effect that savoring has on happiness. May issue: Prevention