Media Briefing Highlight:

Dr. Michael Dantley (dean, School of Education) was interviewed on the NBC 5 News at Noon for his participation in a CPS Safe Passage Route, alongside additional School of Education faculty and staff. 08.26.13: WMAQ-TV

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of September 2, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 18 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of August 26, 2013. Below are the highlights.

“Responding and committing to seek solutions to environmental and sustainability concerns through transformative education” – This article highlights Loyola’s commitment to sustainability and the new Institute of Environmental Sustainability. 08.15.13: EcoJesuit

“Training journalism needs to invest in technology” – Dr. Donald Heider (dean, School of Communication) is quoted in this article that discusses the importance of technology training for up-and-coming journalists. 08.26.13: JournalismLab

“Gorgeous plaza entry at Loyola marks CTA project’s end” – This article highlights the new Loyola Red Line station on the Lake Shore Campus. This story also ran on Curbed Chicago. 08.27.13: ChicagoNow

Loyola University Chicago students, Erinn Felix and Jade Anderson, were seen on screen holding a Loyola Chicago sign during the E! News 6 p.m. broadcast from the John Hancock Center. 08.30.13: E! News

“On Labor Day, Sales Are Plentiful For Bargain Seekers” – Mary Ann McGrath (professor, Quinlan School of Business) is interviewed in this segment about Labor Day retail sales. 08.30.13: WBBM-TV

John Allen Williams (professor, political science) was interviewed on the WGN News at Nine about the Syrian chemical strike and options for U.S. response. A similar interview was also syndicated on WLS-AM and WYCC-TV. 08.30.13: WGN-TV

“Loyola to host Urban Food Symposium” – This post highlights the Urban Food Symposium that will be at Loyola’s new Institute for Environmental Sustainability on September 7. 08.30.13: Seeding Chicago Blog