Media Briefing Highlight:

“The Devil’s in the Performance-Based Details” Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. (president and CEO, Loyola University Chicago) penned this editorial in response to the current reauthorization of the Higher Education Act. This op-ed was featured in the AJCU Higher Ed News e-newsletter this week. 10.07.13: The Chronicle of Higher Education

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of October 14, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 10 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of October 7, 2013. Below are the highlights.

“Social Media Sponsored Content Disclosure and SEO” – Loyola University Chicago is mentioned in this article as the host of “Winning Trust in the Social Age: Transparency Best Practices & Battling Deception in Social Media” as part of Social Media Week in Chicago. David Kamerer (assistant professor, School of Communication) is also quoted in the article. 10.07.13: The Huffington Post

“If the price is right, do values matter?” – Dr. Alexei Marcoux (associate professor, Quinlan School of Business) is featured in this article for his recent appearance at the Business Ethics Speaker Series, in which he spoke on the importance of a CEO’s personal values among buyers and sellers. 10.09.13: Canadian Business Magazine

Loyola University Chicago was featured in the Catholic Climate Covenant’s weekly newsletter for the University’s celebration of the Feast of St. Francis, which included a panel discussion about the science and theology of climate change. 10.10.13: Catholic Climate Covenant Weekly Update

“Israel conference: Cavemen discovered recycling” – Dr. Daniel Amick (associate professor, anthropology) is quoted in this article discussing the parallels between recycling in the prehistoric era versus today. This article appeared in multiple outlets nationwide. 10.11.13: Associated Press

“Judge should release Koschman report” – This letter to the editor is written by Dr. George Anastaplo (professor, School of Law) discussing the issues surrounding homelessness. 10.11.13: Chicago Sun-Times

“Family concerns come second to cult of the entrepreneur” – Andrew Keyt (executive director, Family Business Center) is quoted in this article discussing the contrasting views of entrepreneurs versus families in business portrayed by the US media. 10.13.13: Financial Times