Media Briefing Highlight:

“Changing Course: Business Schools Cut Programs” – Kathleen Getz (dean, Quinlan School of Business) is quoted in this article discussing the elimination of the Quinlan School of Business’ executive M.B.A. program based in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 11.07.13: The Wall Street Journal

MEDIA BRIEFING: Week of November 11, 2013

This week’s briefing includes more than 10 media clips featuring Loyola University Chicago, all identified during the week of November 4, 2013. Below are the highlights.

“Loyola’s first season in Missouri Valley filled with unknowns” – This article is about the Loyola University Chicago men’s basketball team and its inaugural season in the Missouri Valley Conference. Porter Moser (head coach, men’s basketball) is also quoted in the article discussing the team’s transition into the new conference. 11.04.13: Chicago Sun-Times

“Absence of Adult Autism Services Drives Disparities & Costs” – Dr. Nanette Elster (lecturer, Stritch School of Medicine) is quoted in this article discussing the challenges that autistic adults face when applying for state-run health services. 11.07.13: Psychology Today

“No Room for Emanuel to Jail Gun Criminals Tormenting City” – Dr. David Olson (professor, criminal justice) is quoted in this article discussing the financial impact of the increase in Illinois’ prison population. This article also appeared in Businessweek and the Chicago Tribune. 11.07.13: Bloomberg

“Loyola Red Line Station Reopens” – Loyola University Chicago was featured on the NBC 5 News at 5 p.m. for the recent renovation of the Loyola Red Line CTA station. Father Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. (president and CEO, Loyola University Chicago) was interviewed in the segment. This story also appeared on WLS-TV and DNAinfo Chicago. 11.08.13: WMAQ-TV