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In addition to our Chicago campus, Loyola IPS offers students the opportunity to study both online and in Rome. Elizabeth is just one student taking advantage of our ever-expanding online program. Read below to learn a little more about an online student’s perspective of IPS.
Full Name: Elizabeth Callaghan
Favorites: I follow Australian rules football and [...]
Just from answering a few questions, it is evident that Guzman is the type of person to have a lasting, positive affect on people. With a personality that leaps off the page, Guzman would like to tell you a little more about himself:
A favorite thing: I’m a HUGE Golden State Warrior fan!!!
Hometown: Hayward, California
This past Sunday, Alpha Sigma Nu held its annual Induction Ceremony to welcome new members and recognize the most outstanding new inductee with the Rev. Ronald J. Ferguson, S.J., Award.
This year, that honor went to Staycie Flint from IPS. Congratulations!
The award recognizes a student who has shown extraordinary commitment and care for his or her [...]
Starting this week, IPS will feature a different student on our blog once a week.
It’s a chance to get to know our students better and for our students to connect with one another.
So without further ado…
Full name: Rebekah Turnbaugh
From: Sacramento, CA
What is your previous education?
I graduated in 2008 with a BA in Sociology from [...]
Monday morning marked the first day of work for IPS’s two new graduate assistants.
Layli Carsey and Laine Davis have very different backgrounds, but both came here eager to offer their knowledge and help further improve IPS. They also have only been living in Chicago for about six weeks. Welcome ladies!
Layli, our new Research Assistant, has [...]
Did you ever want to get up close and personal with the Stanley cup, brought home to Chicago by our beloved Blackhawk team?
The Water Tower Campus of Loyola had just such a chance last week while it made a stop at the Bentley Gold Coast dealership (across from the Water Tower Campus) in downtown Chicago [...]
Though your graduation date may have come and gone, your excitement never wanes when you think of that day. Best wishes to all Loyola Graduates, may your paths be smooth and your futures BRIGHT! To watch highlights of Loyola’s 2013 commencement, please click on the Title of this blog post and enjoy it all over [...]
SCUPE, in partnership with the Parliament of the World’s Religions is offering a one-day long workshop on Wednesday, May 22nd to address this question.
Tio Hardiman, director Cure Violence and Ceasefire, Rabbi Joel Mosbacher who’s work on gun legislation was recently featured in the New York Times, and Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid, the chair of the [...]
This past week I accompanied 9 of our students from the MA in Social Justice and Community Development program as we attended the 10th Annual Action Research Conference at the University of San Diego. Our students were asked to come and present their research that they completed during their spring Applied Research course. This course [...]
Loyola University Chicago will be hosting a second Student Graduation Fair. The event will be hosted at the Water Tower Campus from noon-7 p.m. April 4 in Kasbeer Hall.
All degree candidates who plan to participate in their graduation ceremony must wear academic apparel that is purchased through the Grad Fair or Loyola Bookstore. You will [...]