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“Brother studying at Loyola nominated for Opus Prize”

Bannakaroli Brother, Charles Nuwagaba, (student, pastoral counseling) was featured in this article. Brother Charles was recognized for being nominated for the $1 million Opus Prize awarded each year to a faith-based leader in humanitarian efforts. Micael Clarke, PhD, (associate professor, English) was also quoted. 11.6.19: Chicago Catholic


“Love in the workplace: Here’s why McDonald’s had to fire CEO Steve Easterbrook”

Tom Luetkemeyer, JD, (adjunct professor, School of Law) was quoted in this article. He detailed why the McDonald’s Corporation had to take action against the CEO and the consequences the strict zero tolerance policy on office relationships can potentially have for the company. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally, nationally and globally. 11.5.19: Chicago Tribune


“How the Chicago Teachers Union Contract Helps Students, Teachers”

Malik Henfield, PhD, (dean, School of Education) was interviewed in this segment. He highlighted the outcome of the Chicago Teachers Union strike and the changes that the new contract will bring to students. 11.4.19: WTTW


“Gig economy: Uber launches new app to connect employers with temp staff”

Peter Norlander, PhD, (assistant professor, Quinlan School of Business ) was quoted in this article. He highlighted the possible risks Uber will face with the new Uber Works app. 10.4.19: CGTN


“Pompeo, Democrats Trade Intimidation Charges in Trump Probe”

John Dehn, JD, (associate professor, School of Law and faculty director, National Security and Civil Rights Program) was interviewed in this segment about the possible impeachment of Donald Trump. 10.2.19: WTTW


“Loyola To Offer Free College Program To Aurora Students”

This article featured the partnership between the city of Aurora and Loyola University Chicago to offer a free college program to graduates of the Chicago suburb’s high schools. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally and nationally. 9.22.19: CBS Chicago


Do Cash Rewards For Crime Tips Work?

Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) was quoted in this article. He detailed why sometimes a cash reward can be beneficial. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally and nationally. 9.17.19: NPR Illinois


22 million pounds of plastics enter the Great Lakes each year. Most of the pollution pours into Lake Michigan.

Timothy Hoellein, PhD, (assistant professor, biology) was interviewed in this article about his research on the effects of micro-plastics in the Great Lakes on humans. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally and nationally.


Remembering The Life And Legacy Of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison

Badia Sahar Ahad, PhD, (associate professor, English) was interviewed in this segment about the impact Toni Morrison had on African-American voices.


Fed Cuts Interest Rates for First Time Since 2008 Recession

Anastasios (Tassos) G. Malliaris, PhD, (Walter F. Mullady, Sr. professor, Quinlan School of Business) was interviewed in this segment. He discussed how the Federal Reserve may have lowered interest rates due to public pressure from Donald Trump.

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