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What Will Happen to Undocumented Doctors?

Stritch School of Medicine students discuss their experience as individuals with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status and what happens if the program is repealed. 2.2.17: The Atlantic

Breakfast benefit speakers address relevance of Catholic education, values it provides students

Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, (president) is mentioned for presenting this year’s Catholic Education Breakfast keynote address, which highlighted the relevance of catholic education. The event was hosted by Cardinal Blase J. Cupich. Similar coverage appeared on WFLD-TV. 1.29.17: Chicago Catholic

Why Facebook should hire a chief ethicist: Column

Don Heider, PhD, (dean, School of Communication) penned this piece advising tech companies to hire chief ethicists to combat the spread of fake news. Similar coverage appeared on WBBM-AM. 1.8.17: USA Today

College career services offices are no longer last stop for soon-to-be grads

This story highlights Loyola’s Career Development Center and adjustments the center has made to expand and better prepare students for careers. Kathryn Jackson (director, Career Development Center) is quoted on student engagement with the center’s social media presence. 12.29.16: Chicago Tribune

Therapy horses, bubble-wrap rooms aim to relieve college students’ end-of-semester stress

This article highlights efforts by Chicagoland universities to relieve end-of-the-semester stress for students. Loyola’s counseling groups are mentioned, and David deBoer, PhD, (associate director, Wellness Center) is quoted on promoting a sense of well-being and academic success. 12.1.16: Chicago Tribune

Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich Is Now A Cardinal, And It’s A Big Deal

Michael Murphy, PhD, (instructor, theology, and director, Catholic studies) is interviewed in this Q&A on the elevation of Archbishop Blase Cupich to Cardinal, his new role, and what it means to the Chicago community. 11.19.16: WBEZ.org

Decades later, relatives awarded soldier’s Purple Heart

Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Yandura (chair and professor, military science) is mentioned for finding a Purple Heart certificate and returning it to the recipient’s family. Similar coverage appeared in The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press and was syndicated via the Associated Press. 11.11.16: WJR-AM

Theo Epstein’s managerial strategy

Sara Gramata (lecturer, Quinlan School of Business) is interviewed on Cubs President Theo Epstein’s managerial strategy that led the organization to winning the World Series. 11.3.16: CNNI


What CEOs could learn from the Cubs’ Joe Maddon

Sarah Gramata (lecturer, Quinlan School of Business) authored this piece on adopting Cubs manager Joe Maddon’s management principles and applying them to the business world. 10.23.16: Crain’s Chicago Business


Robots inspiring STEM education in schools

George Thiruvathukal, PhD, (professor, computer science, and director, departmental computing) is interviewed about the importance of STEM and robots’ role in education. 10.15.16: WLS-TV

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