- Loyola University Chicago 2016 Commencement Speakers
- Loyola University Chicago Unveils Center for Translational Research and Education
- Most Veterans Return to Chicago Unprepared for Civilian Life, Study Finds
- Loyola University Chicago Hosts Catholic and Business Leaders to Discuss the Intersection of Business and Social Justice
- Loyola University Chicago Seeks Nominees for 23rd Annual Illinois Family Business of the Year Awards
- Impact of Eminent Domain the Focus of Upcoming Panel Discussion and New Art Exhibition
- Loyola University Chicago Libraries Hosts Centennial Celebration of Carl Sandburg’s Chicago Poems
- Loyola University Chicago and the International Jesuit Ecology Project Launch Free Digital Environmental Science Textbook
- Loyola University Chicago to Host Forum on the State of Lead Poisoning in Chicago and Cook County
- Loyola University Chicago Unveils Community Partnership Model to Further Engagement with Rogers Park and Edgewater Neighbors
Loyola University Chicago is pleased to announce the individuals who will address graduates at the University’s 146th annual Commencement ceremonies, which will be held May 10–13, 15, and 21 at the Lake Shore Campus.
Loyola University Chicago will open an innovative medical research and education center April 21 on its Health Sciences Division campus in Maywood, Illinois.
Many service members leaving the military and returning to the Chicagoland area are not prepared for the transition home and have a range of needs that cannot be easily addressed by a single organization, according to a new University of Southern California report released Tuesday. Among the research statistics were high rates of unemployment/underemployment, homelessness and suicide risk.
Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business, in cooperation with Loyola’s Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage and the Lumen Christi Institute, will host a discussion exploring Pope Francis’s message about economic disparity and the means to address it from the perspective of business. Following networking and lunch, esteemed French economist Gaël Giraud, S.J., will headline a panel of Catholic leaders on business’s important role in responding to environmental and social issues.
The Family Business Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business is seeking nominees for its 23rd annual Illinois Family Business of the Year Awards. Presented in six categories, the awards recognize companies with a strong commitment to family and family business. The center continues to recognize deserving family businesses and celebrate the family enterprise as it has for more than two decades.
The Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) and Loyola University Chicago’s Center for Urban Research and Learning (CURL) will host a panel discussion on how eminent domain has and will continue to affect the lives of Americans across the country. This discussion will be led by local photographer Richard Wasserman, whose exhibition, Community Uprooted: Eminent Domain in the U.S., is now on view at LUMA. The opening reception for the exhibition will follow the panel discussion.
The Loyola University Chicago Libraries spring gala, “SINGING SO PROUD,” will honor the 100-year anniversary of Carl Sandburg’s Chicago Poems. The fundraiser will feature a keynote address from Illinois Poet Laureate Kevin Stein, PhD, and poetry readings by several notable government and cultural figures.
Loyola University Chicago and the International Jesuit Ecology Project (IJEP) have launched Healing Earth, a free digital environmental science textbook. Available online, the textbook is intended for fourth-year secondary school students, first-year university students, adult learners, and independent learners worldwide.
Representatives from the City of Chicago and Cook County public health departments, as well as national experts in lead poisoning, will gather at Loyola University Chicago to discuss working together to combat issues surrounding lead poisoning and its devastating impact on families in local communities. The day’s topics include the primary sources of lead poisoning and effects on children, current strategies in place to address the problem in Chicago and Cook County, and additional tactics that need to be implemented to eliminate lead poisoning in the most vulnerable communities.
Loyola University Chicago is launching Lake Shore Community Partners, an innovative community partnership that builds on the University’s existing relationships within the Rogers Park and Edgewater communities and will improve the quality of life for residents through thoughtful economic and social efforts.