- Marketing and Advertising Experts Available to Discuss Super Bowl XLIX
- Loyola University Chicago’s School of Education Creates Andrew M. Greeley Endowed Chair for Catholic Education
- Loyola University Chicago Announces World’s First Online-Only Master’s Programs in Global Competition Law
- Loyola University Museum of Art Presents Three Shaker Exhibitions
- Loyola University Chicago Dean Makes National List of Most Influential People in Legal Education for Second Year
- Rauf Family Statement and Memorial Information
- An Update on Safety, Transportation, and Remembering Mutahir Rauf
- Memorial Service for Mutahir Rauf
- Mutahir Rauf Murder Investigation
- Remembering Mutahir Rauf
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Loyola University Chicago’s School of Education has announced the creation of the Andrew M. Greeley Endowed Chair for Catholic Education. The position recognizes a faculty member who contributes to the support and improvement of effective K-12 Catholic schools and his/her continued leadership through service and scholarship.
The Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies, an international leader in teaching, research, publication, and advocacy in the competition and consumer law fields at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law, is pleased to announce the world’s first online-only master’s programs in Global Competition Law for lawyers and working professionals in the field.
The first major presentation of Shaker art, design, and theology in Chicago will be on display at the Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) February 7 through April 26.
The National Jurist has named Loyola University Chicago School of Law Dean David N. Yellen as one of the “25 most influential people in legal education” for the second year in a row. In the publication’s January 2015 issue, Yellen jumped from 17th to 5th on the list of those named.
Mokaram Rauf, brother of Loyola student Mutahir Rauf, who was recently shot and killed, will speak to media on behalf of the family on Tuesday, December 9 at 9 a.m., in the Mundelein Center on Loyola University Chicago’s Lake Shore Campus.
In response to the tragic event that took the life of student Mutahir Rauf on Friday evening, I have met with leaders in numerous University departments to discuss the safety of our students, on and around our campuses, and how we can support our students, and each other, as we grieve Mutahir’s death. Below, please find updates from Campus Safety, Campus Transportation, and Student Development.
On behalf of Mutahir Rauf’s family, I invite you to attend a memorial service to celebrate his life on Tuesday morning, on the Lake Shore Campus. Service details are below.
As we all continue to mourn the death of student Mutahir Rauf, we wanted to update you on the status of the investigation of his murder.
We are shocked and saddened by the tragic and senseless event that took the life of one of our students on Friday evening. Our entire community mourns the loss of Mutahir Rauf, a fellow Loyolan, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this devastating time. This was a senseless act of violence, and one that has absolutely no place in a civil society.