- Loyola University Museum of Art Presents Three Summer Exhibitions
- 2017 Farmers Market Season Begins at Loyola University Chicago
- Loyola University Chicago Celebrates 2017 Founders’ Dinner
- Loyola University Chicago Seeks Nominees for 24th Annual Illinois Family Business of the Year Awards
- Loyola University Chicago 2017 Commencement Speakers
- Loyola University Chicago Appoints New Stritch School of Medicine Dean
- Loyola University Chicago Appoints New School of Social Work Dean
- Loyola University Chicago Hosts Fourth Annual Climate Change Conference
- Loyola University Chicago Appoints New Dean of School of Law
- Loyola University Chicago’s Fourth Annual Climate Change Conference to Focus on Climate Justice Case Studies
Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) focuses on the art of photography this summer and will feature three new exhibitions opening Saturday, July 1: Susan Aurinko: Searching for Jehanne – the Joan of Arc Project, Jeffrey Wolin: Pigeon Hill: Then and Now, and Michelle Murphy: Responsive Beauty. On display through Saturday, October 21, this collection of exhibitions showcases the work of local artists exploring issues of identity, struggle, and perseverance. To celebrate these Chicago photographers, LUMA will offer free admission from Tuesday, June 6, through Saturday, November 11.
The Loyola University Chicago Farmers Market returns for its seventh season on Monday, June 5, on the Loyola Plaza in Rogers Park. Located outside the CTA’s Red Line Loyola ‘L’ station, the market will feature local vendors and educational programming. The market will run through October 16.
Loyola University Chicago will celebrate its annual Founders’ Dinner on Friday, June 9, at the University’s Lake Shore Campus located at 1032 W. Sheridan Road. A signature fundraising event for student scholarships, the gala recognizes alumni, students, individuals, and corporate and foundation partners who exemplify the hallmarks of a Loyola education—leadership and service to others.
The Family Business Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business is seeking nominees for its 24th annual Illinois Family Business of the Year Awards. The awards recognize companies that have demonstrated a strong commitment to family and family business, positive family/business linkage, multigenerational family business involvement, contributions to industry and community, and innovative business practices and strategies.
Loyola University Chicago is pleased to announce the individuals who will address graduates at the University’s 147th annual Commencement ceremonies, which will be held May 9–13, May 20, and August 12 at the Lake Shore Campus.
Loyola University Chicago announces the appointment of Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD, as dean of the Stritch School of Medicine following an extensive national search. Goldstein, who officially joins the University on May 1, has nearly 30 years of experience in health sciences research, medical education, and higher education administration.
Loyola University Chicago announces the appointment of Goutham M. Menon, PhD, as dean of the School of Social Work following an extensive national search. Menon, who officially joins the University on July 1, has more than 25 years of experience in social work as a leader, educator, and practitioner.
Loyola University Chicago is hosting its fourth annual Climate Change Conference. This year’s conference, “Climate Justice: The Struggle for Our Common Home,” features case studies on topics including the Flint water state of emergency and Standing Rock and larger conversations surrounding corporate sustainability and visions for a just and sustainable future. The Institute of Environmental Sustainability, along with the Gannon Center for Women and Leadership and the Alvin H. Baum Family Fund, will host the event.
Loyola University Chicago has announced the appointment of Michael J. Kaufman, JD, as dean of the School of Law following an extensive national search. Kaufman has been a member of the Loyola law faculty since 1986 and served as the School of Law’s associate dean for academic affairs from 2005 until July 2016 when he assumed the role of interim dean. His appointment as dean is effective today.
Loyola University Chicago will host its fourth annual conference on climate change March 16–17 at its Lake Shore Campus. “Climate Justice: The Struggle for Our Common Home” will feature speakers with direct experience on the front lines of environmental justice initiatives, including Mary Robinson, past president of Ireland and internationally known human rights activist, and Tokata Iron Eyes, a Lakota Sioux youth leader credited with initiating the recent grassroots movement opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.