- Loyola University Chicago’s Center for Urban Research and Learning to Host The Atlantic Correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates
- Leading Psychology Expert to Present New Book, Listening to Killers
- Loyola University Chicago President and CEO Stepping Down
- Loyola University Chicago Announces $100 Million “Campaign for Quinlan”
- Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi to Speak and Receive Honorary Doctoral Degree at Loyola University Chicago
- Loyola University Chicago’s Gannon Center for Women and Leadership Celebrates Women’s History Month
- Loyola University Chicago’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability Hosts Annual Climate Change Conference
- Loyola University Chicago Announces 2015-2016 Ricci Scholars
- Loyola University Chicago Department of Fine and Performing Arts Announces New Visual Exhibition
- Loyola University Chicago Continues Mainstage Theatre Season with fml: how Carson McCullers saved my life
Ta-Nehisi Coates, national correspondent for The Atlantic, will speak at Loyola University Chicago about his cover article “The Case for Reparations,” which was published last fall and earned Coates a 2014 George Polk Award for Commentary. The article highlights the enduring legacy of slavery and racism against African-Americans in today’s society and received international attention.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Kristin Trehearne Lane Communication Specialist 312.915.7712 firstname.lastname@example.org MEDIA ALERT Leading Psychology Expert to Present New Book, Listening to Killers James Garbarino, PhD, Will Discuss Career as a Psychological Expert Witness What: Loyola University Chicago’s James Garbarino, PhD, will give two lectures inspired by his latest book, Listening to Killers: Lessons […]
Loyola University Chicago announced today that Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., will step down from his position as President and CEO of the University on June 30, 2015. After 14 years of leadership, Father Garanzini will assume the role of Chancellor of the University.
The Campaign for Quinlan, a $100 million fundraising campaign to benefit Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business, was unveiled today. The campaign is the largest in the business school’s history.
Loyola University Chicago will host Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi for a lecture on “American Culture, Catholic Higher Education, and their Contributions to the Global Church.” Visiting from the Vatican, Cardinal Ravasi will also receive an honorary doctoral degree from the University.
Loyola University Chicago’s Gannon Center for Women and Leadership is commemorating Women’s History Month with three events highlighting the role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.
Loyola University Chicago’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability is co-hosting its second annual conference on climate change with the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU). The conference, “To Tend the Earth: Responding to the Global Climate Change Crisis,” will gather academics, researchers, and sustainability advocates to examine principles, policies, and actions needed to combat global climate change, particularly in the context of social justice.
Loyola University Chicago has selected its 2015-2016 Ricci Scholars, students who will spend an academic year studying, conducting research, and traveling in Italy and China.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contacts: Kristin Trehearne Lane Communication Specialist 312.915.7712 email@example.com Jennie Martin Director of Public Programming Dept. of Fine & Performing Arts 773.508.8400 firstname.lastname@example.org Loyola University Chicago Department of Fine and Performing Arts Announces New Visual Exhibition Formal | Loose | Painting Features Samantha Bittman, Michelle Bolinger, and Anna Kunz CHICAGO, February 12, 2015 […]
Loyola University Chicago’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts continues its 2014–2015 mainstage theatre season on Friday, February 20 in the Newhart Family Theatre with fml: how Carson McCullers saved my life by Sarah Gubbins, directed by Sarah Gabel.