- Loyola University Chicago Appoints New Director of its John Felice Rome Center
- Loyola University Museum of Art Presents Three New Spring Exhibitions
- Loyola University Chicago Announces 2017-2018 Ricci Scholars
- Joint Study Shows 77 Percent of Chicagoland Small Businesses Plan to Grow their Businesses in 2017 Despite Decreased Confidence in the Economy
- Winter and Spring Cooking Classes Return to the Loyola University Chicago Retreat and Ecology Campus
- Loyola University Chicago to Expand Rule of Law for Development Program in Rome
- Loyola University Museum of Art Presents Annual Holiday Exhibition
- Supporting All Loyola Students
- Loyola University Chicago to Co-Host Annual Winter Festival
- Stritch School of Medicine 66th Annual Awards Dinner Celebrates Educating Next Generation of Physicians
Loyola University Chicago announces the appointment of Michael F. Andrews, PhD, as the director of its John Felice Rome Center in Rome, Italy. Andrews, who officially joins the University on August 1, brings extensive experience as an academic leader, administrator, and faculty member in the United States and abroad.
Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) welcomes three new exhibitions this spring: Peter Gelker: Whirligigs; Wayang: The Art of Indonesian Puppetry; and Steve Schapiro: Misericordia: Together We Celebrate. The exhibitions run through Saturday, June 3.
Loyola University Chicago has selected its 2017–2018 Ricci Scholars, a program that offers a scholarship to highly qualified students who spend their junior year studying and conducting cross-cultural research at Loyola’s John Felice Rome Center and the Beijing Center for Chinese Studies. Students prepare their research proposals and apply for this unique scholarship as sophomores, conduct field research and travel as juniors, and complete their projects as seniors.
Chicagoland small business owners are determined to grow their businesses and be successful even as only 29 percent believe the region’s economy will strengthen in the next year. This is according to a new survey conducted by the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business. The results of the Chicago Small Business Outlook Survey were presented at the Chicago Small Business Reception today at Loyola’s Schreiber Center.
The Loyola University Chicago Retreat and Ecology Campus in Woodstock, Illinois, will host a new series of cooking classes beginning Saturday, January 14.
Loyola University Chicago has announced the expansion of the School of Law’s Rule of Law for Development (PROLAW) program offered at the University’s John Felice Rome Center in Rome, Italy. The program will now include a one-year practice-oriented master’s degree program for non-lawyers.
Celebrating its ninth year as a holiday tradition, Art and Faith of the Crèche: The Collection of James and Emilia Govan opens today at the Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA). The exhibition showcases more than 100 Nativities from around the world.
Loyola University Chicago president Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, has signed national statements of support for undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students.
Polar Palooza, the annual two-day, outdoor winter festival for Chicago’s north side neighborhoods, is back this holiday season and co-hosted by Loyola University Chicago, Rogers Park Business Alliance, Edgewater Chamber of Commerce, and Alderman Joe Moore of the 49th Ward.
The Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine 66th Annual Awards Dinner will be held on Saturday, November 19 at the Hilton Chicago.