- Loyola University Chicago Law Faculty Research Inspires Federal Legislation
- Loyola University Chicago Names Founding Dean for New Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law Establishes Professorship to Honor the Distinguished Career of Legendary Faculty Member George Anastaplo
- Chicago Bible Society to Bestow 2019 Gutenberg Award to Loyola University Chicago’s Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt and Chaplain Leslie Hunter
- Loyola University Chicago Hosts the Third Biennial Catholic Imagination Conference
- Loyola University Chicago Celebrates 2019 Founders’ Dinner
- Loyola University Chicago Receives $1 Million Professional Learning Partnership Grant
- Loyola University Chicago Appoints Advancement Vice President
- Loyola University Chicago Celebrates Sister Jean’s 100th Birthday
- Experts Available to Discuss U.S. Immigration Policy, Border Issues, and Undocumented Populations
Ground breaking, bipartisan federal legislation developed from research by Loyola University Chicago alumnus Paul Kantwill (BA ’83, JD ’86), a distinguished professor in residence at Loyola’s School of Law, was introduced this week in Washington, D.C. by members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives.
Loyola University Chicago has appointed Elaine H. Morrato founding dean of its new Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health, effective February 1, 2020.
Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law has named nationally renowned legal scholar Barry Sullivan, JD, as its inaugural George Anastaplo Professor of Constitutional Law and History. The professorship was established to honor the distinguished career of the late George Anastaplo, a prolific legal scholar who joined Loyola University Chicago’s full-time law faculty in 1981 and taught until his death in 2014.
Loyola’s Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, and Chaplain Leslie Hunter of Holy Family School will be honored by the Chicago Bible Society at the 65th Annual Gutenberg Awards luncheon at 11:30 a.m. on October 15 at the Union League Club of Chicago, 65 W. Jackson Blvd.
Along with a group of national cosponsors, Loyola University Chicago’s Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage is hosting the Third Biennial Catholic Imagination Conference, September 19-21. Conveving at the University’s Water Tower and Lake Shore campuses, each session will explore a variety of questions surrounding the Catholic imagination in literature and the arts.
Loyola University Chicago will celebrate its annual Founders’ Dinner on Monday, September 16, at the Chicago Board of Trade Building, 141 West Jackson Boulevard. This year’s gala celebrates Arrupe College, Loyola’s innovative and successful two-year college that provides a rigorous liberal arts education to motivated students with limited financial resources and an interest in attending a four-year institution.
A new partnership between Loyola University Chicago’s Center for Science and Math Education (CSME), Chicago Public Schools (CPS), and the Center for Curriculum Analysis in Madison, Wisconsin, will support professional development for more than 600 middle-grades science teachers from more than 300 Chicago Public Schools. Led by Loyola, the collaboration will provide a variety of professional learning experiences for CPS middle grades science teachers to implement science curriculum which aligns with the Next Generation Science Standards as part of CPS’ Curriculum Equity Initiative.
Loyola University Chicago has appointed Karen Paciero as vice president of advancement, effective October 1.
As teacher, administrator, dean, academic advisor, and chaplain, Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, has touched the lives of generations of students at Loyola University Chicago. In recent years, she has become a touch point of faith and optimism—of spiritual wisdom and basketball expertise—for people around the world.
Loyola faculty experts are available to discuss stress and trauma, undocumented rights and policies, and the social impacts of immigration.