- Cardinal Blase J. Cupich Receives Sword of Loyola at 67th Annual Stritch School of Medicine Awards Dinner
- Faculty Experts Available to Discuss Holiday Marketing Trends and Gift Giving
- Loyola University Museum of Art Celebrates a Decade of Art and Faith of the Crèche
- Quinn Community Center of St. Eulalia Catholic Church to Receive Loyola University Chicago’s Annual Martyrs Award
- 2017 Illinois Family Business of the Year Award Winners Announced
- Media Professionals and Faculty Gather at Loyola to Discuss the Relationship between the Oval Office and the Press
- Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business Announces 2017 Supply and Value Chain Center Award Winners
- Experts Available to Discuss Potential Impact of Amazon Headquarters in Chicago
- Loyola University Chicago Brings Together Experts to Explore the Ever-Changing Online Landscape for its Seventh Annual Digital Ethics Symposium
- Loyola University Chicago Celebrates Inaugural Commencement for Arrupe College
Loyola University Chicago bestowed its highest honor to Cardinal Blase J. Cupich at the Stritch School of Medicine 67th Annual Awards Dinner on November 18 at the Hilton in downtown Chicago.
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Celebrating its 10th year as a Magnificent Mile holiday tradition, Art and Faith of the Crèche: The Collection of James and Emilia Govan returns to the Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA). New this year, the collection of more than 100 worldly works will be supplemented by The Craft of the Crèche: Materials and Techniques, an exhibition that explores the unique materials and creative techniques used to make the works on display. Both exhibitions will be on view from Tuesday, November 14, 2017, through Sunday, January 7, 2018.
Loyola University Chicago is pleased to announce the Quinn Community Center of St. Eulalia Catholic Church as the winner of its third annual Martyrs Award. Located in Maywood, Illinois, the center provides important social outreach and programming for more than 370 people annually, 75 percent of whom come from low-income families in Chicago’s western suburbs. The center’s goal is to serve 600 people annually by 2020, and the $25,000 Martyrs Award will help fund its growth.
The Family Business Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business is pleased to announce the winners of its 24th Annual Illinois Family Business of the Year Awards.
Loyola University Chicago has assembled a collection of media professionals and faculty for “President Trump and the Press,” a panel discussion on Wednesday, November 8. Part of the University’s civic engagement and civil discourse initiative, the event will shed light on the importance of accurate information and advocacy for improving media literacy amongst the masses.
The Supply and Value Chain Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business is pleased to announce the winners of its sixth annual Supply and Value Chain Center Awards. The awards recognize outstanding performance of individuals and teams in categories including Leadership, Supply Chain Excellence, and Sustainability.
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The Center for Digital Ethics and Policy, founded through Loyola University Chicago’s School of Communication, will host its Seventh Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics on Friday, October 13.
Loyola University Chicago’s Arrupe College celebrated its first graduating class at its inaugural Commencement ceremony on Saturday, August 12, at the University’s Lake Shore Campus. The event marked a milestone for the college and its 82 graduates. Launched in 2015, Arrupe College is a two-year associate’s degree program that provides a rigorous liberal arts education to motivated students with limited financial resources and an interest in attending a four-year institution. The program addresses the need in higher education to increase completion rates of post-secondary education degrees for students from low-income families.