- Experts Available to Discuss Upcoming Midterm Elections
- Loyola University Chicago to Forge Milestone Academic Partnership with African Union
- Loyola to Offer Unique Legal Education Support Program
- Loyola University Chicago to Co-Host Election Roundtable
- Loyola University Chicago to Host Chicago Ideas Week Lab
- DIY/XX Highlights Self-published Works by Women
- Loyola’s Institute of Pastoral Studies Tweets the Bible
- Loyola University Chicago Farmers Market Awarded Additional Funding to Support Link Cardholders
- 2014 Illinois Family Business of the Year Award Winners Announced
- Loyola University Chicago Hosts Jan Karski International Conference, Events
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Kristin Trehearne Lane Communication Specialist 312.915.7712 email@example.com MEDIA ALERT Experts Available to Discuss Upcoming Midterm Elections Please contact Loyola University Chicago’s University Marketing and Communication department to arrange interviews for print and broadcast opportunities. State/local/urban politics and policy Annette Steinacker, PhD; Department of Political Science Chicago politics Urban politics Public […]
Loyola University Chicago and the African Union (AU) will sign a milestone memorandum of understanding (MOU) this week that will signify a multi-year program of cooperation designed to build capacity within the African Union, its Member States, and the African Regional Economic Communities (RECs), to strengthen governance and the rule of law. Under the MOU, Loyola will partner with the AU to train and educate the staff of the AU, RECs, and AU Member States to strengthen their capacity to advance the rule of law throughout the region, an effort to be driven by African rule of law leaders and represent a dynamic force for change.
Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law has announced a collaboration with BARBRI, a leading legal education provider, to provide law students with innovative, academic support and a bar preparation program.
Loyola University Chicago’s Gannon Center for Women and Leadership and The Chicago Network will host “It’s Your Money: Illinois Election 2014 and Fiscal Crisis in Illinois,” a roundtable discussion focusing on the upcoming midterm elections and the future of the state’s economic status.
Loyola University Chicago’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability, in collaboration with Solomon Cordwell Buenz, will host a Chicago Ideas Week lab entitled “Sustainability in an Urban Environment.”
Loyola University Chicago’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) continues its 2014-15 exhibition season with DIY/XX, featuring a unique combination of writing, drawing, and do-it-yourself (DIY) resourcefulness in graphic novels, mini comics, and zines from local and self-published women artists.
On Tuesday, September 30, Loyola University Chicago’s Institute of Pastoral Studies will be sending out scripture tweets every 15 minutes to promote biblical literacy and to expose the beauty of the New American Bible Revised Edition (NABRE).
Illinois Link cardholders who spend up to $10 with their Link Cards at the Loyola University Chicago Farmers Market can now receive up to an additional $10 per market day, per card on Link-approved purchases. The offer runs through the end of the market season or until funding is fully-utilized.
The Family Business Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business is pleased to announce the winners of its 21st Annual Illinois Family Business of the Year Awards. This awards program recognizes exceptional Illinois-based family businesses that demonstrate a strong commitment to business development, family, and the greater-Illinois community.
Loyola University Chicago’s interdisciplinary Polish studies program, the Jan Karski Educational Foundation, and the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Chicago will sponsor Jan Karski Days in Chicago September 18–21. The celebration includes an international conference at Loyola on September 19–20. U.S. Senator Dick Durbin, a former Karski student, will present Friday’s keynote address.