- Loyola University Chicago to Host Symposium Exploring Social Injustice’s Influence on Visual Arts and Dance
- Loyola University Chicago President Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, on the Elevation of Archbishop Blase J. Cupich
- Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work Awarded $3.47 Million in Grant Funding
- 2016 Supply and Value Chain Center Award Winners Announced
- Loyola University Chicago Libraries Exhibits Collection of Renowned American Political Cartoonist
- Loyola University Chicago to Host Tours of Renovations, Lectures at the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens
- Loyola University Chicago Appoints New Dean of University Libraries
- Loyola University Chicago to Host Senior U.S. Government Officials for Discussion on the Importance of Study Abroad Programs
- 2016 Illinois Family Business of the Year Award Winners Announced
- Loyola University Museum of Art Explores Power and Forgiveness in Upcoming Exhibitions
The Loyola University Chicago Department of Fine and Performing Arts will host Framing Justice: Modernism and Social Advocacy in American Visual Arts and Dance, 1929–1945 on October 14–15. The interdisciplinary symposium will explore the meanings of social injustice as it informed visual arts and dance from the Depression era through World War II.
With great joy we learned on Sunday morning that Archbishop Blase J. Cupich is being called to the College of Cardinals by Pope Francis. While a personal honor for the Archbishop, Chicago’s Catholic community shares in celebrating his elevation. On behalf of Loyola University Chicago, I congratulate Archbishop Cupich on becoming His Eminence, Cardinal Cupich next month. He will go to Rome with our community’s prayers and good wishes, and we look forward to many more years of his leadership here in Chicago.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Kristin Trehearne Lane Communication Manager 312.915.7712 email@example.com Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work Awarded $3.47 Million in Grant Funding Grants Will Fund Master’s Degree-Seeking Students and Train Students, Faculty, and Field Educators Across Disciplines CHICAGO, October 4, 2016 – This fall, the Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work is […]
The Supply and Value Chain Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business is pleased to announce the winners of its annual Supply and Value Chain Center Awards. The awards recognize outstanding performance of individuals and teams in categories including Leadership, Supply Chain Excellence, Innovation, and Sustainability.
Loyola University Chicago Libraries is featuring an exhibition of American political cartoonist Art Young, titled It’s Hell but Here We Are Again, that displays a chronological assemblage of his work between 1884 and 1943.
Loyola University Chicago invites the community to tour the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens in Vernon Hills this fall for a look at the ongoing restoration projects.
Today, Loyola University Chicago welcomes Marianne P. Ryan, PhD, as dean of University Libraries. She joins Loyola with more than 25 years of experience in library services and higher education. In her role, Ryan will provide vision and direction for libraries located at Loyola’s three Chicagoland campuses and at the John Felice Rome Center.
Loyola University Chicago will welcome U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy and U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Evan Ryan for a dialogue on the importance of study abroad programs. The event will feature remarks by Ambassador Kennedy and Assistant Secretary Ryan, a panel discussion with Loyola students who have recently studied abroad, and a Q&A session.
The Family Business Center at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business is pleased to announce the winners of its 23rd annual Illinois Family Business of the Year Awards. Presented in six categories, the awards recognize companies with exceptional commitment to family and family business. The center continues to recognize deserving family businesses and celebrate the family enterprise as it
Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) will welcome two exhibitions this fall, both opening on August 20. Traveling exhibition Power & Piety: Spanish Colonial Art highlights religious art generated by thriving networks of artistic production and distribution in the Spanish colonial Caribbean. Marcella Hackbardt: True Confessionals is a series of photographs that documents confessional booths in cathedrals and churches throughout Italy.