- Loyola University Chicago Hosts Roundtable Addressing Community Responses to Sexual Assault
- Loyola University Chicago’s BioSoap Recognized by the EPA’s Design for the Environment Program
- Loyola University Chicago’s Retreat and Ecology Campus Introduces Summer Cooking Classes in New Demo Kitchen
- Loyola University Chicago Announces 2014–2015 Mainstage Theatre Season Lineup
- Loyola University Chicago to Host Symposium on Politics and Humanitarianism in Syria
- Loyola University Chicago Partners with Chicago Network of Sustainability in Higher Education for First Bike2Campus Week
- Loyola University Chicago to Host Lecture on Famed Chicago Artist Edward Gorey
- Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business Receives $10 Million Gift
- Loyola University Chicago’s Center for Catholic School Effectiveness Partners with Catholic Schools in Principal Preparation Grant
- Loyola University Chicago Presents Final 2014 Mainstage Production, Hot Mikado
Loyola University Chicago has been selected to host a Department of Justice (DOJ) roundtable discussion on community responses to sexual assault. The University is part of the “Grants to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus Program” from the DOJ’s Office on Violence Against Women.
Loyola University Chicago’s BioSoap has been recognized for safer chemistry by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Design for the Environment (DfE) program. The new partnership recognizes the green chemistry behind the hand soap and allows for the launch of a pilot program that will make the BioSoap the exclusive liquid soap used in bathrooms and locker rooms across Loyola’s campuses.
Loyola University Chicago’s Retreat and Ecology Campus will offer a series of summer cooking classes starting Saturday, May 10. These will be the first classes in the new demonstration kitchen, which features state-of-the-art equipment and a design that fosters a hands-on approach to culinary learning.
Loyola University Chicago’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) has announced its 2014–2015 mainstage theatre season that includes four productions in the Newhart Family Theatre.
Loyola University Chicago is hosting the upcoming ART WORKS Projects symposium, “Sanctuary and Sustenance: Syria and the Plight of the Refugees.”
Loyola University Chicago will partner with the Chicago Network of Sustainability in Higher Education (CNSHE) for its first Chicagoland Bike2Campus Week April 21–25.
Karen Wilkin, writer, independent curator, and art critic, will be presenting the third annual Gregory and Rosalind Terry Lecture at Loyola University Chicago. Wilkin, a friend of the late Edward Gorey and an expert on his work, will offer a glimpse into the complexity of Gorey’s creations during her lecture titled, “Ascending Peculiarity: Edward Gorey and His Sources (an exercise in presumption).”
Loyola University Chicago announces that alumnus John G. Schreiber will give $10 million to the University’s Quinlan School of Business. The gift from John and Kathy Schreiber will go toward the construction of a new facility for the business school. The facility, located on Loyola’s Water Tower Campus, will be named the John and Kathy Schreiber Center.
Loyola University Chicago is one of four Illinois University’s that was recently awarded the Illinois Partnerships Advance Rigorous Training (IL-PART) grant. This $4.64 million U.S. Department of Education School Leadership Grant represents a collaborative effort between districts and universities aimed at improving the way principals prepare and develop in Illinois. The program also aims to better retain future leaders for schools.
Loyola University Chicago’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) concludes its 2013–2014 mainstage theatre season on April 4 in the Newhart Family Theatre with Hot Mikado by David H. Bell and music by Rob Bowen, directed by Sarah Gabel.