- Loyola University Chicago’s Statement Regarding Change in Focus at Loyola University Museum of Art
- Loyola University Chicago 2019 Commencement Speakers
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law Establishes Inaugural Professorship to Honor the Distinguished Legal Career of the Honorable Hubert Louis Will
- Cardinal Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, to Speak on the Future of Catholicism in the U.S. at Loyola University Chicago on April 4
- Loyola University Chicago’s Assistant Provost of Academic Diversity Named American Council on Education Fellow
- Loyola University Chicago Appoints School of Communication Dean
- Loyola University Chicago Appoints School of Education Dean
- Loyola University Chicago Launches New School of Health Sciences and Public Health; Attracts $20 Million Lead Gift
- Loyola University Chicago’s Statement Regarding the Media Relations Policy
- Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton to Speak at Loyola University Chicago’s Women’s Leadership Forum
Change in Focus at Loyola University Museum of Art Over the past 14 years, Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) has become a valuable resource for our faculty, staff, and students and an important venue for student art expression, internships, and intellectual inquiry. The museum has served as an integral part of Loyola University Chicago, […]
Loyola University Chicago is pleased to announce the individuals who will address graduates at the University’s 149th annual Commencement ceremonies, which will be held May 7–11 at the Lake Shore Campus. Further ceremony details can be found at LUC.edu/commencement.
Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law has named Thomas M. Haney, JD, LLM, MBA, as the inaugural Hubert Louis Will Professor of Law. Will practiced law for more than 20 years before his appointment in 1961 as United States District Judge for the Northern District of Illinois by President John F. Kennedy. He served for nearly three decades as a federal judge where he became nationally renowned for his innovative case-management technique for improving judicial efficiency.
Loyola University Chicago is hosting a panel discussion about the current hopes and challenges of American Catholics. The conversation named Quo Vadis?—which translates to “where are you going?”—will focus on topics like accountability, leadership, participation, and other issues facing the church as it strives to build a faithful future.
The American Council on Education (ACE) announced that Christopher Manning, PhD, assistant provost of academic diversity at Loyola University Chicago, has been named an ACE Fellow for academic year 2019-20. Following nomination by the senior administration of their institutions and a rigorous application process, 39 fellows were selected this year.
Loyola University Chicago has appointed Hong Cheng, PhD, as dean of the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago, effective July 1.
Loyola University Chicago has appointed Malik S. Henfield, PhD, as dean of the School of Education at Loyola University Chicago, effective July 1.
On the cusp of its 150th anniversary, Loyola University Chicago expands its Jesuit, Catholic mission of excellence in education and service to those in need with an innovative new school. The school will form the workforce of tomorrow, leverage data to improve health care delivery and outcomes, build leadership in health care education and research, provide agile solutions for students, and bring health care equity to those on the margins.
Loyola University Chicago’s Statement Regarding the Media Relations Policy Loyola University Chicago’s Media Relations Policy is not a new policy. It’s an established way of working between the University and all members of the media—including the Loyola Phoenix—to help facilitate press inquiries. We treat Loyola Phoenix reporters like any other journalists and work to fulfill […]
Loyola University Chicago’s Women’s Leadership Forum seeks to help women become better leaders in their workplace. Scheduled speaker Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton will discuss her efforts to create fair workplaces, first as a legal mediator and now as lieutenant governor, and her insights into supporting women and minorities in the workforce.