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AN OFFICIAL BLOGGER OF THE School of Continuing and Professional Studies

SCPS Growth: New Hires of 2018

Our ambition in SCPS is to be the best adult learning program in which to study, to teach, and to work. We want:

Highly satisfied students who graduate
Highly motivated and well-qualified faculty
Staff and colleagues who are dedicated to the success of our students and faculty

This year, we have added three creative and dedicated individuals to our […]

SCPS hires new Program Director for its Leadership Assessment Center

In July 2018, Erika Price joined the SCPS team with the title of Program Director & Clinical Assistant Professor. Erika will oversee the development and growth of the Leadership Assessment Center. From training assessors to student advising to scheduling sessions; Erika will be hands-on in ensuring its successful launch and functioning.

She has an M.A. and […]

Tiffany Sharpe joins the SCPS team as Academic Advisor

In July of 2018, Tiffany Sharpe joined the School of Continuing and Professional Studies as Academic Advisor. Tiffany has a B.A. in English and Creative Writing from the University of Mary Washington, and an M.Ed. from Loyola University Chicago. She has worked in the field of customer service and higher education, with employers like The […]

Newest member of the SCPS team: Udayan Das

Earlier this year, Udayan Das joined the School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) as Instructor of Computer Science, with a focus to expand the Information Technology program. Udayan brings with him a rich portfolio, with expertise in the fields of wireless networks, engineering, information science systems, programming, education and teaching methodologies.

Prior to Loyola, Udayan […]

SCPS proudly represented at Alpha Signa Nu ceremony

The Alpha Sigma Nu (ASN) is the international honor society of Jesuit institutions of higher education. The society was founded in 1915 to honor a select number of students each year on the basis of scholarship, loyalty, and service.

Each year, deans across all schools and colleges of Loyola University Chicago select students who demonstrate an intelligent […]

First Study Abroad Program: A Success!

This summer was the launch of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) Study Abroad Program. A group of enthusiastic students and their guests spent 12 wonderful days in Rome, Italy, soaking in the culture while receiving a Loyola education.

The students had the option of selecting between a core philosophy class (PHIL 190) or […]

SCPS hires new Instructor of Applied Communication

Christopher (Chris) Martiniano joined the SCPS team in August as a full-time faculty member, leading the Applied Communication program. Chris has wide-ranging experience in the field of communication, copywriting, advertising, marketing, art history and literature.

With a Ph.D. from Indiana University and experience working on marketing and advertising campaigns for industry giants like Coca-Cola, MillerCoors, Bridgestone […]

Eva Mika, Ph.D. joins the SCPS team

On July 1, 2017 Eva Mika, Ph.D. joined the Loyola SCPS team as Clinical Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology.

With over two decades of experience, Eva began her career at Cook County Commission on Women conducting applied research, advocacy, policy development, training and education on host of issues including human trafficking, maternity/paternity leave, domestic violence, pay […]

Meet the new Director of Institute for Paralegal Studies: Marie Harrigan

On July 1, 2017, Marie Harrigan started her new role as Director of the Institute for Paralegal Studies. Marie was the former Assistant Director of the Institute and has been with Loyola for over 15 years. She is a member of the American Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association, and is also on the […]

Keeley Rohrbach Nominated for Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Award

The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) is always proud to acknowledge students who go that extra mile to excel. One such SCPS student, Keeley  Rohrbach, was nominated for the 2017 Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Award, presented by the Gannon Center for Women and Leadership.

The Gannon Center for Women and Leadership is committed to transformative […]