What do you think sets Loyola apart from other schools? History instructor, Elizabeth Matelski, PhD, says it’s the students.
The College of Arts & Sciences congratulates its graduating class of 2013. Four years ago, our students embarked on an education that supported individual efforts to think beyond the standard formula for success and to embrace a dynamic worldview.
Elliott J. Gorn, Joseph A. Gagliano Professor of Urban History at Loyola University Chicago, has been elected to the Society of American Historians. Gorn is among a small and select number of authors to be nominated this year by the Society.
Kyle B. Roberts, Assistant Professor of Public History and New Media, has been awarded the 2013 Justin G. Schiller Prize for his essay, “Rethinking The New-England Primer,” by the Bibliographical Society of America.
April 23rd marks the 449th birthday of the one and only William Shakespeare! Want to get in on the action other than the classic of holing yourself up in a dark room and reading Hamlet? We know of a couple people celebrating in a little more lively ways.
Dr. Noni Gaylord-Harden recently received a 2-year grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). The purpose of the project is to examine desensitization to community violence in African American and Latino male adolescents residing in low socioeconomic, urban neighborhoods.
Congratulations to Dr. Allen Frantzen on receiving the Medieval Academy of America's Teaching Excellence Award for 2013.
As part of Loyola University’s efforts at internationalization, CAS Dean, Dr. Reinhard Andress, has organized a Spanish Language class that is open to all Loyola faculty and staff.
In a new partnership between Loyola University and the Art Institute of Chicago, this spring semester Loyola students, faculty, and staff will have membership access to the museum and its general and special exhibitions, lectures, and programs. Through the University Partner Program, this incredible benefit provides the Loyola community an opportunity to explore the riches of the Institute and to examine art and culture though the museum’s collections. To launch this endeavor, we are inviting students, faculty, and guests to the Art Institute for Loyola University Night on Thursday, January 31 for an evening of tours and discoveries.
CAS welcomes Dr. Brian Endless, faculty member in the Department of Political Science, as the next program director of the interdisciplinary program Black World Studies starting July 1.