Loyola University Chicago

College of Arts & Sciences

Events Archive

  • Announcing the 2015-16 Ramonat Seminar

    The History Department is very pleased to offer the inaugural Ramonat Seminar in American Catholic History and Culture for the 2015-16 academic year. The Ramonat Seminar is an interdisciplinary, two-semester course that provides Loyola undergraduates with the unique opportunity to explore changing topics within American Catholic history, literature, and culture through hands-on research.
  • Life in Dialogue with Faith: The Subtle Complexities of an Ongoing Conversation

    Colby Dickinson of Loyola's Theology Department will give the Hank Center's Cardinal Newman lecture on February 10 from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. in McCormick Lounge.
  • Celebrating 100 Years of Alpha Sigma Nu

    On the weekend of its annual induction ceremony (October 10/12) Loyola University’s chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, the International Honor Society for Jesuit Colleges and Universities, hosted the regional conference of local chapter presidents.
  • Jon Sobrino S.J will commemorate 25th Anniversary of the Salvadorian Martyrs at Loyola

    As part of its Ignatian Heritage Month, Loyola University Chicago will welcome Jon Sobrino S.J to speak on the 25th anniversary of the Salvadorian Martyrs. Father Sobrino will address the university on Thursday November 20. He will also preside over several other events to commemorate the event.
  • Author Stuart Dybek Returns to Loyola

    College of Arts and Science alumnus and renowned author Stuart Dybek will return to Loyola September 30 to present his latest works to students and faculty. The 1964 graduate is a part of this year’s Friends of the Loyola Libraries Speaker Series. Dybek will read and discuss sections from his two latest fiction books, Ecstatic Cahoots and Paper Lantern: Love Stories. Dybek will sign books following the presentation.
  • Midnight Bike through History

    On September 11, History Professor Timothy Gilfoyle led 37 people on the most recent of his long running Midnight Bike Rides. For the past 20 years, Dr. Gilfoyle has been leading Loyola students, faculty, and friends around the city in the dead of the night, exploring Chicago historical sites and themes in American history along the way.
  • CAS Seniors: Apply for Graduation Today!

    The deadline to apply for graduation this May is rapidly approaching. College of Arts and Sciences students planning to graduate in Spring or Summer 2015 need to submit their applications by midnight on Wednesday, October 1st in order to have their credentials processed in time for May 2015 Commencement.
  • Events

    Interdisciplinary Polish Studies

    Fall 2016 - Sign up for POLS 104 Polish for Medical and Health Care Professionals. Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:30pm-3:45pm.
  • A great way to make the most of your summer—take a Spanish language course designed for faculty and staff

    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.
  • German Studies Minor

    The Department of Modern Languages & Literatures now offers a German Studies Minor interdisciplinary program, starting in fall 2013. Further refining Loyola as a center of global study, this program will allow students to understand the social, historical, political, and economic background of German culture world-wide and its impact on contemporary life.
  • Senior conducts cancer research over the summer in Jamaica

    Not many students get to study at an island paradise while working on cancer research. But senior Christian Capanna got to do that for 12 weeks this summer in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
  • Brad S. Gregory Delivered Annual Surtz Lecture on Oct 22

    Brad S. Gregory will deliver Loyola University Chicago's annual Edward Surtz Lecture on Tuesday, October 22nd, at7:30 pm in Piper Hall, Lake Shore Campus. His talk is entitled: "Buying In: The Reformation Era and the Makings of Modern Consumerism."
  • Latin America Matters Speaker Series: Film Screening

    Latin America Matters Speaker Series Genocide on Trial in Guatemala Thursday April 17, 2014 Dictator In the Dock: Join us for a screening of the documentary The Dictator in the Dock: Genocide on Trial in Guatemala, and a discussion with the filmmaker, Pamela Yates, and producer, Paco de Onis.
  • Conversational Language Learning for Faculty and Staff

    Join us this summer for the CAS program Conversational Language Learning for Faculty and Staff. We have expanded our offerings to provide variety and convenience.
  • CIT Interdisciplinary Grants competition: Call for Proposals

    The Center for Interdisciplinary Thinking (CIT) in the College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce the first CIT Interdisciplinary Grants competition. This competition includes both small and large awards in the amounts of $2,000 and $10,000 to support interdisciplinary research or teaching projects that address issues not dealt with by current programs or to enhance already-existing interdisciplinary programs at Loyola.
  • God in All Things–Even Science?!

    Loyola physics professor Rev. John Cunningham, S.J., will present a seminar on the legacy of Jesuits who have pursued studies in the physical sciences. Sponsored by the College of Arts and Science and University Libraries. Tuesday, November 12, 10:30–11:30 a.m. Information Commons, 4th floor, Lake Shore Campus; free.
  • Profile

    Explore the work of visiting artist Daniela Montecinos

    Continuing the College’s efforts to broaden the experiences of students, we invited international artist Daniela Montecinos to teach as this semester’s Artist in Residence with the Department of Fine & Performing Arts and to open a solo show in the Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex.
  • Event

    Polish/American Poetry—Reading Between the Lines

    On Saturday, April 13, at 2 p.m. Dr. John Merchant, a specialist in Polish Literature and faculty member in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, will be presenting a reading focusing on Polish poetry in the American diaspora. This event is sponsored by the Polish Studies program.
  • Political Scandal and Corruption: A Conference hosted by Loyola University and CAS, August 28

    Join us for this upcoming conference that will present research that examines the dynamics surrounding scandals and political corruption in the U.S. and around the world. This conference is open to the entire Loyola community and the public.
  • College of Arts & Sciences creates the Center for Interdisciplinary Thinking

    CAS recently formed the Center for Interdisciplinary Thinking (CIT) to support our current interdisciplinary programs, and to provide opportunities for interdisciplinary thinking in new and imaginative ways.
  • Stephen Wade Performed on April 9th

    Musician and historian Stephen Wade will discuss his newest book, The Beautiful Music All Around Us: Field Recordings and the American Experience, on Tuesday, April 9th, at 4 pm in Galvin Auditorium, Sullivan Center.
  • Pacem in Terris 50th Anniversary: Building Peace in Chicago and Beyond

    Join Loyola University Chicago in honoring the 50th Anniversary of the Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth) Encyclical by attending the working conference,“Building Peace in Chicago and Beyond,” on Saturday March 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • Attend Phi Beta Kappa Society's Romanell Lecture Series, featuring J.D. Trout

    Join J.D. Trout, professor of Philosophy and Psychology, for Phi Beta Kappa’s Romanell Lecture Series: Themes in Philosophical Naturalism. Each lecture is open to the public and we invite students, faculty, and staff to attend.
  • English Professor and Student Featured in Open Door Readings

    Earlier this month, Assistant Creative Writing Professor Aaron Baker and Loyola alum Lucy Schoyer were chosen as featured poets for the Poetry Foundation’s Open Door Readings. Baker and Schoyer read selections from their work on September 16 at the Poetry Foundation headquarters in downtown Chicago.
  • Fortnight: A New Play Workshop

    Join us this weekend for the final performance of Fortnight: A New Play Workshop!

The Crime Bill @ 20

New freshman science research project prepares students for careers