History Department Ranked Sixth in the Nation for Scholarly Productivity
In January 2007, the Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index announced that the History Department at Loyola University ranked sixth in the nation for scholarly productivity. The Index is financed by the State University of New York at Stony Brook and produced by the for-profit company Academic Analytics. The index rates the scholarly output of nearly 7,300 doctoral programs in the United States. The current rankings are based on publications in 2005. Loyola's History Department was tied for sixth with New York University. The top 10 (in order of rank) were Princeton, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, Maryland, Yale, Loyola and NYU, Ohio State, Rice and Northwestern.
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