Law

National Security Debate

Anthony Romero, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union, was among the distinguished speakers to participate in Loyola’s National Security and Civil Rights Symposium on Feb. 7. Romero discussed fugitive Edward Snowden and the political and moral implications of the government’s electronic surveillance programs.

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  • Climate Change

    'I Pick Up My Life And Take It With Me': The Human Cost Of Climate Change

    An alumna of Mundelein College, Professor Judith Mayotte is an expert on issues concerning refugees and civilian displacement. She asks us all to consider: Are we willing to change how we treat the Earth so that people won't be forced to flee their homes because of chaotic climate change?
  • Education

    Getting Serious about Education: Culturally Relevant Teaching for New Century St

    Gloria Ladson-Billings, Ph.D., Assistant Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison, presents "Getting Serious about Education: Culturally Relevant Teaching for New Century Students," part of the John M. Wozniak Lecture Series at Loyola University Chicago.
  • Faith

    Shouts or Whispers? A Journey through Catholic Letters Today

    For its second Cardinal Newman Lecture this spring, the Hank Center invited writer, teacher, publisher, and editor Gregory Wolfe to speak about his journey of faith in the Catholic Church, to reflect on the changing face of Catholic literature from the twentieth century to the present—and how that body of writing has shaped his life and vocation, including his work as editor of the literary journal Image.
  • Theology

    The Future of Catholic Feminist Theology

    Dr. Mary Ann Hinsdale, IHM, Professor of Theology at Boston College presents "The Future of Catholic Feminist Theology" and a graduate and undergraduate student colloquium titled "Jesuit Theological Discourse since Vatican II." Part of the John Cardinal Cody Lecture and Colloquium and co-sponsored with the Carolyn Farrell, BVM, Professorship in Women and Leadership.
  • Military Service

    Former Army Capt. William Swenson, Medal of Honor recipient, addresses Loyola

    The nation's newest Medal of Honor recipient, former Army Capt. William Swenson, spoke at Loyola on October 28, 2013. Swenson received the honor—the nation's highest medal for valor in combat—for saving more than a dozen lives after his squad was ambushed in Afghanistan in 2009. He is the second person to receive the Medal of Honor for that battle, according to the Army's official website.
  • Ethical Moment

    The Importance of a Job

    Professor of Business Ethics Al Gini of the Quinlan School of Business discusses jobs and identity.
  • School of Education Panel Discussion

    Teaching Learning Leading with Schools and Communities

    On January 31, Loyola faculty, community partners and teaching partners came together to discuss the new teacher preparation program.
  • Center for Urban Research and Learning

    Collaborative Research

    Faculty members discuss the tenets of collaborative research at Loyola's Center for Urban Research and Learning (CURL).
  • Early Childhood Education for the Future Symposium

    "Early Childhood Education for the Future: The Creative Use of Public-Private Partnerships to Provide High-Quality, Cost-Effective School Readiness Programs." Symposium co-sponsored by: the Illinois State Board of Education, Illinois Resource Center: Early Childhood Professional Development, & Loyola University School of Law Education Law and Policy Institute.
  • Watch Online

    Lessons and Carols

    Join us for this Christmas tradition, Lessons and Carols, a liturgy of song in which nine lessons are told, recounting Scripture. Based on an order drawn up by the Bishop of Truro in Cornwall, England in 1880, Lessons and Carols tells the story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus.