Neil Sheth, Loyola student, Ricci Scholar and Carbon Fellow was recently featured on the Mayo Clinic Global Brigades website. Neil's research focuses on youth tobacco use around the world. Way to "Go Forth" Neil!
Research courses enhance student academic experience and build professional skills by connecting class content with “real world” projects. All research classes satisfy the University Engaged Learning Requirement!
Student presenters: Apply for the 2017 Loyola University Undergraduate Research & Engagement Symposium, being held on April 22, 2017. REGISTRATION CLOSES MARCH 15.
LUROP Supports the AIDS Memorial Quilt
Eight squares of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt were displayed on the second floor of Loyola’s Damen Student Center April 14 through April 17. Each panel, bearing the name of an individual who lost his or her life to AIDS. Because each panel presents an individual by their name, representing the particularity of that life, the Quilt demonstrates the Jesuit value cura personalis, or the “care for the individual person.” And through the AIDS Memorial Quilt’s mission to illustrate the enormity of the AIDS epidemic through a creative, memorial means, the Quilt advocates for critical thought and viewers of the Quilt are prompted to become agents of change.