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High School Digital Storytelling Workshop 2015

The high school workshop empowers students by giving them the tools and experience needed to tell stories through the art of audio, video and the written word.

Commencement Speakers

Watch 2015 Commencement addresses for the School of Communication.  

Commitment to Excellence Award

Assistant Dean Dr. Shawna Cooper-Gibson was selected as a recipient of the Loyola University Chicago Commitment to Excellence award for the month of June.

Celebrating the Career of Dr. Gilda Parrella

Don Heider, the dean of the School of Communication, remarked: “Professor Gilda Parrella has been an amazing colleague who always brings tremendous integrity to whatever she does. She is well regarded by her colleagues, and for the past four decades has touched the lives of innumerable students.”  

The Great Cartoon Debate

“I think both David and Scott really touched on the power of their work. This is a form of storytelling that no one really talks about,” said Meghan Ashbrock, who managed the event. “I think there’s a lot of power in imagery and I don’t know that political cartoonists always get that type of attention.”  

Students Win University Community Engagement Award

“The work of the Loyola students greatly enhanced RHA’s online strategy for reaching our supporters,” said Joel Africk, the association’s president and chief executive officer. “Everyone from lung cancer patients to children with asthma will benefit from our work with Prof. Kruvand’s class.”  

Mosaic 2015

The Education Issue  

Robyne Robinson Alum 1983

“I had amazing teachers that had real world experience in broadcasting and in print. Having people who knew what they were talking about really paved the way for me being in the city of Chicago.”  

Weekend of Excellence: Daria Taylor

Daria Taylor wants to make movies, but not the shoot ’em up blockbusters that Hollywood churns out every year. Instead, she wants to work on projects that focus on social justice and ethical behavior. To that end, she’s creating a website that will help parents pick positive films for their kids to see—and hopefully, change how people view the movie-making industry.  

Dr. Bren Ortega Murphy Travels to Indonesia and India

Murphy said the trip renewed her sense of the importance of children’s literature as a way of understanding the world and our connection to it.  

Mark of Excellence Awards

The awards recognized the best collegiate journalism of 2014 from Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.  

Cheryl McPhilimy Profile

“Cheryl has a way of moving about the professional world that I really admire.” she said. “Seeing a woman be able to take the Chicago business scene by storm is really inspiring.”  

Working in Chicago Exhibit Opening

“It turned out to be this beautiful collection of all different people, all different backgrounds, all different beliefs, but they had that common Chicago working persona.”  

BEA Awards

“All the various categories that students were recognized in, that’s pretty telling about the program we have here at Loyola.” Goheen said. “It just reflects that’s it not just one area, but the whole school.” Out of the 92 schools that entered the competition, only a few won five or more awards.  

Jill Geisler - Bill Plante Chair of Leadership and Media Integrity

“Three things made this opportunity irresistible: The School of Communication’s focus on media integrity in the digital age, the chance to integrate leadership skills and values into an already strong curriculum, and Loyola’s commitment to social justice."  

CBS-48 Hours Producers Visit SOC

"It always starts with people…if we don’t get the people talking to us, we don’t get the story."  

New Digital Concentration for Pastoral Studies

Social media is what “announces the church to the world,” but that the ultimate goal of using it is to call people to the table. -Rocco Palmo  

How Do You Get Your News?

"We have to make our society more understanding of how they get news. When we just had mainstream media, you didn’t have this many choices, but conversely, you didn’t have the same problems."  

SOC Career Fair 2015

The career fair provided an invaluable opportunity for students to meet with so many prospective employers at one time. By seeing former Loyola students behind employee tables who attended the career fair themselves, students were provided with real-life examples of how opportunities the SOC provides can be important first steps in starting a career.  

Study Abroad with SOC

Study Abroad in London

2 week course explores how public relations is defined and practiced in an era of globalization. London is the perfect setting for the course because it is home to the European headquarters of one third of the world's largest companies and an international public relations hub.   READ MORE

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