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We received official word of a $40-million gift to Loyola's School of Business three weeks prior to Founders' Dinner, an annual event to celebrate people who have contributed a great deal to Loyola. The decision was made to announce the gift publicly at the dinner, which necessitated a speedy and efficient collaboration among staff in Advancement, University Marketing and Communication, and the School of Business.LEARN MORE
Have questions about your department's social media use? View the University's Social Media Policy. The purpose of this policy is to define and promote the use of social media aligned with all Loyola University Chicago policies and with the mission and values of the University.
University Marketing and Communication holds drop-in headshot sessions the first Friday of every month from 10 a.m. - noon at WTC, Lewis Towers, Room 1413.
All Loyola faculty and staff are welcome to come by and have their portraits taken. Appointments during these hours are not necessary. Each head shot session will take approximately 10 minutes and will be taken against a white backdrop.
Please note that these are individual head shots, not group portraits. Group portraits will need to be scheduled in advance and generally at another time.
Questions? Please contact UMC Operations Manager Sheri Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A consistent brand promise that is understood and internalized within an organization is better understood by external audiences as well. It then becomes a rallying cry and a focal point to inform and inspire everyone connected to the brand.
Style TipAlumnus is male; alumni is plural. Alumni is used for mixed-gender groups.
Alumna is female; alumnae is plural.
Alum(s) is neutral and can be used in informal contexts.
List alumni in text with their degree or school and class year as follows: John Doe (BA '87) or John Doe (SSOM '87). The decision to use degree or school is up to the writer, according to what is appropriate in context.