Present at the Undergraduate Research and Engagement Symposium

Each Spring, as part of the Weekend of Excellence Undergraduate Research & Engagement Symposium (URES), students who have been involved in a community engagement project during the academic year are invited to present their work. Any Loyola undergraduate involved in a community engagement project—whether through a service-learning course, an academic internship course, or a campus-community partnership—is welcome to present their work. LEARN MORE


Apply for the Social Justice Internship Program

The Social Justice Internship Grant Program is a year-long, 250–275 hour internship experience. Students will have the opportunity to engage in significant work at a Chicago area non-profit. LEARN MORE


Check out Research Opportunities

Participation in research can take a variety of forms including volunteering to help a faculty member, working part-time on or off campus, participating in a LUROP fellowship, or undertaking a summer fellowship at another university or research institution. LEARN MORE