School of Law's Christine Chabot weighs in on politics and Supreme Court justices' retirements

Bloomberg’s June Grasso speaks with Christine Chabot, Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

Re-thinking the human diet: Students find new (yet old) protein sources in insects

Students had many insect flavors and styles to taste in Evolution of the Human Diet, a course taught by Kristin Krueger, PhD.

Colleen Reaney named to Crain's 2018 Chicago's Notable Women in Education list

Colleen Reaney, director of Executive Education at Loyola University Chicago, was named to Crain’s 2018 Chicago's Notable Women in Education list.

White House Correspondent

At the <i>New York Times</i>, Katie Rogers (BA ’07) is reporting on a presidency like no other

Learn more about Project SEED, the summer program introducing high school students to research

Local high school students are learning what the world of science is about in Loyola’s Chemistry and Biochemistry department.

Thrive in business sustainably? Try taking notes from nature’s 3.8 billion years of survival

Landrum, professor of sustainability management with an appointment in both Quinlan and Loyola’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability, outlines how businesses can learn from nature’s example.

The CHRC, School of Law, and other Jesuit programs react to the newest Executive Order

They join the Association of Jesuit Colleges & Universities.

Across the University

From the sciences to the humanities, all majors at Loyola find an education in advancing sustainability

Loyola engineering students design models to support nursing students

With the help of industry-standard software, freshmen help solve problems for various campus departments including designing and testing products.

Where faith meets science

Ecologist and Dean Nancy Tuchman on how Loyola’s Jesuit mission calls for us to restore our future.

DACA recipient and MD-PhD student calls for action from House Speaker Paul Ryan

I had the honor of meeting House Speaker Paul Ryan when we happened to share an airline flight last fall

Loyola oncologist’s study marks a breakthrough in treating the most common type of breast cancer

Loyola Medicine oncologist Dr. Kathy Albain is a co-author of the study

Following her passing, learn more about the life and work of Sister Ann Ida Gannon

It is with great sadness and a deep sense of loss that I inform you of the peaceful death of Sister Ann Ida Gannon, BVM, who was both a professor and president (1957-75) at Mundelein College.

Loyola joins the Institute for Translational Medicine as an affiliate partner

The National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences is supporting networks of research institutes with Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA).

Taking the time to savor: Learn about Professor Fred Bryant's research on enjoying the moment

Savoring, according to Loyola University psychologist Fred Bryant, is focusing on the good and beautiful in our lives.

Leaders in STEM

Meet just a handful of Loyola's female researchers, teachers, and mentors to the next generation

A city divided: Read the story behind LUMA's upcoming exhibit about segregation in Chicago

The upcoming multimedia exhibit, “Folded Map,” examines the city’s economic, racial and other types of segregation by bringing together residents from opposite sides of the city.

Testing the waters

Litter might not be the only pollutants in rivers and streams, finds biologist John Kelly

Defying the odds

Relive the Ramblers' historic 2017-18 season and electrifying March Madness run

What are the links between sustainability and gender?

More female corporate leaders are found in sustainability governance compared to other corporate leadership roles.