Coming full circle: Law alum Jarrett Adams tells NBC News about his first win in court

Loyola law alum Jarrett Adams recently had his first win in court. He helped overturn an innocent man's conviction in the same state that, years ago, had sentenced him to prison for a crime he did not commit.

Receiving a stronger mission

Loyola announces a $6 million gift benefiting Arrupe students and graduates


This summer, we're celebrating Lake Michigan

How one Quinlan professor is working to understand the motivations of foreign investors

Investors in Iran are not homogenous, exhibiting different behavior across demographic, psychological, and economic factors, says Abol Jalilvand, PhD, the Ralph Marotta Endowed Chair in Free Enterprise and professor of finance.

The Jesuit next door

Over his 40 years at Loyola, Jerry Overbeck, S.J., has formed lasting relationships with generations of alumni

Musical by numbers

One alum is bringing theater and math together to break some gender barriers

Ignatian Service Days

Every year, the University community steps up, but that doesn't mean getting involved is a one-time thing

Loyola's Department of Physics names new chair, Constantin Rasinariu, PhD

Constantin Rasinariu, PhD, will become chair of the Department of Physics effective July 1. Rasinariu comes to Loyola after serving as dean of Graduate Studies at Columbia College Chicago where he spent the last 18 years as a professor and an administrator.

Translating research

New discoveries that could impact patients' lives are taking place on Loyola's Health Sciences Campus

Alum earns national education award after decades of supporting students

In March, Harry Rossi (EdD '85) received the 2017 American Association of School Administrators Distinguished Service Award.

The Graduate School announces its new associate dean

Sue Penckofer, PhD, Faculty Scholar and Distinguished University Research Professor in the School of Nursing, will become the Associate Dean of the Graduate School, effective July 10, 2017.

Welcome to Loyola

Classes don't start until August—but incoming freshmen are getting their start at Orientation

Marketing students headed to Europe to study global branding and pitch ideas to L'Oréal Spain

During a transformative week in Seville and Madrid, marketing students visited leading Spanish brands, pitched ideas, and learned about the local culture.

PhD students step out of the laboratory and into advocacy for a Washington conference

Biochemistry and molecular biology students are trying to bring more science programs to schools

IES' Reuben Keller tackles the combined effect that research and policy can have on invasive species

Invasive alien species harm ecosystems, economies and human health across the globe.

Breaking the code: Loyola students give back and teach school children robotics

11 Loyola students attended the tournament at Damen Student Center, where they served as judges and mentors for participants from 13 elementary, middle, and high schools from Chicago, Skokie, and Deerfield.

Opioid crisis: James DeFrancesco works to identify its hidden causes

DeFrancesco has been at Loyola for less than two years, but he’s already made his mark on campus, across the nation, and worldwide. For nearly two decades, he served as a forensics scientist for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) laboratory in Chicago.

School of Law: Representatives Schiff and Quigley (JD 89) talk politics and policy at Loyola

The event reflects the law school’s expanding role as a locus for community dialogue on issues relating to justice, democracy, and the rule of law. Barry Sullivan, Loyola’s Cooney & Conway Chair in Advocacy, and Jessica Droeger, member of panel cosponsor Lawyers for Good Government and a leader of Indivisible Lincoln Square, moderated the discussion.

Views from the city

Growing up amidst urban poverty led me to ask all the right questions

Paving the way to college

Cassandra Gaddo (JFRC Fall ’03, BA ’05) helps young women become career-focused and college-bound