Much more than a researcher

Microbiologist Tom Gallagher, PhD, never thought he’d be a professor—and now he’s the Graduate Faculty Member of the Year.

Welcome Week is around the corner

Classes start August 29—and we’ve got nine days full of activities to help you kick off the new school year.

Research focuses on women sustainability leaders

Preliminary findings by Quinlan professor Anne Reilly suggests that women may be more effective corporate sustainability leaders.

Letter leads to meeting with President Obama

While some students may have spent their summer at an internship or part-time job, Noor Abdelfattah had a once-in-a-lifetime experience: meeting President Obama.

Taking it to the streets

See how a successful crowdfunding campaign helped Labre provide food and friendship to the homeless in Chicago.

Above and beyond

History major Michelle King spent her summer interning at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.

Conference helps build better educators

The fall event–which helps Loyola's professors and instructors become better educators–is scheduled for August 18 on the Lake Shore Campus.

Loyola students pitch in to highlight composting

More than 40 Loyola students volunteered at Lollapalooza to teach festivalgoers about the benefits of composting their food leftovers instead of trashing them.

See the world differently

Attend the spring Study Abroad Fair on Wednesday to learn more about Loyola’s global opportunities.

Welcome to Loyola, Dr. Rooney

Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, officially became Loyola's 24th president Monday, making her the first lay leader in the University's 146-year history.

Professor fights gender injustice

In her research, associate professor Linda Tuncay Zayer argues that marketers and advertisers must create campaigns that are inclusive and reflect the evolving perception of gender.

Kate Achter named head women’s basketball coach

Kate Achter was named head coach of the women’s basketball team on Tuesday, July 19. Achter comes to Loyola from Xavier University, where she served as an assistant coach.

Students study emerging markets in Southeast Asia

Quinlan graduate students share their thoughts on their study abroad experience in Southeast Asia.

Understanding bioinformatics

See how Loyola students are using computer programming and statistics to improve scientific research.

The deeper meaning of children’s books

See how a Loyola professor and her students are studying gender and diversity in children’s picture books.

‘Just Mercy’ is the 2016-17 First-Year Text

The fall semester may be weeks away, but incoming Loyola students have already received their first homework assignment: Read the book “Just Mercy.”

Ex-Rambler Jaeschke named to Olympic team

Former Loyola men’s volleyball standout Thomas Jaeschke—who won two NCAA titles as a Rambler—has earned a spot on the U.S. Olympic men’s volleyball team.

Meet the Founders’ Dinner award recipients

The service of faith and the promotion of justice is the mission of the Society of Jesus. Our 2016 Founders’ Dinner awards recipients are among the best and brightest examples of living out these Jesuit ideals.

Loyola hosts annual town-gown conference

More than 300 university professionals, city managers, and mayors came to Chicago to share insights and ways to improve campus-community relations.

Paving the way to college

Clarisse Mendoza (JFRC Spring '05, BA '06) is passionate about getting young people ready for college—even when they are still in elementary school.