Forum to discuss lead poisoning

Loyola is hosting government officials, advocates, researchers, and others for a public forum to discuss lead poisoning in Chicago and Cook County.

Art is in her DNA

By mixing her love of art with her background in biology, Loyola professor Hunter Cole, PhD, is transforming the way people see science.

More than child’s play

Loyola researchers are taking a hands-on approach to get youngsters interested in STEM fields.

Loyola launches Lake Shore Community Partners

New Loyola program builds on the University's existing relationships within Rogers Park and Edgewater—and will work to improve the quality of life for area residents.

Meet Loyola’s chief diversity and inclusion officer

In her role as chief diversity and inclusion officer, Winifred Williams, PhD, is working to bring people together to make Loyola an even more open and accepting university.

Service trips provide alternative to school breaks

Loyola offers more than 20 Alternative Break Immersion trips through the Campus Ministry department-and interest in the program has soared in recent years.

Professor brings diverse perspective to Cabinet

Christopher Manning, PhD, who joined the President’s Cabinet to serve as a diversity advisor, brings a unique perspective to his new role.

The sights of summer

As the start of the school year approaches, we look at Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.

The sights of summer

With the official start of the season just a few days away, we look at Loyola and Chicago in all their warm-weather glory.

State of the University recap

Read highlights—and watch the video—of Interim President John P. Pelissero’s State of the University Address in February.

Loyola hosting annual climate change conference

This year's conference, which runs from March 17-19, will examine the economic, ethical, and political challenges surrounding climate change.

Meet Jill Geisler, the inaugural Bill Plante Chair

A seasoned journalist and leadership expert, she’s now sharing her experience and knowledge with students in Loyola’s School of Communication.

Center takes innovative approach to criminal justice

Loyola’s new Center for Criminal Justice Research, Policy, and Practice brings together experts from several fields of study to share resources and insights.

Impress employers at the Career Fair

These five tips will give you the upper hand when you attend Wednesday’s Career Fair at the Damen Student Center.

Healing through dance

Every week, Loyola instructor Sarah Cullen Fuller helps people with Parkinson’s disease deal with their symptoms in a non-conventional way: by teaching them to dance.

Preparing for the next outbreak

Niehoff School of Nursing graduate Amelia Bumsted (DNP '15) is working to keep health care workers safe when treating infectious diseases.

Help support MAP funding

Join the statewide ##MAPmatters campaign to tell Gov. Rauner to pass the MAP funding bill.

Students go extra mile to support instructor

Jennifer Zitzner of the Department of Biology mixed her personal life with her teaching life and was rewarded with a heartwarming surprise from her students.

Language is no barrier

International students at Loyola are volunteering across the city—and improving their English skills in the process.

Arrupe College featured on WGN

Meet some of the students who are thriving at Loyola’s Arrupe College—and see how the school hopes to change higher education.