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We are Chicago's Jesuit, Catholic university

a diverse community seeking God in all things and working to expand knowledge in the service of humanity through justice, learning and faith.

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LUC Ends Provost Search

Loyola is excited to welcome Douglas W. Wood, PhD, as its new Provost and Chief Academic Officer starting July 8, 2024. Dr. Woods is currently Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost for Graduate and Professional Studies at Marquette University.

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Vice Provost Reflects on Research at Jesuit Institution

LUC Vice Provost for Research Meharvan Singh, PhD, penned an essay about how Jesuit practices of expanding knowledge in the spirit of humanity and seeking God in all things are guiding principles for Loyola's researchers.

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LUC Renews Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

Loyola University Chicago has once again received the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification from the American Council on Education and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. This prestigious award is granted to only 40 colleges and universities in the United States for outstanding service and community engagement with surrounding neighborhoods.

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"Only by being a person for others does one become fully human." Pedro Arrupe, S.J.

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Loyola Welcomes New Dean of Arrupe College

Reverend Martin, Connell, SJ, is transitioning to a new role as Dean of Arrupe College on August 1, 2024. Father Connell is joining LUC from Santa Clara University, where he has served as rector of the Jesuit School of Theology since 2018.

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LUC Professor Discusses Career as Bioethicist

Director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Healthcare Leadership at Stritch School of Medicine Mark Kuczewski, PhD, was recently featured on Profiles in Catholicism. Dr. Kuczewski discusses some of the challenges and rewards of working as a bioethicist.

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LUC Professor Advocates for Solidarity with Migrants

Richard A. McCormick, SJ, Endowed Chair of Catholic Moral Theology Hille Haker, PhD, recently contributed to a Boston Pilot article about the importance and urgency of Catholic solidarity with migrants to the US.

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CSA Soup Kitchen

Feb 20
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Holy Rosary

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