On May 10, the Loyola University Chicago School of Environmental Sustainability (SES) held commencement for the class of 2022. They enter the next phase of their lives equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to take on some of the world’s biggest environmental challenges. Meet the graduates who received outstanding achievement awards for going above and beyond in academics, research, leadership, environmental stewardship, and service.
On Earth Day, Friday, April 22, six teams of Loyola students pitched their eco-friendly business plans to a panel of expert judges in the final round of the Abram's Sustainable Business Challenge. The three winning teams received cash prizes to help them launch their sustainable ventures. Meet the finalists and learn more about their inspiring enterprises.
This spring, the Student Government of Loyola Chicago (SGLC) held a year-end banquet to honor members who have shown extraordinary leadership. School of Environmental Sustainability (SES) student Beth Thilges received the Ignatian Leadership Award for her outstanding accomplishments this year as the chair of the SGLC Sustainability Committee.
This year on Earth Day, six teams of Loyola University Chicago students will pitch their ideas for sustainable businesses to a panel of expert judges in the Abrams Sustainable Business Challenge. The pitch contest is the culmination of an immersive learning experience that includes workshops and classes led by faculty from the School of Environmental Sustainability (SES), the Quinlan School of Business, and the Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility. LEARN MORE
Br. Mark Mackey, SJ describes the confluence of his life as a professor of environmental studies and his interior movement to join the Jesuits. Br. Mark’s story exemplifies well what it’s like to listen to the movements of his heart regarding his passion for the creation while discerning. WATCH VIDEO
The environment needs our help. At SES, we are passionate about being part of the solution to today’s environmental crisis. Join us and earn your Master of Science in Environmental Science and Sustainability or Graduate Certificate. LEARN MORE