Loyola University Chicago

University Marketing and Communication

Case Statement

Michael R. Quinlan $40-million gift to Loyola's School of Business

We received official word of a $40-million gift to Loyola's School of Business three weeks prior to Founders' Dinner, an annual event to celebrate people who have contributed a great deal to Loyola. The decision was made to announce the gift publicly at the dinner, which necessitated a speedy and efficient collaboration among staff in Advancement, University Marketing and Communication, and the School of Business.

  • Colleen Newquist Appointed Vice President for Marketing and Communication

    Colleen joins Loyola after a distinguished 25-year career at the University of Chicago, where she was integral to the launch of the university's comprehensive, multi-billion-dollar campaign. As vice president at Loyola, she will lead University Marketing and Communication, serving as the architect and integrator of marketing and communication efforts across the University, and counseling University leadership on communications, marketing, and media and public relations.