Loyola dance students will perform this Friday, March 17 at 11 a.m. in Mundelein Auditorium to bring the message of climate change to audiences. The performance is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the Institute of Environmental Sustainability and the Department of Fine and Performing Arts.
Dr. Ross says criticism, whether deserved or not, whether in your personal or professional life, whether important or trivial, can be difficult to take. But learning to absorb and learn from it is key to your success. We all need to know how to accept criticism with grace. READ MORE
National security and military issues took center stage during a panel discussion February 16 when senior military officers visited Loyola as part of the Eisenhower Series College Program, a United States Army War College academic outreach program. The College of Arts and Sciences hosted the group along with the Department of Political Science, International Studies program, Peace Studies program, and Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC programs. LEARN MORE
Megan Klein, one of this year's President's Medallion recipients, is working on her doctorate in sociology, is studying how school closings—and the subsequent redistribution of students into new schools—shape residents’ views on integration and diversity. READ MORE
In the spring Barbara Skrzypek received word that she was accepted into the prestigious CERN summer institute program for physics students. While she wasn’t entirely sure what to expect, she found that working at CERN and living among emerging and established scientists opened up a world of possibilities.