Read articles from Loyola magazine written by academic affairs work study students and Loyola magazine staff which offer a glimpse at the research and passions of Loyola faculty.
Pamela Wruble, Ph.D., visiting clinical instructor of special education, shares her thoughts on Jesuit education.
Kevin Hula, Ph.D., associate professor of political science, gives an insight into his passion for political science.
Natka Bianchini, Ph.D., class dean for the class of 2019, discusses her hopes for her new position and fun facts about herself.
Arthur Sutherland, Ph.D., class dean for the class of 2020, gives an insight into his goals for his new position and a few fun facts about himself.
Paul Tallon, Ph.D., professor of information systems, discusses his class's tech trek to Ireland for his course, Management of Global IT.
Classics Club students bring art and color to the Classics department lounge.
Astrid Schmidt-King, J.D., visiting affiliate assistant professor of law and social responsibility, offers a snapshot of her course, Legal Environment of Business.
Ravi Srinivasan, Ph.D., assistant professor of operations management, discusses his joy of teaching and research.
David Carey, Jr., Ph.D., professor of history and the Doehler Chair of History, discusses his passion for uncovering hidden voices of the past through his research.
Beth Kotchick, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology discusses her passion for teaching and her research interests.
Rebecca Trump, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing, talks about the course Socially Responsible Marketing.
Lt. Col. Sean Gallagher talks about Loyola’s ROTC Program.
Marie Kerins, Ed.D., associate vice president for research and graduate affairs, discusses her research on child and adolescent communication disorders.
Brian Norman, Ph.D., faculty development fellow and associate professor of English, discusses conversations on race that have been happening at Loyola.
Tania Rosas-Moreno, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication, discusses why communication underlies our ability to exist.
Amy Wolfson, Ph.D., vice president for academic affairs, discusses what it's like to work at Loyola, as well as her research on sleep disorders.