With all that is going on in Washington, I appreciate cause for celebration and reason for optimism. Pope Francis brings us both. For an institution facing its challenges, the Catholic Church’s selection of a Jesuit leader certainly leaves me with a sense of hope. Pope Francis’s very selection of his...Read More
February is usually a time when the post-holiday blues hit in Maryland. This time of year is typically devoted to resolutions and cleaning and hunkering down for the cold months. Although the thaw of spring is not that far off, it seems as if it will never come. W-2 distribution marks the start of ta...Read More
The end of any year finds us winding down a semester, preparing for the start of another, involved in both holiday commitments and spending time with family and friends. With all of these happenings, the New Year often arrives as a continuation of the previous one; before you know it, it is time to r...Read More
As 2012 draws to a close and we celebrate the holiday season, we have much to be thankful for at Loyola University Maryland and in the Sellinger School. I’m proud to report we finished the year with additional strong accolades. The Sellinger School of Business was included among the Princeton Review’...Read More
Higher education, both in its construction and mode of delivery, is under scrutiny in the media and has the general populace asking, “Is it still worth it?” It’s a valid question and one that needs answering.
As businesses identify and adapt to shifts in the marketplace, business schools must do the...Read More