Loyola-Notre Dame Library Exhibition
January - May 2022
In 1971, after nearly 120 years as an all-male college, Loyola merged with Mt. Saint Agnes College, a women’s Catholic institution. Visit our exhibit to learn the history of women at Loyola before, during, and after this momentous change.
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Reclaiming Afghan Identity Amid Taliban Restrictions on Women's Rights
Dr. Bahar Jalali (History), along with Dr. Oghentoja Okoh (History), Dr. Janine Holc (Political Science) and Dr. Mary Kate Schneider (Global Studies) engaged in critical conversation on the current situation in Afghanistan in a teach-in sponsored by the History Department, the Global Studies Program and the Political Science Department.
Watch the Teach-In on Afghan Women's Rights and Identity
Hanway Lecture in Global Studies
Nadia Murad, 2018 Nobel Peace Prize recipient and human rights activist, delivered Loyola's 2021 Hanway Lecture on November 10, 2021.
Read more on the Hanway Lecture website
Graduates Who Mean Business: A Virtual Speaker Series with Women Leaders
From Greyhounds to glass-ceiling breakers, many Sellinger School graduates are making waves in the business world—locally and around the globe. We connected with these accomplished women in a virtual, but intimate, setting where they discussed their experiences, answered questions, and provided valuable takeaways. Anisya Fritz, Proprietor and Director of marketing and Consumer Sales at Lynmar Estate, joined this series to share her reflections on The Business of Life and how her passion for people, learning, and growing infuses everything she does.
Sister Cleophas Costello Lecture
Loyola welcomed back alumna McKenzie Coan, ’18, professional swimmer, public speaker, disability advocate, and author for the 30th Sister Cleophas Costello Lecture.
Read more on the Cleophas Lecture website
Celebrating 50 Years of Loyola Women's Athletics
Loyola Athletics welcomed back several alumni to participate in a panel discussion – "How It Started, How It's Going" – which focused on areas of women's athletics at the school over the last five decades.
Martin Luther King, Jr., Convocation
“The New Jim Crow: An Evening with Michelle Alexander” convocation offered new perspectives while discussing Alexander's critically acclaimed bestseller, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, which examines racial injustice in the modern legal system and calls us all to action for improved human rights in America.
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Maryland Day Convocation
Maryland Day serves as the cornerstone of Mission Week. This year's Maryland Day Convocation featured the Milch, Faculty Excellence, and AMDG Awards; Inauguration of SGA Officers; and special guest, Carrie Fox, '01, Founder and CEO of Mission Partners.
Learn more about Carrie Fox, '01, on the Maryland Day webpage
Loyola’s academic division of natural and applied sciences presented the 2022 Grand Seminar featuring keynote speaker Nicola Fox, Ph.D., Heliophysics Division Director in the Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC.
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The 2022 Busch Lecture featured Jean Oelwang, founding CEO and president of Virgin Unite, the foundation of the Virgin Group and Branson family that works to change business for good, address climate change, support entrepreneurs and protect human rights.
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Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series
The Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series hosted speakers and events that contribute to raising awareness about peace and justice issues. Award winning author Carolyn Forché and published anthropologist Stephanie Savell delivered engaging lectures throughout the series.
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Loyola's 2022 Commencement speaker was entrepreneur, business strategist, and humanitarian Anisya Fritz, Ph.D. Dr. Fritz, who graduated from Loyola in 1985 with a Bachelor of Business Administration, came to Loyola from India at the age of 17. She is the proprietor and experience manager for Lynmar Estates in California’s Sonoma County, which she owns with her husband, Lynn. At Lynmar, which embraces sustainability and stewardship as its core values, Dr. Fritz develops and leads the customer-facing team, expanding and evolving the food and wine experiences. Dr. Fritz consults with global humanitarian relief organizations and lectures worldwide on humanitarian logistics. She also teaches entrepreneurship in the wine industry at Sonoma State University and has presented to students in Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business and Management.
Learn more about the 2022 Commencement Ceremonies