Faculty and Staff

The Loyola College of Arts and Sciences is composed of 21 academic departments with approximately 200 full-time faculty. The College offers undergraduate degree programs in the traditional liberal arts, engineering, speech pathology/audiology, and education. It also offers masters programs in computer science, education, modern studies, pastoral counseling, psychology, and speech pathology/audiology. There is a Ph.D. program in pastoral counseling and a Psy.D. program in clinical psychology.

Dr. Peggy O'Neill, Associate Dean of Humanities
poneill1@loyola.edu, 410-617-2404

Dr. Bahram Roughani, Associate Dean for the Natural and Applied Sciences
broughani@loyola.edu, 410-617-2562

Dr. Jeffrey Barnett, Associate Dean of Social Sciences/Graduate Programs
jbarnett@loyola.edu, 410-617-5382

Jason McMahon, Technology Support Specialist - Loyola College
Mr. McMahon provides technology support and services to all of Loyola College.
, 410-617-2938

Christopher Murphy, Business and Analytics Coordinator
Mr. Murphy is the contact person for budget questions, processing and reimbursements as well as monitoring data with regard to faculty for Loyola College.
, 410-617-7430

Anita Major, Executive Assistant
Ms. Major is the executive assistant to Dr. Amanda Thomas, Dean of Loyola College.  She provides operational and administrative support, managing the calendar, coordinating faculty reviews, appointments, meetings, and events.  She also provides additional support for the three associate deans: Drs. Moore, Barnett, and Roughani as needed.  Ms. Major coordinates and tracks the forms and documents related to the hiring and annual review processes and handles all per course and new hire contracts.

Jennifer Sullivan, Executive Assistant
Mrs. Sullivan provides support in planning and organizing Natural and Applied Sciences events and activities including Grand Seminar, Hauber Summer Research Fellowship Program and Cosmos and Creations Conference. She maintains the Loyola College website and materials related to Emergency Preparedness.