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Loyola launches strategic planning process

With an eye on the future of Loyola University Maryland, the University has launched its strategic planning process and is inviting all members of the Loyola community to participate.
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$400K grant funds new scientific instrument to expand cell biology research at Loyola

Four faculty members from Loyola University Maryland’s biology department received a $412,470 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to acquire a specialized cell sorting instrument and launch an innovative flow cytometry core facility that will support Loyola research as well as other local universities and biotech startups.
Camika Royal, Ph.D., associate professor of urban education at Loyola’s School of Education

Loyola panel celebrates new book, addresses race issues in education

Loyola University Maryland will hold “Black Educators and School Reform: Looking Back and Moving Forward,” a panel discussion celebrating the publication of Not Paved For Us: Black Educators and Public School Reform in Philadelphia by Camika Royal, Ph.D., associate professor of urban education at Loyola’s School of Education.
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Loyola ranked No. 4 in north by U.S. News & World Report

Loyola University Maryland was ranked No. 4 among the “Best Regional Universities” in the North Region in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” rankings for 2023. Loyola has been recognized in the top five for more than a decade.
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Loyola ranked No. 31 among top master’s universities in the nation

Loyola University Maryland was ranked No. 31 nationally in Washington Monthly’s 2022 Master’s University Rankings, which rates schools based on “what they do for the country,” measuring “their contribution to the public good in three broad categories: social mobility, research, and providing opportunities for public service,” according to the publication.
Brian M. Oakes, ’99, MBA ’10, standing in front of the Humanities building on Loyola's evergreen campus

Brian M. Oakes named Loyola’s vice president for advancement

Brian M. Oakes, ’99, MBA ’10, has been named Loyola University Maryland’s next vice president for advancement, effective immediately. In the position, he oversees the offices of advancement, alumni engagement, marketing and communications, and external relations. 
Members of the class of 2026 moving onto campus in front of Thea Bowman hall with some parents on a beautiful sunny day

Loyola welcomes largest, most diverse class in school history

Loyola University Maryland welcomed the Class of 2026, the largest, most racially diverse class with the highest average high school GPA in the University’s 170-year history, at the University’s New Student Convocation on Friday, Sept. 2. 
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