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Mary Ann Scully, dean of the Sellinger School

Sellinger School Dean Mary Ann Scully receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Mary Ann Scully, MBA ’79, dean of Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management, will receive the 2022 CEO of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award from the Baltimore Business Journal. The award recognizes “executives who have had great success and made their mark professionally, and in the Greater Baltimore community, over a number of decades,” according to the journal.

Evening shot of Donnelly Science Center, interior lights illuminating the night

Loyola faculty members receive NSF grant to research quantitative literacy among engineering students

Raenita Fenner, Ph.D., chair and associate professor of engineering, and Peggy O’Neill, Ph.D., professor of writing, have been awarded a two-year grant from the National Science Foundation to help educators prepare engineering students for successful careers. The $125,000 grant will support their project, “Collaborative Research: Research Initiation: Defining Engineering Quantitative Literacy.” Fenner and O’Neill are beginning work on the grant with their collaborators this summer.
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Loyola receives gift from the Kahlert Foundation for mental health training and services

The Kahlert Foundation has given $100,000 to Loyola University Maryland to support access to mental health counseling and expand training of school counselors. The gift will offer discounted mental health counseling to clients at the Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC) and provide professional development to K–12 school counselors who train future school counselors.
Barry Rosen, the 2022 Business Leader of the Year honoree

Loyola names Barry Rosen as Business Leader of the Year

Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management named Barry F. Rosen, chairman and CEO of the law firm of Gordon Feinblatt LLC, as the 2022 Business Leader of the Year. The award honors business executives who embody Loyola’s Jesuit commitment to community and service in the leadership of their organization.
Students at Loyola's 2022 commencement ceremony

Loyola’s Class of 2021 lands jobs

Each year Loyola’s career services team reports on the first destination after graduation for the previous year’s graduating class. This year, 94.11% of respondents from the University’s Class of 2021 are employed, enrolled in graduate or professional school, and/or engaged in post-graduate or military service. The full-time annual salary of the graduates averaged $58,209.
Irene Bal was recently honored as the 2021-2022 Outstanding Educator Using Technology Award Winner

Educational Technology Lecturer Receives Outstanding Educator Award

Irene Bal, M.M.Ed., M.Ed., assistant teaching professor in Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education, was recently honored as the 2021-22 Outstanding Educator Using Technology Award Winner by the Maryland Society for Educational Technology (MSET) and Bluum.
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