Update: Loyola will suspend campus reopening and continue online learning for the fall semester. Find more information on Loyola's coronavirus website.

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Reading Specialist Program Recognition

Loyola’s Reading Specialist Program Receives National Recognition for Teacher Readiness from International Literacy Association

Loyola University Maryland’s Reading Specialist program has been recognized by the International Literacy Association (ILA) for its outstanding preparation of literacy professionals and continuous efforts to transform lives through literacy. The Reading Specialist program is one path offered through Loyola's Master of Education in Literacy and leads to certification.
Daniel Castillo, Ph.D., associate professor of theology

Loyola faculty member receives awards from the Louisville Institute and The Kroc Institute of Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame

Daniel Castillo, Ph.D., associate professor of theology, received a Sabbatical Grant for Researchers from the Louisville Institute. The $29,873 grant partially supports Castillo’s salary while on sabbatical as well as conference travel. Receiving this highly competitive grant will allow Castillo to work on his book, “I Have Seen”: God-Talk and Christian Praxis in the Anthropocene, during the 2020-2021 academic year. In further support of this project, Castillo was also named a Visiting Research Fellow at the Kroc Institute of Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. As a fellow, he will have the opportunity to converse with a number of scholars from around the world, working out of diverse disciplines. 
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Loyola to offer online-only instruction for Fall 2020

Loyola University Maryland’s Board of Trustees and leadership have decided the University will offer online-only instruction to its undergraduate students for the fall semester. Graduate programs, which are mainly part-time programs for adult learners, will also be offered primarily online.

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Loyola University Maryland offers free ASPIRE courses and career support to the Class of 2020

In light of the unique challenges caused by COVID-19, Loyola University Maryland has developed a robust program to help support alumni from the Class of 2020. As part of a joint initiative between the office of continuing education, the Loyola Alumni Association, and career services, Loyola will provide professional resources to these recent graduates, who are facing distinctive challenges as they launch their careers.
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