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Deborah M. Cady Melzer, Ph.D., has been named Loyola University Maryland’s next vice president for student development and dean of students

Deborah M. Cady Melzer, Ph.D., to be Loyola’s next vice president for student development and dean of students

Deborah M. Cady Melzer, Ph.D., has been named Loyola University Maryland’s next vice president for student development and dean of students. Cady Melzer joins Loyola from Assumption University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she is vice president for student affairs. She was selected after the completion of a national search and will begin at Loyola on July 18, 2022.
 
Loyola's 2022 Commencement Exercises at the M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, May 14.

Loyola celebrates Class of 2022 at Commencement ceremony

Loyola University Maryland celebrated the Class of 2022 at the University’s 169th Commencement during a ceremony at M&T Bank Stadium in downtown Baltimore on Saturday, May 14, 2022. Approximately 1,200 students walked across the stage to mark the completion of their bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees during the ceremony.
Grace Garret, ’21, and Darian López Robles, ’19, have won prestigious Fulbright Scholarships to study abroad.

Two Loyola graduates awarded Fulbright Scholarships

Two Loyola graduates, Grace Garret, ’21, and Darian López Robles, ’19, have won prestigious Fulbright Scholarships to study abroad. Garret will travel to South Korea in January of 2023 as an English Teaching Assistant, while López Robles will use her Fulbright Scholarship to serve as an English Teaching Assistant in Argentina.
Robert D. Kelly, Ph.D., vice president and special assistant to the president

Robert D. Kelly, Ph.D., to leave Loyola to become president of University of Portland

Robert D. Kelly, Ph.D., vice president and special assistant to the president, has been named president of the University of Portland, a Catholic university in Portland, Oregon. Kelly will continue to serve in his role at Loyola through the close of the spring semester before becoming president of the University of Portland in July. 
Lawrence T. Brown, Ph.D., author of “The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America”

Loyola lecture addresses segregation and racial equity in Baltimore

Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business will hold the Impact Fellowship Lecture on Thursday, April 28, at 4:30 p.m. with Lawrence T. Brown, Ph.D., author of “The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America.” The lecture will take place in the fourth-floor programming room in the Andrew White Student Center at Loyola University Maryland.
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