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Maryland Secretary of Service and Civic Innovation Paul Monteiro named Loyola’s 2024 Commencement Speaker

Maryland's first Secretary of Service and Civic Innovation Paul Monteiro will deliver the address at Loyola University Maryland’s 171st Commencement Exercises.

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Loyola’s MBA programs ranked among best in the nation

Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management’s Professional’s MBA, a part-time, evening MBA program designed for working professionals, was ranked No. 87 in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 rankings...

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Loyola’s vice president for enrollment management named president of The National Catholic College Admission Association

Eric Nichols, vice president for enrollment management at Loyola University Maryland, was elected president of The National Catholic College Admission Association. Established in 1959, the national association is a nonprofit organization of more...

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Frank D. Golom, Ph.D., ’04, named dean of Loyola’s school of arts and sciences

Frank D. Golom, Ph.D., has been named the next dean of Loyola College, the school of arts and sciences at Loyola University Maryland.

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Amy Becker, Ph.D., receives $50,000 grant for research supporting democracy

Amy Becker, Ph.D., professor of communication at Loyola University Maryland, received a $50,000 grant from Public Agenda.

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Yamil Hernández, ’25, named Public Policy and International Affairs fellow

Yamil Manuelle Hernández Santos, ’25, was selected as a Public Policy and International Affairs Program fellow and will participate in the organization’s Junior Summer Institute.

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Loyola awards $25,000 to Baltimore entrepreneurs

Loyola University Maryland’s Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship awarded a total of $25,000 to four ventures that participated in the center’s Baltipreneurs Accelerator.

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Provost Cheryl Moore-Thomas named to Daily Record’s Top 100 Women

Cheryl Moore-Thomas, Ph.D., NCC, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Loyola University Maryland, was named to the 2024 list of Maryland’s Top 100 Women by The Daily Record.

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Loyola receives $250,000 to establish endowed lecture for nursing

Loyola University Maryland received $250,000 from Geraldine Johnson Geckle, ’74, to establish the Geckle Endowed Lecture for Nursing. The annual lecture will support Loyola’s new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

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Loyola students publish “Untold Truths: Exposing Slavery and Its Legacies at Loyola”

Loyola University Maryland’s Center for the Humanities and Apprentice House Press will mark the publication of Untold Truths: Exposing Slavery and Its Legacies at Loyola with a book launch event on April 15, 2024, at 7 p.m.

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