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Loyola’s Mission Week celebration to explore faith that does justice

Loyola University Maryland will host Mission Week, a series of events and activities celebrating the University’s Jesuit and Maryland heritage, from March 17-23, 2024.

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Loyola celebrates the life of the Rev. Frank Haig, S.J., professor emeritus of physics

The Rev. Frank R. Haig, S.J., professor emeritus of physics, passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024. An accomplished astrophysicist, Fr. Haig will be remembered for his distinguished career as a scholar and professor.

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Loyola’s Baltipreneurs Accelerator Demo Day showcases local entrepreneurs

Loyola University Maryland’s Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship will hold the Baltipreneurs Accelerator Demo Day, where entrepreneurs will showcase their ventures in a pitch competition, receive awards, and network with attendees. Demo...

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Loyola faculty member helps provide mental health services to asylum seekers in Baltimore

In this Q&A, Noaf Bazaz shares how the HEAL Refugee Health & Asylum Collaborative, which is the first dedicated physical asylum clinic in Baltimore, is serving asylum seekers in the Baltimore area.

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Loyola launches new strategic plan, Together We Rise

Loyola announced the launch of its new strategic plan Together We Rise: Loyola University Maryland’s Strategic Plan for 2030.

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Loyola receives grant supporting career readiness integration in courses

Loyola University Maryland received a $15,000 grant from the Association of American Colleges & Universities to help faculty integrate career readiness skills into their courses and work with students.

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Loyola recognized as top Fulbright-producing institution

Loyola University Maryland was honored on the list of U.S. colleges and universities that produced the most Fulbright students for the 2023-2024 academic year.

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Loyola University Maryland honored for gender diversity in leadership

Loyola University Maryland was named to Executive Alliance’s Honor Roll, which recognizes organizations in Maryland that employ women in at least 30% of their executive leadership roles and have women in at least 30% of their board seats.

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Karson Institute to host “Loyola’s Quilted Peculiar Narrative” for Black History Month

The Karson Institute for Peace, Race, and Social Justice will offer an evening of social artivism designed to explore the institution of slavery, Loyola’s connection to it, and where to go from here. “Loyola’s Quilted Peculiar Narrative,”...

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Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business partners with Institute of World Politics

The Sellinger School of Business and Management has launched a partnership with The Institute of World Politics, a graduate school in Washington, D.C., that teaches national security and international affairs.

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