“State AGs Fight T-Mobile Merger with Sprint at Trial (Podcast)” Spencer Waller, JD, (director, Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies and professor, School of Law) was interviewed in this segment. He discussed the trial and possible consequences of the merger between the major phone companies of T-Mobile and Sprint. 12.11.19: Bloomberg The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“‘Someone shot, but the clock didn’t stop’: Learning Shakespeare and writing sonnets in youth prison” James Garbarino, PhD, (Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology and professor, psychology) was quoted in this article. He highlighted how writing about trauma is more beneficial than discussing it. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally, […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Local ‘Dreamers’ Watch Supreme Court Hearing On DACA” Fernanda Herrera, (student) and Cesar Montelongo Hernandez, (student) were featured in this segment. These two students attended the DACA hearing at the U.S. Supreme Court. They detailed how DACA has helped them succeed. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally, and nationally. 11.12.19: WBBM […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Brother studying at Loyola nominated for Opus Prize” Bannakaroli Brother, Charles Nuwagaba, (student, pastoral counseling) was featured in this article. Brother Charles was recognized for being nominated for the $1 million Opus Prize awarded each year to a faith-based leader in humanitarian efforts. Micael Clarke, PhD, (associate professor, English) was also quoted. 11.6.19: Chicago Catholic The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Love in the workplace: Here’s why McDonald’s had to fire CEO Steve Easterbrook” Tom Luetkemeyer, JD, (adjunct professor, School of Law) was quoted in this article. He detailed why the McDonald’s Corporation had to take action against the CEO and the consequences the strict zero tolerance policy on office relationships can potentially have for the […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“How the Chicago Teachers Union Contract Helps Students, Teachers” Malik Henfield, PhD, (dean, School of Education) was interviewed in this segment. He highlighted the outcome of the Chicago Teachers Union strike and the changes that the new contract will bring to students. 11.4.19: WTTW The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Gig economy: Uber launches new app to connect employers with temp staff” Peter Norlander, PhD, (assistant professor, Quinlan School of Business ) was quoted in this article. He highlighted the possible risks Uber will face with the new Uber Works app. 10.4.19: CGTN The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Pompeo, Democrats Trade Intimidation Charges in Trump Probe” John Dehn, JD, (associate professor, School of Law and faculty director, National Security and Civil Rights Program) was interviewed in this segment about the possible impeachment of Donald Trump. 10.2.19: WTTW The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola To Offer Free College Program To Aurora Students” This article featured the partnership between the city of Aurora and Loyola University Chicago to offer a free college program to graduates of the Chicago suburb’s high schools. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally and nationally. 9.22.19: CBS Chicago The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Do Cash Rewards For Crime Tips Work?” Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) was quoted in this article. He detailed why sometimes a cash reward can be beneficial. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally and nationally. 9.17.19: NPR […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
22 million pounds of plastics enter the Great Lakes each year. Most of the pollution pours into Lake Michigan. Timothy Hoellein, PhD, (assistant professor, biology) was interviewed in this article about his research on the effects of micro-plastics in the Great Lakes on humans. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally and […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
Remembering The Life And Legacy Of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison Badia Sahar Ahad, PhD, (associate professor, English) was interviewed in this segment about the impact Toni Morrison had on African-American voices. The post first appeared on Media Clips.
Fed Cuts Interest Rates for First Time Since 2008 Recession Anastasios (Tassos) G. Malliaris, PhD, (Walter F. Mullady, Sr. professor, Quinlan School of Business) was interviewed in this segment. He discussed how the Federal Reserve may have lowered interest rates due to public pressure from Donald Trump. The post first appeared on Media Clips.
Sister Jean Turns 100: The Secret to Loving Life Is Living With Joy Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry) was featured in this article. As she turned 100, she highlighted her time at Loyola and revealed the secret to her long life. The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Instagram is trying to stop bullying. What parents can do to help.” Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, (associate professor, School of Social Work) was quoted in this article about the responsibility of not only companies but also parents in the protection of children from cyber-bullying. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally, nationally, […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“What is Risk Management, and How Will it Save Chicago Money?” Abol Jalilvand, PhD, (Ralph Marotta Endowed Chair in Free Enterprise and professor, Quinlan School of Business) was interviewed in this piece that highlights the benefits of good risk management in the context of Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s recent appointment of the city’s first “chief risk […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola’s Arrupe College grads complete four-year degrees” This article featured students who graduated from a four-year university after attending Loyola’s Arrupe College. Arrupe alumni Jacqueline Cruz and Brandon Thomas were quoted about the impact Arrupe had on their lives. 6.19.19: Chicago Catholic The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Up All Night” Michael Murphy, PhD, (director, Catholic studies, and director, Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage) was interviewed about the breakthrough of Pope Francis positioning the first known black Roman Catholic priest in the United States, Rev. Augustine Tolton, for possible sainthood. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally, nationally, […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Inaugural Class of Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago Students Graduate with Four-Year Degrees” This article highlighted Arrupe alumni’s graduation from four-year colleges. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College) was quoted in this article. Arrupe alumnae Asya Meadows and Blanca Rodriguez were also quoted in this article. 5.14.19: Ignatian Solidarity Network The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Meet the women leaders who are transforming Jesuit higher education” Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, (president) was featured in this article. She highlighted her decision to pursue the role of president and how she has prioritized articulating the mission of the University. 5.14.19: America Magazine The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Groundbreaking study could lead to fast, simple test for Ebola virus” This article examined the scientific breakthrough revealed in a study conducted by Ravi Durvasula, MD, (endowed professor and chairman, Stritch School of Medicine) and Adinarayana Kunamneni, MD, (research assistant professor, Stritch School of Medicine). The article highlighted the impact this study could have on […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“NBC 5 Today at 11 a.m.” This segment featured the impact that continuous visits from therapy dogs have on the patients at Loyola University Medical Center. Andrew Bonwit, MD, (assistant professor, Stritch School of Medicine) was interviewed in this segment. 5.6.19: NBC 5 The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Tastemakers” This segment featured a partnership between Loyola University Chicago and a local Edgewater factory, owned by Jenny Yang, Phoenix Bean. The goal of this partnership is to eliminate food waste. Nancy Tuchman, PhD, (founding dean, Institute of Environmental Sustainability) and Olivia Niosi (student, environmental science) were interviewed in this segment. 4.28.19: PBS The post first appeared on Media Clips.
Women at the helm: Unique opportunity to ‘right the ship’ Twyla Blackmond Larnell, PhD, (assistant professor, political science) was quoted in this article. She discussed how moving up in the political world is becoming more accessible to women. 4.19.19: Chicago Sun-Times The post first appeared on Media Clips.
How a legendary Final Four run changed lives at Loyola This article examined the deep impact Loyola’s final four run had on the team and on the school. This article quoted Porter Moser (head coach, men’s basketball) and several men’s basketball players including Clayton Custer, Ben Richardson, Donte Ingram, and Marques Townes. 4.3.19: Yahoo Sports The post first appeared on Media Clips.
First African-American female mayor in Chicago history elected Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) was quoted in this article. He highlighted the benefits a new mayor can bring to Chicago. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally, nationally, and […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Inciting terror on the internet can be regulated. Congress needs to act” Alexander Tsesis, JD, (Raymond and Mary Simon Chair in Constitutional Law and professor, School of Law) wrote this article examining how the internet can be used to spread propaganda. 3.23.19: CNN Business The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“How a Serbian war criminal became an icon of white nationalism” Edin Hajdarpasic, PhD, (associate professor, history) wrote this piece exploring how a Serbian War criminal became a vaunted figure among nationalist and white supremacist movements and individuals. 3.20.19: Washington Post The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Boeing missed a critical moment for leadership” Seth Green, JD, (executive lecturer and founding director, Baumhart Center) wrote an op-ed that highlighted how the Boeing 737 crisis has revealed Boeing’s character. 3.13.19: Crain’s Chicago Business The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Paid family leave gaining bipartisan support” Megan Sholar, PhD, (instructor, honors program) was interviewed on CBS News to discuss family leave. 3.6.19: CBS News The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“DeVos overhaul could make campus sex misconduct harder to prove. Will that protect the accused or silence accusers?” Timothy Love, JD, (executive director for equity and compliance and the Title IX coordinator) was quoted in this article. Loyola student Payton Neufelder was also interviewed for and quoted in this article. 2.26.19: Chicago Tribune The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola scores big grant for new health school” Due to a $20 million donation, Loyola University Chicago announced the launch of a new school of health sciences and public health in the fall. Similar coverage appeared in print, broadcast, and radio outlets locally. 2.25.19: Crain’s Chicago Business The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“What Could Happen to Jussie Smollett After Allegation He Staged Hate Attack?” Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) was quoted in this article. 2.21.19: People The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Putin’s Dream of Godliness: Holy Russia” Michael Khodarkovsky, PhD, (professor, Russian history) authored this piece exploring the impact the recent schism in the Russian Orthodox Church had on Putin’s efforts to portray a Russia with a homogeneous identity and to reinforce state control of the church. 1.22.19: The New York Times The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Chicago Tonight” George Thiruvathukal, PhD, (professor, computer science, and director, departmental computing) was interviewed about social media users’ efforts to protect their data and the backlash against Facebook. 1.8.19: WTTW The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“What a College Major Is and How It Can Shape Your Future” Erin Moriarty (dean of admissions) was quoted in this article about how colleges help students pick the best major for themselves. 12.12.18: US News & World Report The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“WLTZ First News at Noon” A study conducted by Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine was the focus of this story. The study found that black women are much more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer than white women. Similar coverage appeared nationally. 12.7.18: WLTZ-NBC 38 The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Proposed Fed Sexual Misconduct Rules For Colleges Conflict With Illinois Law” Tim Love, JD, (associate dean of students) was interviewed in this piece about newly proposed rules that would change how colleges handle sexual misconduct allegations. Similar coverage appeared in several national outlets. 11.21.18: WBEZ The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola-Chicago raises Final Four banner; Sister Jean addresses crowd” The Loyola men’s basketball home opener was the focus of this article. Similar coverage appeared in local news outlets.11.9.18: ESPN The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Emmett Till’s Death Could Easily Have Been Forgotten. Here’s How It Became a Civil Rights Turning Point Instead” Elliot J. Gorn, PhD, (professor, history and Joseph A. Gagliano Chair in American Urban History), wrote an article about the historical significance of the murder of Emmett Till. The article was featured in several national news outlets, […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Diverse Populations Are Needed To Understand The Genetics Of Complex Traits” Heather Wheeler, PhD, (professor, biology) wrote an article about her research, which focused on genetic expression in various populations. 10.17.18: Science Trends The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Sears Files For Bankruptcy; Will Close More Than 180 Stores” Seth Green, JD, (executive lecturer and founding director, Baumhart Center) was quoted in this article about the Sears bankruptcy. 10.15.18: CBS 2 The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola’s Sister Jean, 99, is inducted into state’s Senior Hall of Fame” Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry) was inducted into the Illinois Senior Hall of Fame this past Friday. She was recognized for her ministry to the men’s basketball team and for her involvement in helping to […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“A leader in child protection” Loyola University Chicago’s School of Law was named the top law school in the country for child law. 10.12.18: PreLaw Magazine The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Jason Van Dyke Trial: Chicago braces for verdict in very different ways” Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) was quoted in this piece, speaking about the impact the Jason Van Dyke trial had on Chicago communities. 10.4.18: NBC News The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Illinois’ top colleges in 2019: U.S. News and World Report” Loyola University Chicago was recently named the 89th best college in the country by U.S. News and World Report. Loyola was previously listed at 103rd. Similar coverage appeared in local news outlets in Chicago and across the country. 9.10.18: Chicago Sun-Times The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“AP FACT CHECK: Chicago Mayor Mostly Right on Jobs, Poverty” Peter Norlander, PhD, (assistant professor, Quinlan School of Business ),  was quoted in this article speaking about minimum wage and job growth in Chicago. The article was featured in news outlets nationally, including The Washington Post, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, and San Francisco […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“New York and other states are targeting the NRA’s bottom line” Samuel Brunson, JD, (professor, School of Law), was quoted in this article. He spoke about the impact of insurance companies and banks refusing to work with the NRA. 8.9.18: NBC News The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“US Economy Strong But Trump’s Tariffs Could Cause Problems” Anastasios (Tassos) G. Malliaris, PhD, (Walter F. Mullady, Sr. professor, Quinlan School of Business) was featured in this segment speaking about the Federal Reserve Board raising economic rates. 8.2.18: Chicago Tonight The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“AP FACT CHECK: No proof Rauner profits off family separation” Swasti Gupta-Mukherjee, PhD, (associate professor, Quinlan School of Business) was quoted about the level of control private equity investors have over companies. 7.12.18: The Washington Post The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola University Chicago makes list of most eco-friendly colleges” Loyola University Chicago was named one of the ten most eco-friendly colleges in America by College Magazine. Ranked number five, Loyola was recognized for its environmental curriculum and eco-friendly initiatives and clubs on campus. Similar coverage appeared on WBBM-TV. 7.11.18: Chicago Sun-Times The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Weekend Passport: “Following the Box” Guest curators of Loyola University Museum of Art’s (LUMA) new exhibition “Following the Box” were interviewed. Similar coverage of LUMA’s summer exhibits appeared in the Chicago Tribune and on ABC 7, among others. 7.5.18: WBEZ-FM The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Already, Loyola And Villanova Have Seen Benefits From Basketball Success” This article mentioned the increase Loyola University Chicago has seen in web and social media traffic, donations, and prospective student inquiries as a result of Loyola’s successful run in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. 7.2.18: Forbes The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Ohio’s Voter Purge Claims Another Casualty—College Students” Jessica Brown (senior professional in residence, School of Communication) wrote about the negative impact that the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold purging of voting rolls will have on college students. 6.15.18: Huffington Post The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“We Still Don’t Fully Understand Suicide. But We Do Know What Reduces It” Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, (associate professor, School of Social Work) wrote about the confusion surrounding suicide and the factors that increase the risk. 6.12.18: Fortune The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“For Some Breast Cancer Patients, The Chemo Decision Just Got Easier” A study by Kathy S. Albain, MD, (professor of hematology/oncology, Stritch School of Medicine) found that women with the most common form of early-stage breast cancer can skip chemotherapy without hurting their chances of survival. Similar coverage appeared on CBS News, USA Today, and […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Chicago officials laud 15th consecutive month of declining gun violence” Arthur Lurigio, PhD, (professor, psychology and criminal justice, and senior associate dean for faculty, College of Arts and Sciences) discussed the decrease in Chicago shootings and the implications it holds for the city. Similar coverage appeared on ABC News and Fox News, among other outlets. […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Becoming a bobblehead without getting big-headed: Sister Jean dishes on Loyola’s NCAA run, her abrupt fame and her advice to Charles Barkley” Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry) discussed the impact of Loyola’s March Madness run and life after the tournament. 5.25.18: Chicago Tribune The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“‘60 Minutes’ Report Targets on Google Antitrust Risks” Spencer Weber Waller, JD, (director, Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies; Justice John Paul Stevens Chair in Competition Law; and professor, School of Law) discussed the antitrust implications of Google’s business model. This interview appeared on National Public Radio (NPR) and various local affiliates. 5.21.18: Bloomberg The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola sees uptick in donations and season ticket deposits after Final Four run” This article detailed the increase in donations to Loyola athletics in the wake of March Madness. Tom Soboro (associate athletic director of external operations) was quoted. Similar coverage appeared on ESPN.com, Chicago Business Journal, Fox Chicago, Spectrum Sports, The Smoke Room, Sports […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“What is the historical significance of the latest royal wedding” Robert Bucholz, PhD, (professor, history) provided commentary about the royal wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. He also appeared on WGN-TV during a royal wedding live stream. 5.14.18: WFLD-TV The post first appeared on Media Clips.
ABC7 Eyewitness News at 10 p.m. This piece covered the Loyola men’s basketball team’s trip to Springfield, Illinois, to be honored by the state government. It also highlighted the team’s Final Four run, the impact of Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM, (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry), and the team’s Graduation Success Rate. […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“A Muslim chaplain at Loyola puts himself firmly in Sister Jean’s court” Omer M. Mozaffar (Muslim chaplain, campus ministry) wrote an opinion piece praising Sister Jean and the attitude of loving and compassionate religion and faith that she embodies. 4.26.18: Chicago Sun-Times The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola Ramblers: What’s Next After Team’s Final Four Run” Bill Behrns (assistant athletic director for communications) was interviewed in this piece about the impact of Loyola’s basketball success and how the team will prepare for next year. 4.2.18: WTTW The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“How Loyola Chicago’s Basketball Team Shattered a Racial Barrier for Black Athletes 55 Years Ago” This article highlighted the 1963 “Game of Change” in which Loyola’s basketball team defied an unwritten rule about the number of black players that could be on the court and helped pave the way for greater inclusion in college basketball. […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
Good Morning America Good Morning America interviewed Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM (chaplain, men’s basketball, and special assistant, campus ministry). She discussed her role with the team and growing national popularity following the Loyola men’s basketball team’s entry into the NCAA Tournament. Similar coverage about Sister Jean appeared in thousands of local and national outlets […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Take a tour of Loyola Chicago, which wasn’t a sports school until last week” This article took an in-depth look at campus life at Loyola in the wake of the men’s basketball team’s March Madness run. Students, donors, and other community members were interviewed about the University and their experiences. Similar coverage appeared in USA […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Introducing Cinderella: Loyola University Chicago earns first bid since 1985”  After their MVC Tournament championship win, the Loyola men’s basketball team was featured in this story about their season as well as their prospects as a March Madness underdog team. Similar coverage about the team’s path to the MVC Tournament championship, their win, and their advance to […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Jennifer Pritzker to donate $10 million to Loyola“ Colonel (IL) Jennifer N. Pritzker IL ARNG (Retired) and the TAWANI foundation announced plans to give $10 million to Loyola University Chicago in honor of her mother, Audrey G. Ratner. The multiyear gift provides scholarships and stipends for students who are veterans or children of veterans, Loyola’s ROTC […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“With three months left in medical school, her career may be slipping away.” This article highlighted the story of Rosa Aramburo, DACA recipient and fourth-year student at Stritch School of Medicine, and the uncertainty of whether she will be able to complete her last months of medical school or land a spot in a residency […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Why we need not-for-profit co-working spaces in Chicago neighborhoods” Shelley Dunck, JD, (director of the Business Law Clinic, School of Law) wrote this op-ed which describes the need for nonprofit organizations to join Chicago co-working spaces in underserved neighborhoods to foster initiatives with local businesses and increase communication and collaboration. 2.12.18: Chicago Tribune The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Newseum ‘Power Shift’ Programs Will Tackle Sexual Misconduct in Media” Jill Geisler (Bill Plante Chair in Leadership and Media Integrity, School of Communication) was quoted throughout this article about the Newseum’s launch of a series of “Power Shift” programs designed to combat sexual harassment in the media industry. Geisler will oversee the Power Shift Project […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Minority Leader Pelosi Sets Record Marathon Immigration Speech Demanding Vote” Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, referred to Loyola University Chicago multiple times in her eight-hour speech on the house floor to push for a vote on a bill to protect DACA recipients. She spoke of the dozens of Stritch School of […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Behind college basketball’s best surprise story, a pioneer for racial equality” This Washington Post piece delved into the history of men’s basketball at Loyola in light of their current NCAA push, highlighting the story of Loyola’s historic 1963 win against Mississippi State. Loyola, and the “Game of Change,” spurred a revolution in college basketball by […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Here’s who’s coming to Trump’s State of the Union” Cesar Montelongo Hernandez, a participant in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and student in Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine, was Senator Dick Durbin’s guest at the State of the Union address. Similar coverage appeared in 24 other outlets, including Fox News, […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Trump Proposes Path to Citizenship for 1.8M” Cesar Montelongo Hernandez, a participant in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and student in Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine, and Mark Kuczewski, PhD, (Michael I English, S.J., Professor of Medical Ethics, director, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, and chair of medical education, Stritch School […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Chicago ‘Dreamers’ study, save, and plan for the worst while Congress debates immigration relief” Zarna Patel, a DACA program participant and student at Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine discussed her goal of becoming a physician in this piece documenting the unsure situations of several DACA recipients. 1.11.18: Chicago Tribune The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Let sacred traditions guide our fight against injustice: Just Relations” In his inaugural “Just Relations” column, Omer Mozaffar (Muslim chaplain, campus ministry) wrote about the ways in which interfaith relations and the core tenets of faith traditions can counter the divisiveness and toxic power endemic to America’s current political culture. 1.5.18: Chicago Sun-Times The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Sexual Harassment in the Workplace” Juan F. Perea, JD, (professor, School of Law) was a featured speaker, discussing sexual harassment in the workplace, legal definitions of harassment, and legal options for victims of sexual harassment. 12.10.17: ABC7 Eyewitness News Sunday Morning The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Why You’re at a Higher Risk for a Stroke if You Have Diabetes” José Biller, MD, (professor and chair of neurology, Stritch School of Medicine) outlined the prevalence of strokes in the United States and described lifestyle changes that can help reduce the risk of stroke. 11.21.17: U.S. News & World Report The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“New Blood Pressure Guidelines a ‘Signal to Take Action'” Richard Cooper, MD, (chair of public health sciences and professor, Stritch School of Medicine) appeared on Chicago Tonight to discuss the new guidelines for blood pressure and the importance of maintaining it. 11.14.17. Chicago Tonight The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Fin de DACA troncha futuro de talentosos estudiantes y profesionales” This story highlighted the effects of the recision of DACA on medical and research students. Stritch School of Medicine student Alejandra Duran Arreola and Mark Kuczewski, PhD, (director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, chair of the Department of Medical Education, Stritch School of Medicine) […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“House Republicans Delay Tax Overhaul Reveal” Samuel Brunson, JD, (professor of law, School of Law) was interviewed on Chicago Tonight, weighing in on the House of Representatives’ planned tax code rewrite. Similar coverage appeared in the Huffington Post. 11.1.17. Chicago Tonight The post first appeared on Media Clips.
Alejandra Duran Arreola, Montolongo Hernandez, and Zarna Patel, current participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and students at Loyola's Stritch School of Medicine, were featured in this piece. They described their motivations for wanting to become doctors and their anxieties after DACA was terminated. Mark Kuczewski, PhD, (director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, chair of the Department of Medical Education, Stritch School of Medicine) was quoted, sharing in their frustration. Similar coverage appeared in US News, CNBC, The New York Times, NBC News, and WBBM. 10.20.17: Washington Post The post first appeared on Media Clips.
In a list compiled by Emsi and The Wall Street Journal, Loyola, which has had a consistent presence at the top in recent years, was ranked seventh for its graduation rate of women in STEM programs among universities with at least 500 total STEM completions per year. 10.9.17: Emsi The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“When Soviets Launched Sputnik, C.I.A. Was Not Surprised” Michael Khodarkovsky, PhD, (professor, Russian history) was quoted on the importance of the Russian Sputnik satellite as a tool for propaganda during the Cold War. 10.6.17: The New York Times The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Pope Francis greets winners of the ‘Expanded Reason Awards’” Michael Schuck, PhD, (professor, theology) and Nancy Tuchman, PhD, (founding dean, Institute of Environmental Sustainability) traveled to the Vatican to accept the Expanded Reason Award in the teaching category for their work on the “Healing Earth” textbook. Along with their fellow awardees, they met with Pope […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“FBI warns to watch those social media posts—or face the consequences” Bastiaan Vanacker, PhD, (associate professor and program director of the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy, School of Communication) discussed how social media has become a common way for individuals to make threats against higher education institutions. 9.21.17: Chicago Tribune The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“How Arrupe College is Reinventing Higher Education” Following up on Chicago Tonight’s story on Arrupe College two years ago, this piece revisits the college, documents its unique supports for students, and touts the success of its first graduating class. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College), soon-to-be graduate Elizabeth Dwyer, and second-year student […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Sen. Durbin urges Congress to pass Dream Act before DACA ends in 6 months” U.S. Senator Dick Durbin held a press conference at the Health Sciences Campus where he was joined by three Stritch School of Medicine students who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He implored Congress to pass legislation […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Religious University and 2-Year College” Inside Higher Ed looked at the phenomenon of religious institutions expanding to serve more low-income students through a two-year college option with Arrupe College highlighted as a first-of-its-kind initiative. Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College) is interviewed. Similar coverage appeared on the Ignatian Solidarity Network, WBEZ’s Morning Shift,Latino USA, […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Wintrust Business Lunch 8/14/17: Sustainable Truck Fuel, Arrupe College, Charlottesville Rallies” Stephen Katsouros, S.J., (dean and executive director, Arrupe College) discussed Arrupe’s inaugural graduating class and how the college fits within the Jesuit values. Father also discussed the Schreiber’s gift to Loyola. Similar coverage appeared in the Jesuit Post and The 74. 8.14.17: WGN Radio The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Loyola program opens college doors for vulnerable students” This article featured Arrupe College’s inaugural graduating class and the journeys of several students: Blanca Rodriguez, Rama Diallo, Jackie Cruz, and Isaac McKeever. Alumnus John Schreiber and his wife, Kathy, were also highlighted for their $6 million gift supporting scholarships for Arrupe students and graduates. Additionally, the […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Meet the new dean of Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine” Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD, (dean, Stritch School of Medicine) was interviewed on his career, the health care industry, and his personal life. 7.27.17: Crain’s Chicago Business The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“The fierce challenges Callista Gingrich will likely face as Vatican ambassador” Miguel Diaz, PhD, (John Courtney Murray University Chair in Public Service and professor, theology) was interviewed on the challenges Callista Gingrich could face as U.S. ambassador to the Holy See, as well as on his experience in the position during President Barack Obama’s first […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“EDITORIAL: Find the ‘heart,’ President Trump, to protect Dreamers” Mark Kuczewski, PhD, (director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and chair of the Department of Medical Education, Stritch School of Medicine) advocated for the continuance of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and described the negative effect the program’s termination would have on current […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“EU Takes Aim at GE, Merck, in Antitrust Probes” Spencer Weber Waller, JD, (associate dean of academic affairs and director of the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies, School of Law) was interviewed about the European Union’s allegations that General Electric, Canon, and Merck broke antitrust and merger laws. 7.7.17: Bloomberg Law The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“With Obamacare, More Breast Cancers Diagnosed at Earlier Stages” This piece featured a study by Abigail Silva, PhD, MPH, (assistant professor, public health sciences) that showed more cases of breast cancer were diagnosed at an early stage after the Affordable Care Act took effect. Similar coverage appeared in Refinery29, Self, Health, and numerous other national publications. 6.27.17: The New […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Professors Call Health Bills a ‘Giant Step Backward” Lawrence E. Singer, JD, (associate dean of online learning and director of the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy, School of Law) wrote this letter to the editor, which expresses his and other health law and policy professors’ concerns about the proposed House and Senate health […] The post first appeared on Media Clips.
“Father is a complex metaphor for God” Heidi Russell, PhD, (associate professor, Institute of Pastoral Studies) wrote this op-ed, which discusses the complex nature of God as a father figure as society’s concept of fatherhood changes. 6.15.17: U.S. Catholic The post first appeared on Media Clips.