Quinlan is hosting the 4th Annual Chicago Supply Chain and Sustainability Summit on October 20. The event features industry-leading speakers and the opportunity to network with supply chain management experts and peers.
The Center for the Human Rights of Children is hosting a photography exhibit, “Child Soldiers: Forced to Be Cruel,” which features images of armed children from around the globe. The center hopes the exhibit will spark a larger conversation about the ways children are used and exploited—both abroad and at home.
Tuesday, September 15, was a full day of celebration at the Schreiber Center, the innovative and sustainable new home of the Quinlan School of Business. Three major events plus an advertising blitz marked the official opening of the new building.
For the second time in six years, the Society of Professional Journalists has named the Phoenix the best non-daily student newspaper in the country. “To me it’s kind of like winning a national championship,” said Don Heider, dean of the School of Communication.
Loyola University Chicago is No. 99 on the latest U.S. News & World Report college rankings—the first time ever that the University has cracked the Top 100 list. With 1,376 schools included in the latest rankings, the new list puts Loyola in elite company.