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Quinlan announces $10 million gift

Introducing the Schreiber Center

Loyola University Chicago announced March 19 that alumnus John G. Schreiber will give $10 million to the University’s Quinlan School of Business.

Student Profile

Weekend of Excellence: Sadia Anees

When Sadia Anees transferred to Loyola after completing her associate’s degree in Seattle, she was blown away with how friendly everyone was on campus. Now, as a member of the Quinlan ambassador program, she’s doing her part to help other students at Loyola.

In the news

Alum gives $10 million to Quinlan

A new building is going up on campus, but some of the most exciting things are happening behind the scenes. Read about how Quinlan alumnus John Schreiber is helping to finance Quinlan's new home.

Student Profile

Weekend of Excellence: Joe Smalzer

At 6-foot-8, Joe Smalzer is literally a big man on campus. He towers over most of his fellow students and his professors in the Quinlan School of Business. But it’s on the volleyball court that Smalzer really stands out. The reigning Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association’s Player of the Year, Smalzer is a key player on Loyola’s nationally ranked men’s volleyball team.

In the News

Quinlan students reflect on Pope Francis's first year

How is Pope Francis doing on the brand management front? That question was raised in our marketing classes—and has caught the attention of The Today Show.

U.S. News Rankings

Quinlan rises in rank

Quinlan has jumped six spots in the latest round of rankings from U.S. News & World Report, securing its position among Chicago's top 3 MBA programs.

In the news

Millennials and money

Fiscally responsible or risk averse? Quinlan's Marc Hayford talks with RedEye about how Millennials have been shaped by tougher times.

Hult Prize

Could this be a $1 million idea?

At first glance, Loyola business students and science students seem to be different breeds entirely. Biology majors conduct research and experiment in laboratories on the Lake Shore Campus, while finance and business majors pitch products and talk numbers downtown. But, as it turns out, they’ve got chemistry.

Alumni profile

Striking a smart balance

Quinlan alum Mark Satkiewicz (MBA ’95) is the president of SmartWool, one of the world’s leading outdoor performance brands. And he’s living proof that businesses can do well and do good at the same time. Read more about Satkiewicz and why he’s such a believer in social responsibility.

Student Spotlight

Zero to Big 4

Graduate student Xin Min came to the US two years ago, with no family or friends stateside to support her. Since then, she has built a network and landed a full-time gig at a Big 4 audit firm upon graduation. Find out how she did it.

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