The Institute of Pastoral Studies and the Gannon Center for Women and Leadership jointly invite you for a Panel discussion of women leaders from several sectors of society. Join us on Tuesday, November 4th at 4:30-6:00 p.m. in Kasbeer Hall, WTC. Featured: Shirl Giacomi, Sheila O'Brien, Carol Fowler, and Mary Ann Smith. Click on the link for the biographies and more details.
We are happy to present a video featuring highlights of IPS’ Master of Arts in Health Care Mission Leadership program. Courses can be completed online, on campus in Chicago and in Rome! Please click on the link to watch the video.
IPS Faculty and Staff gathered on August 12, 2014 to celebrate the start of a new academic year and to foster our academic community relations. Brian Schmisek, the IPS Director, welcomed faculty and staff to the IPS community at Loyola University Chicago. He recognized their critical role to the high quality transformative education IPS offers to students. It is our pleasure to share a few photos that capture the atmosphere of the event.
Terrence C. Nelson-Johnson, PhD (BS '80, MPS '82) is the 2014 recipient of Loyola University Chicago's Damen Award from the Institute of Pastoral Studies. Dr. Nelson-Johnson is the founder as well as a creative and animating partner of Soul Play LLC. Please watch the introducing video.
We are very proud to announce that Dr. M. Therese Lysaught has been promoted to Associate Director at IPS. Dr. Lysaught joined IPS last year as a Professor and also as Graduate Program Director of the MA in Pastoral Studies and the MA in Healthcare Mission Leadership. At Loyola University Chicago she also holds a joint appointment with the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics. Click on the link to learn more about Dr. Lysaught. And join us in congratulating her on this new position!
Did you know that IPS currently offers three Master's degrees that can be completed solely online? Click here to find out more.
Learn about online learning options with Loyola University Chicago's Institute of Pastoral Studies. Several Loyola degree programs may be completed entirely online.