Geraldine Henderson: mentoring for a diverse faculty
When Henderson was a student, she noticed there weren’t many faculty members that looked like her. As a professor, she made it a point to mentor young students from various backgrounds
Interested in meeting a variety of employers offering jobs and internships for Quinlan students and graduates? The Supply Chain Career Fair is open to all students and alumni. Pre-Register today through RamblerLink.
Leader of the pack
See how Shane Davis (BBA ’03) took the team he once played for to the NCAA Championship—and won.
Extraordinary Alum Xiaoling Ang
Extraordinary alum Xiaoling Ang spoke at Loyola in October about student loans.
What’s the big idea? Contests help students pitch their plans
Quinlan’s annual Whiteboard Competition gives students three minutes with a whiteboard and felt pen to pitch their ideas and inventions. The winners receive cash to continue developing their ideas and possibly find investors. And in April, Quinlan will launch a new challenge for budding entrepreneurs.
#KindnessForKristen message strikes a chord in classroom
Late last fall, when most professors were handing back papers to their students, one Quinlan instructor did something a little different: She gave out money. See how Jenna Drenten’s gesture in honor of her late sister inspired her students to help others.
From a factory to a palace, Quinlan graduate students in MARK 561: Comparative Consumer Behavior and Marketing in Emerging Southeast Asia are getting an up close look at Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. Follow them along their journey in this special blog.
Chicago Supply Chain Summit
The Third Annual Chicago Supply Chain Summit more than doubled in size from last year, attracting 120 organizations—including The Boston Consulting Group, Morton Salt, and SC Johnson.
In the news
U.S. News & World Report talks about the opportunity that Quinlan offers its undergraduates for an accelerated path to getting an MBA.
What's in store for 2015? Instructor Eve Geroulis lays out her predictions—from the Greek economy to the American higher education debt crisis.
Quinlan undergraduates walk away with two out of three awards at one of the nation's biggest data analytics and technology conferences—beating out teams composed mostly of MBA and PhD candidates.
Located within the Damen Student Center on the Lake Shore Campus in Rogers Park, Ireland’s is Loyola’s first student-run pub and creates a new gathering space for students, faculty, and staff as well as alumni and the surrounding community.
Students, faculty, and staff describe what makes Quinlan unique—from a curriculum infused with ethics to connections at some of Chicago's biggest businesses.
Eric Johnson started his own business and enrolled in the Quinlan MBA program 12 months ago. His hard work is already paying off.
Emily Edkins, a double major in finance and information systems, is committed to much more than just academics. She’s involved in several student groups and volunteers with organizations around the city.
Professor Mike Hewitt wins National Science Foundation Grant to develop techniques and technology to deliver goods faster and cheaper.
No. 1 in Chicago, and rising
Quinlan's undergraduate program—ranked No. 1 in Chicago—has jumped seven spots in the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report, up to No. 79 in the nation.