A series of on-demand training courses designed to help us learn more about how varied learning styles, cultures, experiential opportunities, and personal development initiatives impact and influence diversity and inclusion thoughts and practices.
In her role as chief diversity and inclusion officer, Winifred Williams, PhD, is working to bring people together to make Loyola an even more open and accepting university. “In my experience, everyone has a role in promoting diversity,” she says. “My job is to help guide that mission.”
The Gannon Center is excited to present a conversation with Sanjuana Martinez on Sunday, October 21 at 2:00PM. The discussion will help attendees learn more about the situation of journalist's across the globe. DETAILS
The School of Social Work invites you to attend the upcoming 2nd Annual Jason T. McVicker Panel on Practice with the LGBTQ Community event. You will have an opportunity to learn more from a panel presentation about the important aspects of affirming practice with members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community. LEARN MORE
Diversity Campus Climate Survey Results: A Community Conversation
Read more about the Climate Survey data and results and the University's commitment to being relentless in creating a more fair, just, and equitable community congruent with Loyola’s mission and values.
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Executive Council on Diversity and Inclusion will hold a series of events and activities during the week of January 21, 2019 at the Lake Shore, Water Tower, and the Health Sciences Division campuses. New this year, the University's Service Days will take place on Monday and Friday! We are excited to announce that faculty, staff, and students will volunteer at approximately 10 non-profit community based service organizations across Chicagoland. We invite the Loyola community to sign-up and participate. Additional information will be shared throughout November and December.