IES' Reuben Keller tackles the combined effect that research and policy can have on invasive species

Invasive alien species harm ecosystems, economies and human health across the globe.

Breaking the code: Loyola students give back and teach school children robotics

11 Loyola students attended the tournament at Damen Student Center, where they served as judges and mentors for participants from 13 elementary, middle, and high schools from Chicago, Skokie, and Deerfield.

Opioid crisis: James DeFrancesco works to identify its hidden causes

DeFrancesco has been at Loyola for less than two years, but he’s already made his mark on campus, across the nation, and worldwide. For nearly two decades, he served as a forensics scientist for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) laboratory in Chicago.

School of Law: Representatives Schiff and Quigley (JD 89) talk politics and policy at Loyola

The event reflects the law school’s expanding role as a locus for community dialogue on issues relating to justice, democracy, and the rule of law. Barry Sullivan, Loyola’s Cooney & Conway Chair in Advocacy, and Jessica Droeger, member of panel cosponsor Lawyers for Good Government and a leader of Indivisible Lincoln Square, moderated the discussion.

Views from the city

Growing up amidst urban poverty led me to ask all the right questions

Paving the way to college

Cassandra Gaddo (JFRC Fall ’03, BA ’05) helps young women become career-focused and college-bound

Biology Professor Sushma Reddy discovers new bird species

Armed with a curious spirit and inquisitive nature, Dr. Sushma Reddy ventured to India five years ago, planting the seeds for work that would lead to a rare scientific discovery.

Alumni Weekend 2017

It's the biggest party of the summer—and all Loyola alumni, faculty, and staff are invited to the June 10 celebration!

Meet Steve A. N. Goldstein, the new Dean of Stritch School of Medicine

Steve A. N. Goldstein, MD, PhD, started his tenure as dean of the Stritch School of Medicine this May.

How this scientist stays in the exploration mindset

Anne Grauer, professor and chairwoman of the department of anthropology at Loyola University Chicago, has to apply a lot of imagination to her evaluations, which include work for the FBI and Cook County Sheriff. She shares how listening, collaborating and being flexible leads to more creative problem-solving.

The biggest night of giving

Attendees of Founders’ Dinner are contributing to student scholarships and student success

At the Health Sciences Campus, Science Sisters Day strives to cultivate young girls’ interest in science

The full-day event brought 30 middle-school girls from local schools to the Center for Translational Research and Education on Loyola’s Health Sciences Campus for a day of educational science experiments and learning about women science pioneers.

One student traveled to Africa to help take care of the last of its kind

Meet Sudan, the world's last living northern white male rhino, and the Loyola student who helped take care of him One student traveled to Africa to help take care of the world's last

Jailhouse doc

Inside Cook County's jail, Dr. Tina Richardson (BA ’86, MD ’90) serves a patient population unlike any other

Rise of the machines

Advances in artificial intelligence could change the way we work in the not-so-distant future

Building better communication

Kelsey McClear discusses civic engagement and being invited to former President Barack Obama’s panel of young people

The Art of Marketing: What one student took away from her internship at the MCA

At Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, Quinlan senior Anna Tonarely had an opportunity to put her marketing skills to the test

See how a Loyola degree helped them stand out, succeed

In today's economy, recent college graduates face fierce competition for jobs and positions in graduate and professional schools. Here are six members of Loyola's Class of 2017 who definitely stand out from the crowd.

Life after Loyola

How are members of this year's graduating class planning for life after graduation?

School of Communication dean looks at technology and ethics

In a recent TEDx talk, Don Heider, the founder of Loyola's Center for Digital Ethics and Policy, proposes a new way to approach digital ethics and life online.