The 2017 business graduate and native of Shanghai struggled in her first semesters at Loyola. But at the beginning of her junior year, something connected for her. She realized that she had to make a change and decided to recommit herself to school.
After analyzing 14 million rows of data, Quinlan undergraduate students made two important discoveries for GE Transportation (GET) – discoveries that will help the company return its train engines back to service in significantly less time.
Fulbright Scholar and associate professor Maciek Nowak recently returned from Poland, where he spent six months working alongside faculty at the Warsaw School of Economics to improve the logistics network of the Polish Post.
For many patients on the Northwest Side of Chicago, receiving basic health care is a complicated and confusing process. That’s what inspired Nelly Gonzalez Montes and Romina Sifuentes Palomino, both second-year medical students, to develop a sustainable, long-term health coaching program with the Access to Care Clinic.
Located just an hour north of Chicago on 300 acres of woodlands, trails, and meadows along Fish Lake, the camp was originally developed by Dr. David McLone, a neurosurgeon from Lurie Children’s Hospital to serve young people with spina bifida. Then, Loyola Psychology Professor Grayson Holmbeck created the independence intervention.
Loyola law alum Jarrett Adams recently had his first win in court. He helped overturn an innocent man's conviction in the same state that, years ago, had sentenced him to prison for a crime he did not commit.
Investors in Iran are not homogenous, exhibiting different behavior across demographic, psychological, and economic factors, says Abol Jalilvand, PhD, the Ralph Marotta Endowed Chair in Free Enterprise and professor of finance.