News and Features Archive

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Learning that Transforms Lives

The Weekend of Excellence shares the story of the Loyola experience and demonstrates how integrated learning can transform students’ lives and communities. More

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Stand at the margins to imagine a community of kinship

Father Gregory Boyle from Homeboy Industries shared his message to go to the margins to Loyola students, faculty, and staff. More

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Loyola University has been offering online bachelor degrees since 2011-2012

Loyola University Chicago is ranked No. 12 in Best Online Bachelor's Programs. More

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Community preceptor highlight

Dr. Christina Benedict, a full-time Pediatric Hospitalist at St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates, IL More

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Student Cheyanne Silver captures physician burnout mentality in artwork

At least 42 percent of physicians report feeling burnout, according to a recent survey, and depending on their specialty, they could also be experiencing depression or anxiety. More

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Congratulations to the Public Health Sciences graduate program on its first U.S. News ranking

Loyola University Chicago’s Public Health Sciences graduate program tied for 89th in the country and third in Chicago by U.S. News and World Report More

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Bringing leafy greens to suburban Chicagoland food deserts

Mary (D’Anza) Mora, RDN, CDE ’02 is on a mission to increase access to healthy foods in the Maywood, Bellwood, Broadview, and Melrose Park. More

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Register for the inaugural Cardiovascular Research Institute Symposium

The inaugural Cardiovascular Research Institute (CVRI) Research Symposium will be held on April 2nd, 2019 from 2:30 - 6:00 pm. More

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Organizations release “Guidance on Developing Quality Interprofessional Education for the Health Professions”

The guidance was developed through a multi-year, multi-phase consensus process aimed at supporting the development and implementation of quality interprofessional education. More

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Gabriela Aitken recipient of prestigious Schweitzer fellowship

Named in honor of famed humanitarian Dr. Albert Schweitzer, the fellowship program encourages students to design and implement a project that addresses an unmet community health need. More