The Maroon

Loyola professor will host a webinar

September 9, 2015

Filed under Academic, Religion

Adil Khan, Islamic studies assistant professor, is hosting a free webinar titled "The Muslims Around You" for those who want to learn more about the Western Muslim community."I hope that the webinar helps people who are unfam...

Other universities speak positively about consulting firms

KARL GOMMEL

November 20, 2013

Filed under Academic, News

The vice president for enrollment management and marketing at a university in Loyola's peer group said her university's freshman class size increased by more than 100 students as a result of their work with Scannell & Kurz. The consulting fir...

Middle East minor expands through programs

JULIA NOLAN

November 13, 2013

Filed under Academic, News

When Emily Reynolds came to Loyola to study physics, she did not believe she would be interested in a Middle East peace studies minor.  Like many Loyola students, Reynolds has had to take courses pushing her out of her f...

Students coming back for more

KARL GOMMEL

October 30, 2013

Filed under Academic, News

Loyola University's retention rate for this academic year is 5 percentage points higher than the university initially planned for. Thomas Spence, vice provost for institutional effectiveness, assessment and student success, said ...

The teachers are back in town

LAUREN CUTULI

October 30, 2013

Filed under Academic, News

Students interested in teaching now have the opportunity to become certified during their time at Loyola. Loyola's education certificate for secondary education was approved on Wednesday, October 16 by the Louisiana Department ...

Brief: Graduation applications due

The Maroon

October 23, 2013

Filed under Academic, News

If you plan to graduate in May, August or December 2014, the time to apply for graduation is now. The last day to apply is Friday, Oct. 25. The application process consists of a form on the Loyola website or by contacting St...

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