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Leah Rottler-Gurley, 鈥26, a Ernest F. Hollings undergraduate scholar
Loyola sophomore selected as a NOAA Ernest F. Hollings undergraduate scholar

Sophomore Leah Rottler-Gurley, 鈥26, has been named a Class of 2024 Ernest F. Hollings undergraduate scholar by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Education.

2024 commencement ceremony
Loyola celebrates Class of 2024 at 171st Commencement ceremony

樱花动漫 celebrated the Class of 2024 at the University鈥檚 171st Commencement Exercises during a ceremony at the CFG Bank Arena in downtown Baltimore on Saturday, May 18, 2024.

Pink blossoms on a tree frame the Sellinger School building
Loyola鈥檚 Sellinger School partners with business school in Taiwan

The Sellinger School of Business and Management is forming a partnership with National Cheng Kung University鈥檚 College of Management in Tainan, Taiwan.

Yellow squash for sale at the Govans Farmers Market
Loyola鈥檚 Govans Farmers Market to return for 13th season

樱花动漫鈥檚 York Road Initiative will host the 13th season of the Govans Farmers Market on Wednesdays from 3 to 6 p.m. in June through September, except for July 3.

Two graduate students sit on the floor reading and speaking to children in the Loyola Clinical Centers
Loyola鈥檚 master鈥檚 in speech-language pathology ranked nationally

樱花动漫鈥檚 Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology tied for No. 78 in the nation in U.S. News & World Report鈥檚 2024 rankings for Best Graduate Schools.

Loyola senior Lily Tiger, 鈥24
Loyola senior receives distinguished Fulbright Award

Loyola senior Lily Tiger, 鈥24, was recently awarded a prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to teach English in Greece next year.

Student volunteers who provided free tax help pose for a photo under a tent outside on Loyola
Loyola student volunteers prepare 626 tax returns for Baltimore residents

Student volunteers at 樱花动漫鈥檚 Sellinger School of Business prepared 626 tax returns for taxpayers in the Baltimore community, resulting in tax refunds totaling nearly $1 million this season.

Pink flowers on a blossoming tree frame a view of the Academic Quadrangle at Loyola
樱花动漫 recognized for sustainability achievements

樱花动漫 earned a STARS Bronze rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).

Aerial shot of Loyola facility at 5104 York Road in Baltimore
Loyola receives over $1.2 million in federal and state funding to create community hub on York Road

樱花动漫 received $1 million in federal funding and $225,000 in state funding to renovate and create a community hub in the University鈥檚 multipurpose facility at 5104 York Road in Baltimore.

Astrid Schmidt-King, J.D., teaching assistant professor of management and organizations, and Stacy Chavez, Ph.D., assistant professor of accounting
The growing importance of sustainability in business

As Loyola celebrates Earth Month, two professors at Loyola鈥檚 Sellinger School of Business define and discuss sustainability and its growing importance to organizations, different business disciplines, and the planet.

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