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Gilman Scholars: Natalie Morris, Devin Maus, and Joy Kelson.

Three Loyola students win Gilman Scholarships to study abroad

Three Loyola University Maryland students – Natalie Morris, ’19, Devin Maus, ’19, and Joy Kelson, ’19 – have each been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad. The three awards are the most Gilman scholarships ever granted to Loyola students simultaneously.
Fore-edge painted book

Fore-edge painting exhibit to be held at Loyola-Notre Dame Library

A rare collection of fore-edge paintings will be on display from Dec. 7–Jan. 31, 2018, in the Loyola-Notre Dame Library. The exhibit, which will feature works from the Library’s Marion and Henry J. Knott Fore-Edge Painting Collection, is free and open to the public.
Teacher reading to students

Loyola launches one-year MAT program

Loyola University Maryland will offer a new full-time, one-year Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT), leading to a master’s degree and initial teacher certification.
Sara Scalenghe

NEH awards Loyola history faculty member $210,000 grant

The National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) has awarded Sara Scalenghe, Ph.D., associate professor of history, a grant for $210,912. The grant will fund her proposal titled “Global Histories of Disability,” including a four-week NEH Summer Institute for 25 college and university teachers from across the country on the history of disability.
Jean Lee Cole, Ph.D., presenting at the Loyola Entrepreneurship Blitz

Loyola hosts Innovation and Entrepreneurship Blitz to develop and strengthen Baltimore businesses

Loyola University Maryland hosted an Innovation and Entrepreneurship Blitz Nov. 2 and 3 to examine ways the University can engage with and support the entrepreneurial community of Baltimore in creating jobs. The invitation-only event, which was held at Accelerator Baltimore, included entrepreneurs, community and business leaders, representatives from the Maryland Department of Commerce and Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's office, and Loyola students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni.  
Edwin Mayorga

Educator and scholar-activist Edwin Mayorga to speak at Loyola

Loyola University Maryland’s Center for Innovation in Urban Education welcomes Edwin Mayorga, Ph.D., assistant professor of educational studies at Swarthmore College, on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 6:45 p.m. in McGuire Hall for his lecture, “Race Radicalism at the School Community Nexus.”
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