Our Loyola Community


The excellence of any university begins with its community.

To understand Loyola University Maryland, you need to meet some of the students, faculty, alumni, and other members of our community who enrich our university—and the community beyond our campus—in so many ways.

Abigail
Students

Abigail

Abigail says her Loyola experience helped her see the medical field in a new light

Biology, Chemistry, Biomedical Physics
Carol Abromaitis
Faculty

Carol Abromaitis, Ph.D.

A professor of English and Catholic Studies, Dr. Abromaitis serves as advisor to students who plan to attend law school and has been teaching at Loyola for five decades

English, Catholic Studies
Aeliana
Students

Aeliana

Aeliana attributes her success at Loyola to her professors, mentors, and peers who have pushed her past her comfort zone and helped her find her passion

International Business, Spanish
Birgid Albrecht
Faculty

Birgit Albrecht, Ph.D.

Dr. Birgit Albrecht, Loyola's 2017 Distinguished Teacher of the Year, is as passionate about her students as she is about teaching and studying science

Chemistry
Alessia
Students

Alessia

Alessia has been dancing competitively—and for fun—since she was 5 years old. When she came to Loyola, she started the Loyola Irish Step Dance Club

English, Communication
Alexander
Alumni

David Alexander

Speech pathologist shares work with the Cadet Corps program at the Maryland School for the Deaf

Speech-Language Pathology
Alyssa
Students

Alyssa

Alyssa is pursuing her doctoral degree after earning her bachelor's degree from Loyola in 2014

Psychology
Alyssa
Students

Alyssa

Alyssa's experience conducting cancer research in Baltimore crystallized her career plans to become a physician

Biology, Chemistry
Amanda
Students

Amanda

The first Loyola student to minor in Peace and Justice Studies, Amanda has dedicated herself to service-learning

English, Peace & Justice Studies
Andrew
Students

Andrew

Meet Andrew, an aspiring clinical counselor who found his second home at Loyola

Economics, Psychology
Gerard Athaide
Faculty

Gerard Athaide, Ph.D.

As a professor of marketing in Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business and Management, Dr. Gerard Athaide believes his field is all about innovation.

Marketing
Brian Barr
Faculty

Brian Barr, Ph.D.

This associate professor of chemistry supports his students in discerning their own path

Chemistry
Carolyn Barry
Faculty

Carolyn Barry, Ph.D.

For Carolyn Barry, Ph.D., professor of psychology, her goal is to engage students the moment they walk on campus

Psychology
Nora Benedict
Alumni

Nora Benedict

Nora credits her Loyola education with affording her critical thinking skills and relationships with faculty, both of which inspired a career in academia

English, Spanish
Natka Bianchini
Faculty

Natka Bianchini, Ph.D.

As Class Dean for the Class of 2019 and professor of theatre, Dr. Bianchini helps students discover what ignites their passion

Fine Arts
Peter Bieneman
Alumni

Peter Bieneman

Landscape architect and 1990 graduate proves Jesuit education helps you grow

Communication
Gavin Blasdel
Alumni

Gavin Blasdel

Gavin’s time at Loyola gave him the skills for graduate school—and instilled his passion for teaching

Classics
Lawrence Blob, M.D.
Alumni

Lawrence Blob, M.D.

This Loyola graduate is fighting the counterfeit drug problem in Sierra Leone

Biology
Borris
Alumni

Jon Borris

The senior Vice President of Pop Promotion at Columbia Records brings his Jesuit education to the entertainment industry

History
Bradley
Alumni

Ual Bradley, Jr.

Alumnus shares his passion for saving the honeybees and the unexpected life journey that sparked it

History
Bria
Students

Bria

Bria’s time at Loyola and in Baltimore inspired her to forge a new career path

Mathematics, Education
Britt Cassidy
Alumni

Cassidy Britt

Cassidy’s experience in Loyola's Emerging Media program inspired her to refocus her career path

Communication
Allen Brizee
Faculty

Allen Brizee, Ph.D.

This associate professor of writing weaves together Loyola’s Jesuit values and service-learning to enhance his students’ experience

Writing
Rebecca Brogan
Faculty

Rebecca Brogan, Ph.D.

Rebecca Brogan, Ph.D., teaches biology at Loyola and enjoys collaborating with other faculty on research

Biology
Nick Brown
Alumni

Nicholas Brown

Nick is putting his Loyola degree to work as a reporter and journalist for Reuters

Communication
Patrick Brugh
Faculty

Patrick Brugh, Ph.D.

Director of the Language Learning Center, Patrick Brugh, Ph.D., hopes to create a space that enhances Loyola’s learning atmosphere

Modern Languages & Literatures, Gender Studies
Dr. Caesar
Faculty

Lena Caesar, Ed.D., Ph.D.

Lena Cesar, Ed.D., Ph.D., believes in challenging her students to become global-minded citizens

Speech-Language Pathology
Dr. Carlucci
Faculty

Marianna Carlucci, Ph.D.

This psychology professor challenges her students to be agents of change in their communities

Psychology
Carter
Alumni

Jill Carter

1988 graduate works for change in Baltimore City through political career

English
Chiara
Students

Chiara

Chiara's Loyola experience is comprised of coding, mathematics, singing, music, and helping first-year students transition to college

Computer Science, Mathematics
Chris
Students

Christopher

This Sellinger Scholar from Queens represented Loyola at the 2018 Forbes Under 30 Summit

Finance, Economics
Tuugi Chuluun
Faculty

Tuugi Chuluun, Ph.D.

Dr. Chuluun aims to provide students with a fundamental understanding of the international dimensions of the field of finance

Finance
Emma Cogan
Alumni

Emma Cogan

Emma’s undergraduate experience at Loyola formed the basis for her work in human rights and public health

History
Jean Lee Cole
Faculty

Jean Lee Cole, Ph.D.

Originally from the Midwest, this English professor has been a pioneer of service-learning at Loyola University Maryland

English
Ashley Conroy
Alumni

Ashley Conroy

A graduate of Loyola's Master of Arts in Teaching program, Ashley is applying the Jesuit concept of cura personalis to her classroom

Education
Corinne
Students

Corinne

Corinne is studying education as an undergraduate, and will pursue her Master of Arts in Teaching in her fifth year

Education
Creamer
Alumni

T.J. Creamer

Astronaut T.J. Creamer, '82, is living proof that even the sky isn't the limit for a Loyola graduate

Chemistry
Antoinette Cummins
Alumni

Antoinette Cummins

Antoinette is using her Loyola degree to effect change in the health care sector

Business
Moira Curran
Alumni

Moira Curran

The vice president of digital marketing and engagement with Showtime says her Loyola education propelled her career

Communication
Anna DeBlasio
Alumni

Anna DeBlasio

An actor and singer, Anna says she cultivated her career in the arts through grants from Loyola

English, Fine Arts-Theatre
Dragan
Students

Dragan

Dragan is taking advantage of every opportunity to apply his love of writing beyond the classroom to develop his own skills—and to help others grow as writers

Writing
Frank D'Souza
Faculty

Frank D'Souza, Ph.D.

Dr. D'Souza seeks to provide students real-life experience in financial research and management

Finance
Ellie
Students

Ellie

Ellie was just an eighth grader tagging along on her older brother’s college visits when she set foot on the Evergreen campus… she loved it right away

Global Studies, Environmental Studies
Emily
Students

Emily

A double major in actuarial science (statistics) and finance, Emily is studying for a career as an actuary

Actuarial Science (Mathematics), Finance
Evert
Alumni

Mary Thackston Evert

This 1996 Greyhound innovates and inspires with her Florida-based athletic apparel company

English
Raenita Fenner
Faculty

Raenita Fenner, Ph.D.

Meet an engineering professor who is teaching her students to be lifelong learners

Engineering
Maria
Students

Flor

Flor hopes to combine her passions for serving others and for writing in a career in health care leadership

Biology, Writing
Stephanie Flores-Koulish
Faculty

Stephanie Flores-Koulish, Ph.D.

The director of curriculum and instruction for the School of Education believes educating the whole person and real-world experiences help shape her students

Education
Austin Gallagher
Alumni

Austin Gallagher

Austin’s experience at Loyola formed the foundation of his successful career as an entrepreneur

Biology
Maiju Lehmijok-Gardner
Faculty

Maiju Lehmijoki-Gardner, Ph.D.

Maiju Lehmijoki-Gardner, Ph.D., applies her passion for learning and self-discipline to her position as director of Loyola’s Pre-Health Programs

Pre-Health Programs, Theology
Michelle Gawerc
Faculty

Michelle Gawerc, Ph.D.

This sociology professor's work is driven by her dedication to peace, justice, and understanding

Sociology
Dr. Goings
Faculty

Ramon Goings, Ed.D.

As assistant professor of educational leadership, Ramon Goings, Ed.D. challenges his students to overcome biases and grow into future leaders

Education
Ana Gómez-Pérez, Ph.D.
Faculty

Ana Gómez-Pérez, Ph.D.

This associate professor of Spanish and department chair believes Loyola gives students an in-depth education

Modern Languages & Literatures
Jamie Grasing
Alumni

Jamie Grasing

Meet Jamie, an economist who says he most values Loyola’s focus on the humanities

Economics
Rachel Grover
Faculty

Rachel Grover, Ph.D.

Rachel Grover, Ph.D., has taught psychology at Loyola for over a decade, including courses in her favorite topic: heterosocial competence

Psychology
Rev. Frank Haig
Faculty

Frank Haig, S.J.

A Jesuit priest and professor emeritus of physics at Loyola, Father Frank Haig's career is an amazing confluence of faith and science

Physics
Hannah
Students

Hannah

As a student in the Kodály Music Education program, Hannah is learning creative ways to teach music

Education
Doug Harris
Faculty

Doug Harris, Ph.D.

This professor of political science most values the long-lasting relationships he develops with his students

Political Science
Heather
Students

Heather

Heather's experience in Loyola’s Montessori program has given her new confidence and direction as an educator

Education
Heiser
Alumni

William Heiser

A two-time Loyola grad, Bill is making an impact in urban Jesuit education as president of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Baltimore

Sociology
Inge Heyer
Faculty

Inge Heyer, Ph.D.

According to Dr. Heyer, Loyola’s core curriculum prepares students to be great problem solvers in physics—and as young professionals

Physics
Greg Hoplamazian, Ph.D.
Faculty

Greg Hoplamazian, Ph.D.

Dr. Hoplamazian uses research and hands-on opportunities to prepare his students for work in the communication field

Communication
Kevin Hula
Faculty

Kevin Hula, Ph.D.

This former Teacher of the Year teaches American politics, with a focus on interest groups and the executive branch of government  

Political Science
Jack
Students

Jack

An 8-year-old Jack would have told you he wanted to be president of the United States; today the political science major still aspires to serve in government

Political Science
Jade
Students

Jade

Jade already feels ready for medical school, thanks to the mentorship and education she’s received at Loyola

Biochemistry
Ashley
Alumni

Ashley Jean

A self-taught developer, this 2014 graduate hopes to inspire women interested in pursuing a career in STEM

Accounting, Information Systems
Jeffrey
Students

Jeffrey

This computer science major says his values-based Jesuit education will benefit him for the rest of his life

Computer Science
Joanna
Students

Joanna

Meet Joanna, proud captain of the first Loyola club sports team to win a national title

Marketing
Jones
Alumni

Jamaal Jones

This attorney and 2007 grad founded his own law firm to provide health and business law legal services to health care professionals

Political Science
Jordan
Alumni

Kate Jordan

This 2006 grad fuses her art history degree with contemporary style to bring spaces and food to life

Art History
Joseph
Students

Joseph

Joe hopes to have a positive impact on his peers through his work as an ALANA mentor

International Business, Theology
Justin
Students

Justin

After serving in the U.S. Air Force, Justin enrolled at Loyola to pursue his bachelor's degree in business

Accounting
Justin
Students

Justin

Justin found a zeal for helping others through extracurricular activities and medical research internships

Biochemistry, English
Kaylin
Students

Kaylin

Kaylin aspires to become an international lawyer and work for the United Nations

Global Studies, Spanish
Keilson
Faculty

Suzanne Keilson, Ph.D.

This long-time faculty member of Loyola’s engineering department encourages her students to use quantitative reasoning and communication skills to achieve success

Engineering
Derek Kendig
Faculty

Derek Kendig, Ph.D.

This biology professor appreciates that science students at Loyola receive a full liberal arts education

Biology
Khoshnevisan
Alumni

Hanyeh Khoshnevisan

An accountant and successful Hijabi fashion blogger, this 2012 graduate works to break down barriers

Accounting
King
Alumni

Patrick King

2005 graduate applies his education in fine arts-theatre as an actor and professional stuntman

Fine Arts
Richard Klink, Ph.D.
Faculty

Richard Klink, Ph.D.

This professor of marketing is spreading the Ignatian mission through service-learning courses and as faculty advisor for Mu Kappa Tau

Marketing
Dr. Krahel
Faculty

JP Krahel, Ph.D.

Meet a teacher who is dedicated to helping his students reach their potential in accounting—and in life

Accounting
Cristina Lanzillotta
Alumni

Cristina Lanzillotta

A medical student at Thomas Jefferson University, Cristina says her experience at Loyola prepared her well for her work in the medical field

Biology
Jeff Lating
Faculty

Jeffrey Lating, Ph.D.

This psychology professor aims to engage students through enthusiasm and practical applications

Psychology
Lauren
Students

Lauren

Lauren plans to apply her Master of Arts to her work as a career and college counselor

Communication
Leanna
Students

Leanna

Meet Leanna, a doctoral student who loves Loyola’s small class sizes and the emphasis on clinical and practical application and networking opportunities in her program

Psychology
Dr. Leary
Faculty

Andrea Leary, Ph.D.

Meet a writing professor who believes service-learning inspires her students as much as it prepares them for their futures

Writing
Dr. Leggio
Faculty

Karyl Leggio, Ph.D.

This professor of finance prepares students for their careers by incorporating ethical discussions into her classes

Finance
Dena Lorenzi
Alumni

Dena Lorenzi

After discovering a curriculum that resonated with her career goals, Dena was one of the first students to join Loyola’s Emerging Media program

Communication
Dr. Lynch
Faculty

Moira Lynch, Ph.D.

As assistant professor of political science, Moira Lynch, Ph.D., is inspired by her student’s dedication to their academics

Political Science
Mafi
Alumni

Bishop Soane Patita Paini Mafi

Loyola University Maryland graduate is the youngest Cardinal in the Catholic Church

Pastoral Counseling
Sara Magee
Faculty

Sara Magee, Ph.D.

This professor specializes in emerging media, social media, journalism, and ethics in her field

Communication
Janet Maher, MFA
Faculty

Janet Maher, MFA

This associate professor of fine arts uses modern techniques and technology to engage students and inspire creativity

Fine Arts
Rana Malek
Alumni

Rana Malek

The relationships she formed with faculty and fellow students prepared Rana for her career in medicine

History
Malone
Alumni

Mike Malone

This Greyhound's path to the NBA was a combination of talent, hard work, and fortuitous timing

History
Mariefred
Students

Mariefred

Tour guide. Orientation leader. Spring Break Outreach participant. Cheerleader. Ice cream enthusiast. Political scientist. Meet Mariefred

Political Science, Communication
Marks
Alumni

Todd Marks

This 1998 Loyola graduate is a teacher-turned-technologist and founder of technology innovation company Mindgrub Technologies

Mathematics
Mary
Students

Mary

A doctoral student in Clinical Psychology, Mary says she was drawn to Loyola's program for its excellent reputation and the fact that she could gain immediate experience in clinical work

Psychology
Mazzuca
Alumni

Lisa Mazzuca

This 1991 graduate leads NASA's search and rescue mission

Mathematics
Graham McAleer
Faculty

Graham McAleer, Ph.D.

Known for his striped socks and Scottish accent, this professor has an undeniable gift for making students passionate about philosophy

Philosophy
Dr. Matthews
Faculty

Claire Mathews McGinnis, Ph.D.

Claire Mathews McGinnis, Ph.D., encourages her students to follow in the footsteps of St. Ignatius by listening to their desires

Theology
Siobhan
Alumni

Siobhan McKenna

With her sights on health care leadership, Siobhan is taking her pre-professional degree and field experience from Loyola to the next level through an accelerated master's in nursing

Biology, Writing
McKenney
Alumni

Sally McKenney

Sally McKenney, '07, of Sally's Baking Addiction shares her recipe for success

Communication
McManus
Alumni

George McManus III

J.J. McDonnell's owner and Loyola graduate chases seafood around the world

Business
Michael
Students

Michael

Dedicated faculty and practical experience beyond the classroom are preparing Michael for dental school and a career as an oral surgeon

Biology, Chemistry
Anthony Minervini
Alumni

Anthony Minervini

Loyola’s Jesuit education prepared Anthony for law school and his career as an attorney

Economics, English
Maria Mitidieri
Alumni

Maria Mitidieri

Maria’s volunteer and travel experiences at Loyola inspired her career as a bilingual speech-language pathologist

Speech-Language Pathology, Spanish
Moira
Students

Moira

As a history major, Moira enjoys experiencing Baltimore’s diverse communities through service-learning opportunities

History
Christopher Morrell
Faculty

Christopher Morrell, Ph.D.

Meet the statistics professor from South Africa who helped establish Loyola's Data Science programs

Mathematics and Statistics
Matthew Mulcahy
Faculty

Matthew Mulcahy, Ph.D.

From sugarcane to hurricanes, this history professor specializes in Colonial America and the history of disasters

History
Natasha
Students

Natasha

After getting involved in a wide range of extracurriculars, Natasha defined her academic path through Loyola’s Pre-Health Programs

Biology, Chemistry
Theresa Nguyen
Faculty

Theresa Nguyen, Ph.D.

Dr. Nguyen attributes her success as a scientist and as a professor to her Jesuit education

Chemistry
Noppenberger
Alumni

Nancy Noppenberger

Feathers, fins, and financial planning are all in a day's work for this MBA grad

Business
Barnaby Nygren
Faculty

Barnaby Nygren, Ph.D.

Dr. Nygren likes to get students out of the classroom and into art museums, and aims to show them how art skills are applicable—and valuable—for their future careers

Fine Arts
Lisa Oberbroekling
Faculty

Lisa Oberbroeckling, Ph.D.

As class dean for the Class of 2022, Dr. Oberbroeckling hopes to lead and mentor Loyola students

Mathematics and Statistics
Dr. Olsen
Faculty

Megan Olsen, Ph.D.

Megan Olsen, Ph.D., aims to improve access for all students interested in computer science

Computer Science
Paige
Students

Paige

For Paige, Loyola's stellar business program coupled with the core curriculum is preparing her for her future

Business
Paulina
Students

Paulina

Her education in biology and Loyola's core values will allow Paulina to connect with her future dental patients

Biology
Trent Pomplun, Ph.D.
Faculty

Trent Pomplun, Ph.D.

Meditation, discernment, and Jesuit prayer all find their way into Dr. Pomplun’s theology courses

Theology
Robert Pond
Faculty

Rob Pond, Ph.D.

This engineering professor is particularly passionate about getting women involved in the field

Engineering
Range
Alumni

Jaclyn Truncellito Range

As the executive director of Back On My Feet Baltimore, Jackie works to effect change through community, compassion, and running

Psychology
Rebecca
Students

Rebecca

Rebecca believes there are amazing opportunities at Loyola for people who are interested in pursuing careers in mathematics and science

Computer Science, Mathematics
Ridgway
Alumni

Jerrod Ridgway

The CFO of To Love Children and one of the Baltimore Sun's "10 People Under 30 to Watch" gives credit to Jesuit ideals

Finance
David Rivers
Faculty

David Rivers, Ph.D.

Biology professor David Rivers, Ph.D., is committed to training the next generation of biotechnologists

Biology
Dan Rizzo
Alumni

Dan Rizzo

This 1999 graduate is the co-founder of cloud-based software company Inovalon

Finance
Rodlyn
Students

Rodlyn

Through taking on various leadership roles on campus, Rodlyn says she's been able to break out of her shell

English, Writing, Gender Studies
Brianne Roos
Faculty

Brianne Roos, M.S., CCC-SLP

A Loyola graduate, Brianne Roos believes Loyola’s core values help her students build relationships with future patients

Speech-Language Pathology
Tania Rosas-Moreno
Faculty

Tania Cantrell Rosas-Moreno, Ph.D.

Tania Rosas-Moreno, Ph.D., explores communication's role in issues of social justice and the use of social media for public relations

Communication
Camika Royal
Faculty

Camika Royal, Ph.D.

Dr. Royal teaches courses in Loyola's School of Education and serves as co-director for the Center for Innovation in Urban Education

Education
Michael Runnels, J.D.
Faculty

Michael Runnels, J.D.

Meet a professor whose responsive teaching style helps prepare his students for their future careers

Law and Social Responsibility
Samantha's headshot
Students

Samantha

Samantha’s international academic experience through Loyola's Tech Trek inspired her double major

Finance, Information Systems
Sarah
Students

Sarah

Sarah is proud to be a woman in STEM and excited for what her future holds

Computer Science, Mathematics
Sarah
Students

Sarah

Originally from Pickerington, Ohio, Sarah believes her Loyola education has strengthened her leadership skills and prepared her for her future as a creative director

Marketing, Communication, Information Systems
Sarah
Students

Sarah

Sarah credits her development as a confident leader to her involvement in student organizations at Loyola

Communication, Marketing
Dipa Sarkar-Dey
Faculty

Dipa Sarkar-Dey, Ph.D.

Originally from Bangladesh, Dipa Sarkar-Dey, Ph.D. has taught at Loyola since 1986 and believes cura personalis is about educating and caring for the whole institution, not just the whole person

Mathematics and Statistics
Dan Schlapbach, MFA
Faculty

Dan Schlapbach, MFA

Dan Schlapbach, MFA, sees photography as a vehicle for student expression and intellectual discovery

Fine Arts
Elizabeth Schmidt, Ph.D.
Faculty

Elizabeth Schmidt, Ph.D.

Dr. Schmidt sees service-learning as an enriching experience for students that also challenges previously unquestioned beliefs

History, African History
Astrid Schmidt-King, J.D., LL.M., M.A.
Faculty

Astrid Schmidt-King, J.D., LL.M., M.A.

The executive in residence for management and international business says Loyola is a mindset more than an institution

International Business
Andrew Schoeffield
Faculty

Drew Schoeffield, Ph.D.

This biology professor—and Loyola alumnus—specializes in microbiology, and aims to create a community of scholars at his alma mater

Biology
Peggy Sell
Alumni

Peggy Sell

This 2007 graduate fuses her passion for art history with her desire to make art accessible at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas

Art History
Seth
Students

Seth

Seth is combining his bachelor's degree in communication with a business degree in the Emerging Leaders MBA program to jump-start his career in marketing

Business
Helany Sinkler
Alumni

Helany Sinkler

Helany was drawn to the Professional's MBA program for the Sellinger School's reputation and Loyola's Jesuit tradition

Business
Sophie
Students

Sophie

This mechanical engineering major is driven by her passion for innovation and interest in patent law

Mechanical Engineering
Jalal Soroosh
Faculty

Jalal Soroosh, Ph.D.

Dr. Soroosh has seen first-hand how a Loyola education helps his students rank above their competitors in the job market

Accounting
Lucas Southworth
Faculty

Lucas Southworth

This writing professor encourages students to think of themselves as a community of artists

Writing
Ravi Srinivasan
Faculty

Ravi Srinivasan, Ph.D.

Ravi Srinivasan, Ph.D, teaches operations management in the Sellinger School of Business

Information Technology and Operations Management
Stephon
Students

Stephon

Stephon is committed to immersing himself in every aspect of business; his interest in solar energy led him to the environmental studies minor

Business, Environmental & Sustainability Studies and French
Arthur Sutherland
Faculty

Arthur Sutherland, Ph.D.

An award-winning author and internationally-renowned BBQ chef, Dr. Sutherland teaches theology and serves as class dean for the Class of 2020

Theology
Paul Tallon
Faculty

Paul Tallon, Ph.D.

As a professor of information systems, Dr. Tallon yearns for his students to engage in the burgeoning world of technology

Information Technology and Operations Management
Dr. Tan
Faculty

Kerry Tan, Ph.D.

This associate professor of economics infuses real-world applications and Jesuit values into his courses to broaden his students’ understanding of the field

Economics
Taylor
Students

Taylor

A midfielder for the Greyhounds women's lacrosse team, Taylor is studying marketing at Loyola

Marketing
Taylor Davis
Students

Taylor

Taylor is pursuing his Professional's MBA as he applies his Loyola education through mentorship within the Loyola and Baltimore communities

Professional's MBA
Andrea Thomas, Ph.D.
Faculty

Andrea Thomas, Ph.D.

This associate professor of French encourages students to draw connections between real-world experiences and learning a foreign language

Modern Languages & Literatures
Thomas
Students

Thomas

With his eye on a career as a senior-level financial executive, Thomas appreciates the breadth and depth of Loyola's business education grounded in the liberal arts

Accounting, Information Systems
Christopher Thompson
Faculty

Christopher Thompson, Ph.D.

Dr. Thompson sees the combination of service-based learning and Jesuit values at Loyola preparing students to be leaders of change

Biology
Akpapio
Students

Triumph

Triumph says Loyola’s core values inspire and teach her discipline and focus, preparing her for her future

Information Systems
Udval
Students

Udval

Udval came to Loyola from Mongolia to study finance; she now considers Loyola and Baltimore her home away from home

Business, Mathematics
Vanday
Students

Vanday

Meet a biochem major who hopes to one day work in sports medicine

Biochemistry
Barbara Vann
Faculty

Barbara Vann, Ph.D.

Her passion for sociology led Barbara Vann, Ph.D., to research and teaching on the intersection of race, class, gender, sexuality, and disability

Sociology
Joseph Walsh
Faculty

Joseph Walsh, Ph.D.

Joseph Walsh, Ph.D., teaches classics and history at Loyola and is a co-director of the Honors Program

Classics, History
Stephen Walters, Ph.D.
Faculty

Stephen Walters, Ph.D.

This long-time Loyola professor is also a nationally-recognized expert in urban and sports economics

Economics
Thomas Ward
Faculty

Thomas Ward, Ph.D.

A long-time proponent of service-learning, Dr. Ward's students connect with language and community through work with a Peruvian cooperative in Baltimore

Modern Languages & Literatures
Jennifer Watkinson
Faculty

Jennifer Scaturo Watkinson, Ph.D.

Dr. Watkinson aims to improve leadership and systematic thinking skills for school counselors

Education
Kaye Whitehead
Faculty

Karsonya Wise Whitehead, Ph.D.

Dr. Whitehead teaches courses in communication and African and African American Studies and focuses on how race, class, and gender coalesce in American classrooms

Communication
Whitney
Students

Whitney

Whitney is applying applications from her graduate studies in Loyola's Ed Tech program in her fifth grade classroom

Education
Anna Wilson
Alumni

Anna Wilson

Singer/songwriter Anna Wilson has made a home and a career for herself in Music City

Communication
Erin Wright
Alumni

Erin Wright

Erin credits Loyola’s Emerging Media program in preparing her for her role as an editor at the New York Times

Communication
Marie Yeh, Ph.D.
Faculty

Marie Yeh, Ph.D.

This assistant professor of marketing considers her students’ career ambitions in shaping class discussions and coursework

Marketing
Margarita Zisselsberger
Faculty

Margarita Zisselsberger, Ph.D.

Professor of literacy education Dr. Zisselsberger aims to understand and improve the literacy development of culturally diverse learners

Education