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Michael Tangrea, ’96, Ph.D., as an endowed professor in innovation

Loyola adds endowed professor in innovation to advance scientific research in biohealth

Loyola University Maryland has named Michael Tangrea, Ph.D., '96, as an endowed professor in innovation to expand research in biohealth and promote economic and entrepreneurial success in the state of Maryland. The endowed professorship, which is the first for Loyola's Natural and Applied Sciences, is funded in part by the Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative Fund (MEIF), which is administered by the Maryland Department of Commerce. 
Lindsey Hinczynski, ’20

2020 graduate receives Chinese language Critical Language Scholarship

Lindsey Hinczynski, ’20, was awarded a Chinese language Critical Language Scholarship, (CLS), a U.S. Department of State’s scholarship program in which the government invests money into teaching Americans languages that are critical to developing modern international relations and business. 
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Loyola announces plans to reopen its campuses for Spring 2021 semester

Loyola University Maryland released its plans for reopening its campuses for the Spring 2021 semester to the greatest extent the public health situation permits. Undergraduate students will have the opportunity to attend classes in a hybrid format—in-person and online—while living either on-campus or off-campus. Students will have the option to study remotely from home. Graduate students will take courses online, in-person, or in a hybrid model.
James Lambdin, MSF ’83, and wife Anna

Loyola to receive $6.3 million bequest to fund opportunities for graduate students

Anna and James Lambdin, MSF ’83, have selected Loyola University Maryland as the beneficiary of $6.3 million from their estate. Their bequest gift will support fellowships for graduate students in the Sellinger School of Business and Management and provide fellowship assistance for graduate students in the speech-language-hearing sciences department in Loyola College of Arts and Sciences.
Leana Wen, M.D., emergency physician and public health professor at George Washington University

Grand Seminar to focus on COVID-19 and the future of health care

Loyola University Maryland’s academic division of natural and applied sciences will present the 2020 Grand Seminar as a livestreamed event on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 5 p.m. This year’s Grand Seminar will feature keynote speaker Leana Wen, M.D., emergency physician and public health professor at George Washington University. Wen is also a contributing columnist for The Washington Post and an on-air commentator for CNN as a medical analyst. Previously, she served as Baltimore's Health Commissioner.
Christina Gambrell, ’23, Hannah Mannering, ’23, Natalia Medina Lozada, ’23, Meghan Oddy, ’23

Four Loyola students named University Innovation Fellows

Four Loyola students have been selected University Innovation Fellows (UIF) by Stanford University. UIFs are students who are challenged with bringing innovative ideas to their university to help foster problem-solving and innovation through design thinking.
Larry Reed, an attendant who greeted visitors to the Loyola/Notre Dame Library

Loyola celebrates the life of Larry Reed, library attendant

Larry Reed, an attendant who greeted visitors to the Loyola/Notre Dame Library for almost 14 years, passed away on Oct. 5, 2020. He will be remembered for his friendly greetings and his genial nature with his colleagues.
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