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Loyola accepts nine entrepreneurs for Baltipreneurs Accelerator

Loyola University Maryland’s Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship accepted nine new participants for the center’s 2022-23 Baltipreneurs Accelerator, a four-month part-time program supporting startup businesses and social ventures with training, technical assistance, mentorship, networking, and access to capital.
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Loyola celebrates first-generation college students

Loyola University Maryland will recognize its first-generation students, whose parents did not graduate from college, as part of the national First-generation College Celebration on Nov. 8. The celebration is one of a series of initiatives, which also includes peer support, allyship and other special events, that Loyola offers to support first-generation students. 
Speaker Sharon Donnelly Love with her daughter Yeardley at her high school graduation

One Love Foundation’s Sharon Donnelly Love to speak on dating/domestic violence

Loyola University Maryland will hold the 31st annual Sister Cleophas Costello Lecture with speaker Sharon Donnelly Love, co-founder and spokesperson of the One Love Foundation, which works to empower young people to identify healthy and unhealthy relationships and prevent dating and domestic violence. The lecture, “One Love: A Conversation with Sharon Donnelly Love,” will take place Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. in Loyola’s McGuire Hall. 
Bunting Peace and Justice Speakers Dr. Marwan Darweish and Dr. Michael Loadenthal

Loyola speaker series to explore political and social movements

Loyola University Maryland will hold its annual Bunting Peace and Justice Speaker Series, which brings leaders, scholars, and activists to Loyola to address timely issues at the intersection of peace and justice. Speakers in November and December will explore nonviolent resistance, social movements, and repression.
Angela Knauer, MBA ’03, CPA, and Dale Maholage, ’17, CPA

Loyola’s Sellinger School graduates support Ukrainian refugee relief

Two graduates of Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management, Angela Knauer, MBA ’03, CPA, and Dale Maholage, ’17, CPA, visited Romania in May to support nonprofit organizations providing humanitarian relief to Ukrainian refugees.
Data science industry expert David Norton, MBA ’95

Data science panel at Loyola brings together industry leaders

Loyola University Maryland will hold “Data Science in Everyday Life: Applicability, AI, and Other Trends,” a networking and panel event exploring data science from a range of perspectives across industry and government. The event will take place Thursday, Oct. 20, at 5:30 p.m. in the 4th Floor Program Room in the Andrew White Student Center at Loyola.
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