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Students at Loyola's 2022 commencement ceremony

Loyola’s Class of 2021 lands jobs

Each year Loyola’s career services team reports on the first destination after graduation for the previous year’s graduating class. This year, 94.11% of respondents from the University’s Class of 2021 are employed, enrolled in graduate or professional school, and/or engaged in post-graduate or military service. The full-time annual salary of the graduates averaged $58,209.
Irene Bal was recently honored as the 2021-2022 Outstanding Educator Using Technology Award Winner

Educational Technology Lecturer Receives Outstanding Educator Award

Irene Bal, M.M.Ed., M.Ed., assistant teaching professor in Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education, was recently honored as the 2021-22 Outstanding Educator Using Technology Award Winner by the Maryland Society for Educational Technology (MSET) and Bluum.

Loyola students gain real-world experience with Synchronoss Technologies

Loyola University Maryland students worked with Synchronoss Technologies Inc. to refine the sign-up process for Synchronoss Personal Cloud, the tech company’s app for storing, organizing and protecting digital content. Students were tasked with examining the app’s onboarding interface as part of a project management course for undergraduates offered by Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business.
Angela Russell Christman, Ph.D., a professor of theology

Loyola receives gift to honor memory of Angela Christman, Ph.D.

With a passion for early Christian writers and nature, Angela Russell Christman, Ph.D., a professor of theology, is remembered for her love for her students and those around her. To celebrate her life, colleagues and loved ones of Dr. Christman have raised more than $75,000 for the Angela Christman Memorial Endowment.
President Sawyer with Nick Simon, MBA ’84, and Susie Simon, M.Ed. ’81

Nick and Susie Simon make $3 million gift to propel Loyola’s Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship forward

In 2018, Nick Simon, MBA ’84, and Susie Simon, M.Ed. ’81, made a $1 million gift to help establish Loyola University Maryland’s Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Now, the Simons are making an additional $3 million investment in the Center, which will now be named the Nick and Susie Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship in recognition of their support.
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