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Recognized for excellence

By choosing the College of Social Sciences, you'll not only choose from a diverse group of programs, but you'll also be choosing a college singled out for excellence.

The Princeton Review recently rated a senior faculty member in the Department of Political Science as one of the top 300 faculty in the country. U.S. News & World Report ranked the School of Nursing’s online graduate program among the top five in the nation. Additionally, The School of Mass Communication has won the national Bateman Competition in public relations more than any other university in the country. Student journalists and the student newspaper, The Maroon, are consistently recognized by professional journalism organizations such as The Society of Professional Journalists for excellence.

student Achievements + Research

Student/Faculty Research Accepted for Publication

Recent graduates Caitlyn Galjour and Stephanie Spengel, together with professor Thomas Foster, have completed an empirical study that was accepted for publication by the Journal of Adult Development.

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faculty Achievements + Research

Loyola Counseling Faculty to Present at ACES National Conference

The Counseling Department faculty will be traveling to Philadelphia for the national conference of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES). All five full-time faculty members have been accepted to present at the conference.

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alumni Achievements + Research

Political Science alum, Brian Gabriel Jr., currently serves as a press assistant in the White House Office of the Press Secretary

Brian A. Gabriel Jr., SS' 14, currently serves as a press assistant in the White House Office of the Press Secretary. He works directly with White House staff and media to facilitate press coverage of the President.

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