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BLAST FROM THE PAST Milestones in education


This academic year marks 100 years of social work education, 100 years of adult education, and 50 years of pastoral studies at Loyola.


1964


The School of Social Work is creating a commemorative history book that will chronicle the experiences of its students, faculty, and alumni. To submit stories, memories, photos, memorabilia, and more, please contact Natalie Hock at nhock@LUC.edu or 773.270.1728.


Loyola’s School of Sociology, which later became the School of Social Work, was the first program of its kind in a Catholic institution in the United States. Frederic Siedenburg, S.J., the first dean of the School of Social Work, believed that social reform was vital to a Catholic education. This year, Loyola cel- ebrates a century of educating leaders dedicated to excellence in scholarship and service.


Ca. 1990


The Institute of Pastoral Studies celebrates 50 years of excellence since its inception during the Second Vatican Council. Since those formative years, it has grown in providing transformative edu- cation for ministry, spiritual leadership, and faith-based social engagement.


From the early days of University College (Downtown), through Mundelein College, to today’s School of Continuing and Profes- sional Studies, Loyola has pro- vided a transformative education that guides adult students to a future of leadership, career suc- cess, and a meaningful life.


Ca. 1920s


FALL 2014


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