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FRONTLINES HEALTH SCIENCES New HSD provost Margaret Callahan


hired from Marquette Margaret Faut Callahan (BSN ‘74), CRNA,


PhD, FNAP, FAAN, has been named provost of the Loyola University Chicago Health Sciences Division. She will lead all academic initiatives in the Health Sciences Division, which includes the Stritch School of Medicine, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, and the Graduate School programs. Callahan officially joins Loyola on September 1.


Callahan, who received her Bachelor of Science


in Nursing from Loyola, currently serves as interim provost at Marquette University and dean and professor of the University’s College of Nursing. Callahan has more than 35 years of experience in health care and higher education. She led the Marquette University College of Nursing through a successful reaccreditation, directed a comprehensive revision of the pre-licensure curriculum, expanded the


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college’s freshman class size by 77 percent, and implemented the Doctor of Nursing Practice pro- gram. Prior to Marquette, she spent many years at Rush University where she served as professor, chair of adult health nursing, director of the nurse anesthesia program, and senior advisor to the simulation laboratory.


“Loyola is dedicated to excellence in education


and research rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition, and we are excited about the proven leadership that Margaret will bring to Loyola as we continue to advance our work to better the lives and health of those we serve,” says Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., chancellor of Loyola.


“This is a historic time for the Health Sciences


Division with the Niehoff School of Nursing ex- panding at the Health Sciences Campus and our new research building opening next spring. We are delighted to have Margaret join the University at such an exciting time.”


Match Day occurs on the third Friday of March every year at each of the medical schools in the United States that participates in the National Resident Match- ing Program. Each student receives a sealed envelope containing their assigned residency destination.


• 63 percent of the Stritch class will stay in the Midwest


• 20 percent will remain at Loyola


• 51 percent will be in primary care residencies


• 49 percent will pursue specialty training


STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE


MATCH DAY CHARTS COURSE FOR FINAL YEAR


Match Day 2015 stats


Congratulations to the members of the Stritch class of 2015 as they launch the next stage of their medical careers!


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