February Newsletter

Loyola University Graduate Student Organization

Bowling Event!

Join the GSO March 2nd from 3:30-5:50 at Bowlero in Timonium, MD! This is a great chance to bring a friend or the family to have some fun on a Saturday afternoon. The GSO will be providing appetizers for grad students and their guests to enjoy, and a giveaway for the Loyola students. Please bring cash or card to pay for the bowling games and shoe rental. We hope to see you all there! Please register below.
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Get Involved with GSO

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Our Daily Bread

Looking for a new way to get involved in the Loyola community? The Center for Community Service and Justice and GSO are teaming up to participate in Our Daily Bread. Our Daily Bread services those in need in Baltimore City, and nourishes between 650 and 1000 people each year. If you are interested in participating in the March 23rd event from 8am -1:30pm with GSO please fill out the form below.
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Program: Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology

Why She Chose Loyola: When I first visited Loyola, I could immediately see myself coming here one day. The campus was beautiful and my shuttle driver was more than happy to help me figure out where I needed to go. I loved how welcoming, engaging, and supportive the Psychology Department’s faculty, students, and staff were...Ultimately, I felt that Loyola was a place where I could stay true to myself while also continue to grow as a professional and human being.

Fun Fact: I love to cook. My favorite go-to recipe is any type of pesto from scratch (classic basil with pine nuts, refreshing arugula with walnuts, etc.). Not only does it taste delicious, but it finishes up any leftover greens that you might be tired of eating in salad-form or herbs that you are not able to use quick enough.

What do her peers have to say?: "Christine is only a first year in the doctoral program and is already making waves. Aside from always asking thoughtful questions and comments in class, she is a true leader who is involved with many advisory groups- most notably at the Loyola Clinical Centers, where she has taken the lead on addressing long-overdue issues of cultural competence. She also helps with running a social skills group at the clinic for members of the community. Her organizational skills are spectacular, and I am constantly impressed that she has been able to dive right in to this graduate school experience and make meaningful contributions. None of these are required of first-years in the program, but she has taken the initiative to seek out opportunities in which she knows she can excel. I admire Christine's passion for the field of clinical psychology and have no doubt that she'll continue to do great things, both in the field and for this program." -Submitted by Serena Lao

Want to Nominate a Peer?

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Join the Library Advisory Board

The Loyola / Notre Dame Library is seeking graduate student respresentatives for their advisory board. They have three meetings per semester. These meetings are casual group discussions about your thoughts, opinions, and feedback for the library, and where they will also give you food. You can also participate in the meetings remotely.

Call for Presenters!

Present a poster at the Tenth Annual Emerging Scholars Celebration of Graduate Research this spring! Whether it is a thesis or dissertation, paper or case study, this is an event to showcase the research of graduate students.


Presenters receive free professional poster printing. Details and application at www.loyola.edu/emergingscholars.

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