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1 Installation Ceremony

2 Installation Ceremony The Installation of Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD As the 24th president of Loyola University Chicago Friday, November 4, p.m. OUR MISSION We are Chicago s Jesuit, Catholic University a diverse community seeking God in all things and working to expand knowledge in the service of humanity through learning, justice, and faith. Gentile Arena Lake Shore Campus Loyola University Chicago Chicago, Illinois

3 BIOGRAPHY JO ANN ROONEY, JD, LLM, EdD, is the 24th president of Loyola University Chicago and the first lay president in the University s history. She joins Loyola with a diverse background that includes various positions in higher education, law, business, health care, and public service. Most recently, Dr. Rooney was managing director at Huron Consulting Group in Chicago with responsibility for developing strategies to advance Huron Healthcare s Federal Government Healthcare Sector consulting practice. Dr. Rooney s appointment returns her to leadership in higher education, as she has served as the president of both Spalding University a private, Catholic, doctoral-level university in Louisville, Kentucky and Mount Ida College, a baccalaureate-level college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in Newton, Massachusetts. She has also spent more than 22 years in the classroom connecting with students and teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels. During her eight-year tenure at Spalding, Dr. Rooney led an impressive turnaround of an institution facing severe challenges. Leveraging her strong business, finance, and operational experience and engaging support from the internal university community, the Archdiocese of Louisville, local business and community leaders, and alumni she was able to stabilize the university and set it on a course of continued growth, allowing it to thrive to this day. In 2006, Dr. Rooney was named Most Admired Woman in Education by Today s Woman magazine. In July 2010, Dr. Rooney was appointed president of Mount Ida College. After only months in the position, she was called by the Obama Administration to serve her country a life-changing event that led her on an unexpected career path as the nominee for principal deputy under secretary of defense for personnel and readiness in the U.S. Department of Defense. She was confirmed for the position by the U.S. Senate in May Within the U.S. Department of Defense, Dr. Rooney served as senior advisor to the under secretary of defense comptroller, principal deputy under secretary of defense for personnel and readiness, and acting under secretary of defense for personnel and readiness. As senior advisor to the secretary of defense, she managed a broad portfolio encompassing recruitment, career development, health care, readiness, pay, and benefits for approximately 1.4 million active-duty personnel, 1.3 million Guard and Reserve personnel, and their families. She had direct responsibility for more than 30,000 employees and a budget of more than $70 billion, and she served as a senior spokesperson for defense-wide issues. In 2012, former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta awarded Dr. Rooney the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service, the highest award given to a civilian by the secretary of defense. Dr. Rooney holds a Bachelor of Science with a finance concentration from Boston University School of Management, a Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School, a Master of Laws in taxation from Boston University School of Law, and a Doctor of Education in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania. Other affiliations include various positions in the legal and business sectors. She is a member of the American Bar Association and three state bar associations and has served as a board member with a variety of civic and corporate organizations, including the board of directors of the Catholic Education Foundation, and as vice chair of Jewish Hospital & St. Mary s Health- Care a Catholic Health Initiatives organization in Louisville, Kentucky. She currently sits on the board of trustees for Regis University, a Jesuit institution located in Denver, Colorado. BUILDING A MORE JUST, HUMANE, AND SUSTAINABLE WORLD The theme of Dr. Rooney s inauguration is Building a More Just, Humane, and Sustainable World, which is also Loyola s current strategic plan, Plan This plan is grounded in over 450 years of Jesuit, Catholic tradition and the collective wisdom of faculty, staff, students, alumni, and trustees. It is also informed by the present realities of our city and world and seeks to shape a better University and through that University a better future. Plan 2020 is a framework to focus our energies on improving the quality of education, so our students are prepared to be agents of change affecting their families, careers, and communities. It organizes how we will leverage the resources of the University to meet the needs of our city and our world and deepen our identity as a Jesuit, Catholic enterprise for learning. It articulates the University s collective aspirations to act more for transformative justice by contributing to a more just, humane, and sustainable world. 4 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

4 CITATION Office of the Archbishop 835 North Rush Street Chicago, IL archchicago.org On behalf of the Archdiocese of Chicago, I welcome Dr. Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD, as the 24th President of Loyola University of Chicago. In a special way, Very Rev. Peter Snieg, the administrators, faculty, staff and seminarians of Saint Joseph College Seminary of Loyola University join me in welcoming Dr. Rooney. As Loyola University adds a new chapter to its rich 146-year history with the first lay woman as President, Dr. Rooney s diverse professional and leadership experiences, her passion for higher education, deep Catholic faith and commitment to Jesuit values will enhance the teaching, research and service for which Loyola University is renowned. In a particular way, we look forward to continued collaboration in educating seminarians to serve in parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Chicago. Loyola fills a vital role in forming leaders for the Church and society in its programs for those interested in professional ministry and faith-based leadership and its endeavors to cultivate Catholic faith and spirituality. Built on a firm foundation of the centuries-old Jesuit tradition of education, seeking God in all things and developing the whole person, together with its emphasis on excellence, as well as personal and professional ethics and community service, the undergraduate and graduate programs at the Lake Shore, Water Tower, Health Sciences and The John Felice Rome Center Campuses of Loyola University, as well as course offerings in Beijing, Vietnam, and Vernon Hills, are a tremendous resource in our metropolitan area and beyond. From its first class of 37 students in 1870 to the largest undergraduate freshmen class in its history in 2016, Loyola has developed into a world class center of scholarship and research with eleven schools and colleges. With Dr. Rooney at the helm, may its administrators, faculty and staff continue to illuminate the search for truth; advance the dialogue between faith and reason and between faiths and cultures; foster social justice and global solidarity; and promote peace and prosperity by educating Ramblers to strengthen communities, cultivate a more humane world, and make a difference as persons for others. MOST REVEREND BLASE J. CUPICH ARCHBISHOP OF CHICAGO Installation of Dr. Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD Loyola University of Chicago November 4 Jubilee of Mercy 6 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

5 LAKE SHORE CAMPUS (2016) ABOUT LOYOLA CHICAGO S OF LOYOLA CHICAGO FOUNDED IN 1870, Loyola University Chicago is one of the nation s largest Jesuit, Catholic universities, with nearly 16,500 students. More than 11,000 undergraduates call Loyola home. The University has four campuses: three in the greater Chicago area and one in Rome, Italy, as well as course locations in Beijing, China; Saigon- Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Vernon Hills, Illinois (Cuneo Mansion and Gardens); and a Retreat and Ecology Campus in Woodstock, Illinois. The University features 13 schools, institutes, and colleges, including Arrupe College, College of Arts and Sciences, Michael R. Quinlan School of Business, School of Communication, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, School of Education, Institute of Environmental Sustainability, the Graduate School, School of Law, Stritch School of Medicine, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, Institute of Pastoral Studies, and School of Social Work. Ranked a top 100 national university by U.S. News & World Report, Loyola is also among a select group of universities recognized for community service and engagement by prestigious national organizations like the Carnegie Foundation and the Corporation for National and Community Service ARNOLD J. DAMEN, S.J FERDINAND COOSEMANS, S.J JOHN DEBLIECK, S.J THOMAS H. MILES, S.J THOMAS O NEILL, S.J JOSEPH P. ZEALAND, S.J EDWARD A. HIGGINS, S.J THOMAS S. FITZGERALD, S.J JAMES F. X. HOEFFER, S.J JOHN F. G. PAHLS, S.J HENRY J. DUMBACH, S.J ALEXANDER J. BURROWES, S.J JOHN L. MATHERY, S.J JOHN B. FURAY, S.J WILLIAM H. AGNEW, S.J ROBERT M. KELLEY, S.J SAMUEL K. WILSON, S.J JOSEPH M. EGAN, S.J JAMES T. HUSSEY, S.J JAMES F. MAGUIRE, S.J RAYMOND C. BAUMHART, S.J JOHN J. PIDERIT, S.J MICHAEL J. GARANZINI, S.J JO ANN ROONEY, JD, LLM, EdD 8 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

6 ACADEMIC REGALIA THE CUSTOM OF WEARING academic gowns, hoods, and caps dates back to about the 12th century, when most scholars belonged to a religious order. Long gowns and hoods were standard dress for medieval clergy, who often studied and taught in cold buildings. COMMON COLORS IN THE ACADEMIC COSTUME CODE ARTS WHITE THE CHAIN of OFFICE AS THE OFFICIAL SYMBOL of the Office of the President of Loyola University Chicago, the Chain of Office was conferred for the first time at the Inauguration of the University s 22nd president, John J. Piderit, S.J. At that time, it was worn by the president at all official University functions where the president presided. Commissioned in 1993, the Chain of Office was crafted by William Frederick, a metalsmith and former faculty member of the Art Institute of Chicago. The chain contains 17 links. The front of each link features a unique cross design. The chain was made using a centuries-old process called cire-perdue, or lost wax casting, a practice developed by the Etruscans. The medallion that hangs from the chain is an interpretation of the University seal. The symbols within the seal reflect the history and heritage of Loyola University Chicago. Engraved on the reverse side of the medallion are the names of Loyola s first 23 presidents and their years in office. Dr. Rooney s name is engraved on the back of the center link, immediately above the medallion, a position that will always be reserved for the name of the governing president. In the future, former presidents will move up the chain to other links. Sometime in the 14th century, English universities began to use the dress to distinguish levels of education. Modeled on the English system, the American Academic Costume Code was established in 1895 by a commission of delegates from the Ivy League and New York universities. The Costume Code calls for three types of gowns: doctoral, master s, and bachelor s. The doctoral gown is the most elaborate, with front-facing velvet and three velvet bars on each of the full, billowing sleeves. The velvet can be black, PhD blue, or the academic color to which the degree corresponds. The master s gown is distinctive for its extremely long, closed sleeves, the arms protruding through a slit at the elbow. The bachelor s gown is the simplest of the three, a plain gown with long, pointed sleeves. Doctoral and master s degrees are also indicated by a hood, distinctive in shape, size, and color. The doctor s hood is easily recognizable, with wide velvet edging that indicates the degree earned and full exposure of the lining. The master s hood is the same length as the doctor s hood but does not fully expose the lining, and the velvet edging is not as wide. For both hoods, the lining indicates the colors of the institution conferring the degree. Mortarboards, the distinctive four-pointed caps, are worn by academics at all levels. In recent years, doctors have taken to wearing a soft velvet tam instead. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DRAB COMMUNICATION MAROON EDUCATION LIGHT BLUE FINE ARTS BROWN LAW PURPLE MEDICINE GREEN MUSIC PINK NURSING APRICOT PHILOSOPHY BLUE SCIENCE YELLOW GOLD SOCIAL WORK CITRUS THEOLOGY SCARLET 10 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

7 THE ORDER of THE CEREMONY PROCESSIONAL Ignatian Brass ORDER OF THE ACADEMIC PROCESSION LED BY John P. Pelissero, PhD PROVOST Margaret F. Callahan, CRNA, PhD, FNAP, FAAN PROVOST, HEALTH SCIENCES DIVISION FOLLOWED BY Delegates of Academic Institutions President s Medallion Winners Deans and Faculty Members Officers of the University Installation Ceremony Stage Party Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD NATIONAL ANTHEM AND PRESENTATION OF COLORS Loyola s Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Student Chamber Choir INVOCATION Reverend James S. Prehn, S.J. VICE AND SPECIAL ADVISOR TO THE FOR MISSION AND IDENTITY RECTOR, JESUIT COMMUNITY, LOYOLA CHICAGO OPENING REMARKS Noah W. Sobe, PhD MASTER OF CEREMONIES PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND CHAIR, SENATE WELCOME Sr. Jean Dolores Schmidt, BVM CHAPLAIN, MEN S BASKETBALL TEAM VIDEO: WE ARE LOYOLA GREETINGS TO THE Reverend John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J. (PhD 93), REGIS MEMBER, BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ASSOCIATION OF JESUIT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES MEMBER, BOARD OF TRUSTEES, LOYOLA CHICAGO Timothy J. Classen, PhD ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, QUINLAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CHAIR, FACULTY COUNCIL Emmanuelle Escandar (MBA 15) BUDGET COORDINATOR, STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND GREEK AFFAIRS CHAIR, STAFF COUNCIL Amanda L. Worthington (BS 04, MBA 08) MEMBERSHIP CHAIR, NATIONAL ALUMNI ADVISORY BOARD Mariana Chavez LOYOLA SENIOR, STUDENT GOVERNMENT, LOYOLA CHICAGO MISSIONING STATEMENT Reverend Walter C. Deye, S.J. (MDiv 77) SOCIUS AND ACTING PROVINCIAL, CHICAGO-DETROIT PROVINCE, SOCIETY OF JESUS INVESTITURE Robert L. Parkinson Jr. (BBA 73, MBA 75) CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF TRUSTEES, LOYOLA CHICAGO CHAIN OF OFFICE PRESENTATION Robert L. Parkinson Jr. and Reverend James S. Prehn, S.J. INAUGURAL ADDRESS Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD CLOSING PRAYER Reverend James S. Prehn, S.J., and the Loyola Community and Guests CONCLUSION Noah W. Sobe, PhD RECESSIONAL Ignatian Brass Brian Costello BAGPIPE SERGEANT, SHANNON ROVERS PIPE BAND 12 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

8 DELEGATES of ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS AS OF OCTOBER 27, 2016 JESUIT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES GEORGETOWN WASHINGTON, D.C SAINT LOUIS MISSOURI 1830 SPRING HILL COLLEGE ALABAMA 1831 XAVIER OHIO 1841 FORDHAM NEW YORK 1843 COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS MASSACHUSETTS 1851 ST. JOSEPH S PENNSYLVANIA 1851 SANTA CLARA CALIFORNIA 1852 LOYOLA MARYLAND MARYLAND 1855 OF SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 1863 BOSTON COLLEGE MASSACHUSETTS 1870 CANISIUS COLLEGE NEW YORK 1870 LOYOLA CHICAGO ILLINOIS 1872 SAINT PETER S NEW JERSEY 1877 REGIS COLORADO 1877 OF DETROIT MERCY MICHIGAN 1878 CREIGHTON NEBRASKA 1881 MARQUETTE WISCONSIN 1886 JOHN CARROLL OHIO 1887 GONZAGA WASHINGTON 1888 THE OF SCRANTON PENNSYLVANIA 1891 SEATTLE WASHINGTON 1910 ROCKHURST MISSOURI 1911 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT CALIFORNIA 1912 LOYOLA NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA 1942 FAIRFIELD CONNECTICUT 1946 LE MOYNE COLLEGE NEW YORK MORAVIAN COLLEGE Jan Gollins DELEGATE 1789 GEORGETOWN Dr. Jeanne Lord, PhD ASSOCIATE VICE & DEAN OF STUDENTS 1808 MOUNT ST. MARY S Matthew Thibeau DIRECTOR, STRATEGIC PLANNING AND INITIATIVES 1818 SAINT LOUIS Leonard McKinnis DELEGATE 1830 SPRING HILL COLLEGE James McKinney FORMER CHAIR OF SPRING HILL COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 1831 XAVIER Aaron Meis VICE OF ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT 1839 BOSTON Elisabeth McCombe 1839 LORAS COLLEGE Dr. Daniel Allen Jr., PhD FORDHAM Patti Heller DELEGATE 1842 OF NOTRE DAME James Harrington 1842 VILLANOVA Nancy Lane 1843 CLARKE Sr. Margaret Mary Cosgrove, BVM (MUND 70) TRUSTEE EMERITA 1846 SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE Christopher P. Weiss 1846 SAINT XAVIER Joan Knox ASSOCIATE VICE OF AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS 1850 SAINT MARY S, TWICKENHAM Chris Kerzich DIRECTOR OF AMERICAS AND CANADA AND GLOBAL CATHOLIC ENGAGEMENT 1850 OF DAYTON William M. Fischer, JD VICE FOR STUDENT DEVELOPMENT NORTHWESTERN Robert Avery REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ALUMNI REGENT GROUP 1851 SAINT JOSEPH S Dr. Cary Anderson (MA 92) VICE FOR STUDENT LIFE/ ASSOCIATE PROVOST 1855 OF SAN FRANCISCO Dr. Derek Truesdale, EdD 1857 LAKE FOREST COLLEGE Bill Lowry SECRETARY OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 1857 SAINT JOHN S (MN) Michael McIntyre 1860 WHEATON COLLEGE Dr. David Fletcher ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY 1861 NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Dr. Troy Hammond BOSTON COLLEGE Matt Wendel 1869 ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE PREP Rev. Lukas Laniauskas, S.J. VICE MISSION INTEGRATION AND IMPLEMENTATION 1870 CANISIUS COLLEGE Edward McGrogan (MBA 00) REGENT 1871 ELMHURST COLLEGE Dr. Larry A. Braskamp BOARD OF TRUSTEES 1872 SAINT PETER S Judith Valenti 1877 REGIS Rev. John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., PhD 1877 ST. EDWARD S Charles DelGrande FRIEND 1878 DUQUESNE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT Andrew Rebholz, Sr WHEELING JESUIT COLLEGE WEST VIRGINIA 14 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

9 DELEGATES of ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS FROM PREVIOUS PAGE MARQUETTE Valerie Wilson Reed 1882 ST. AMBROSE Kemper Rusteberg 1885 SETON HILL Deana Sjolander 1885 OF ST. THOMAS (MN) Peter Gamber 1886 JOHN CARROLL Doug Ennis CHICAGO ALUMNI CHAPTER BOARD 1887 BENEDICTINE Dr. Michael S. Brophy 1887 THE CATHOLIC OF AMERICA Rev. Peter Bernardi, S.J. DELEGATE 1888 THE OF SCRANTON Dr. Robert Davis Jr., EdD CHIEF OF STAFF COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO Dr. Stanley Wearden SENIOR VICE AND PROVOST 1890 OF CHICAGO Dr. Marilyn Krogh LOYOLA FACULTY 1891 NORTH PARK Dr. David Parkyn, PhD 1895 OUR LADY OF THE LAKE Bionca Martin 1898 DEPAUL Rev. Dennis Holtschneider, CM, EdD 1898 ST. NORBERT COLLEGE Patrick Kelly FORMER TRUSTEE, LOYOLA CHICAGO 1899 COLLEGE OF SAINT ELIZABETH Anne Lanute 1901 DOMINICAN Dr. Donna Carroll, PhD SAINT MICHAEL S COLLEGE Corrine O Connor 1909 LOYOLA ACADEMY Rev. Patrick McGrath, S.J ROCKHURST Rev. Thomas Curran, S.J LOYOLA MARYMOUNT Dr. Abbie Robinson- Armstrong, PhD VICE FOR INTERCULTURAL AFFAIRS 1912 LOYOLA NEW ORLEANS Kevin Poorman REPRESENTATIVE 1912 ROSALIND FRANKLIN OF MEDICINE AND SCIENCE K. Michael Welch, MB, ChB, FRCP AND CEO 1913 COLLEGE OF SAINT BENEDICT Rachel Schmitt-Kaiser 1913 ROBERT MORRIS Mablene Krueger RESURRECTION Dr. Douglas Geiger (JFRC Summer 04, PhD 10) VICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 1915 MARYWOOD Elizabeth Pattara 1920 OF ST. FRANCIS Dr. Arvid Johnson, PhD 1923 FONTBONNE Sr. Bernadette M. Eaton, CSJ Patricia Manning (MEd 87) 1925 BRESCIA Joshua Clary VICE FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS 1925 CARLOW Lisa Swing 1932 LEWIS Dr. David Livingston, PhD OF SAINT JOSEPH, CONNECTICUT Kathleen Driscoll Amatangelo 1942 FAIRFIELD Bill McIntosh TRUSTEE 1945 ROOSEVELT Lois Becker PROVOST AND EXECUTIVE VICE FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 1946 LE MOYNE COLLEGE Dr. George Dengler 1948 GWYNEDD MERCY Dr. Kathleen Owens (BS 67, PhD 81) 1952 ADLER OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Raymond Crossman 1954 KING S COLLEGE Dr. David Sylvester, PhD PRINCIPAL 1959 TRINITY CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Kurt Dykstra, JD NEUMANN Dr. Lawrence DiPaolo Jr., PhD (MA 00, PhD 06) VICE FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 1966 HOLY CROSS COLLEGE Br. John Paige, CSC, PhD 1968 ST. JOSEPH COLLEGE SEMINARY Very. Rev. Peter Snieg RECTOR CRISTO REY JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL Antonio Ortiz 2008 CHRIST THE KING JESUIT COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL Clement Martin, MA (MEd 01) 2010 UNIVERSIDAD LOYOLA ANDALUCĹA Gabriel Maria Pérez Alcalá RECTOR Francisco de Borja Martin Garrido DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 16 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

10 BOARD of TRUSTEES OFFICERS of THE Robert L. Parkinson Jr. (BBA 73, MBA 75) CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Ruthellyn Musil (BA 75) VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Mr. James P. Bouchard (BBA 84) Rev. Matthew E. Carnes, S.J. Mr. Charles W. Denny Rev. Christopher J. Devron, S.J. (MA 95) Dr. Melanie C. Dreher Mrs. Mary Judith Duchossois Rev. Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J. Rev. John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J. (PhD 93) Rev. Thomas P. Greene, S.J. (MA 02) Mr. Marvin I. Herman Mrs. Jackie Taylor Holsten (JD 99) Mr. Patrick J. Kelly Mr. William G. Kistner (BBA 72) Mr. Patrick C. Lynch (BBA 82) Mr. Rocco J. Martino (MBA 78) Mr. Barry C. McCabe Mr. Carlos X. Montoya (BA 85) Mr. Richard L. Rodriguez (BA 93) Dr. Jo Ann Rooney Dr. Mark S. Rzepczynski (BA 79) Mr. John G. Schreiber (BBA 68) Mr. Joseph T. Seminetta (BBA 86) Ms. Susan S. Sher (JD 74) Mr. Brian K. Speers (JD 93) Dr. Stephen P. Squinto (BA 78, PhD 84) Mrs. Cynthia H. Stark Ms. Joan E. Steel Dr. Julie H. Sullivan Mr. Robert A. Sullivan Ms. Mary A. Tolan (BBA 82) Mr. Kevin W. Willer Sr. Mary Ann Zollmann, BVM (MUND 64) CHAIRMAN EMERITUS Mr. Michael R. Quinlan (PhB 67, MBA 70) Robert L. Parkinson Jr. (BBA 73, MBA 75) CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Ruthellyn Musil (BA 75) VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Jo Ann Rooney, JD, LLM, EdD Margaret F. Callahan, CRNA, PhD, FNAP, FAAN (BSN 74) PROVOST, HEALTH SCIENCES DIVISION John P. Pelissero, PhD PROVOST Pamela G. Costas VICE AND GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY Philip D. Hale VICE FOR GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Eric C. Jones TREASURER Thomas M. Kelly SENIOR VICE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Wayne F. Magdziarz (BA 82, MBA 87) SENIOR VICE FOR CAPITAL PLANNING AND CAMPUS MANAGEMENT Susan M. Malisch VICE AND CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER Robert A. Munson SENIOR VICE FOR FINANCE AND CFO Jane F. Neufeld (MEd 90) VICE FOR STUDENT DEVELOPMENT James S. Prehn, S.J. VICE AND SPECIAL ADVISOR TO THE FOR MISSION AND IDENTITY John M. Schietinger ASSISTANT SECRETARY Kelly L. Shannon VICE FOR MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION Winifred L. Williams, PhD VICE FOR HUMAN RESOURCES AND CHIEF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION OFFICER ACADEMIC LEADERS Linda T. Brubaker, MD, MS DEAN AND CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER, STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Susan F. Grossman, PhD INTERIM DEAN, SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Donald B. Heider, PhD DEAN, SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION Stephen Katsouros, S.J. (MA 91) DEAN AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ARRUPE COLLEGE Michael J. Kaufman, JD INTERIM DEAN, SCHOOL OF LAW Vicki A. Keough, APRN-BC, ACNP, FAAN (MSN 91, PhD 98) DEAN, MARCELLA NIEHOFF SCHOOL OF NURSING Patricia Mooney- Melvin, PhD INTERIM DEAN, THE GRADUATE SCHOOL Walter S. Pearson, PhD DEAN, SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Terri D. Pigott, PhD DEAN, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Thomas J. Regan, S.J. DEAN, COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Marianne P. Ryan, PhD DEAN, LIBRARIES Brian Schmisek, PhD DIRECTOR, INSTITUTE OF PASTORAL STUDIES Peter Snieg, S.J. RECTOR-, ST. JOSEPH COLLEGE SEMINARY Kevin T. Stevens, DBA (BA 79, JFRC 74 75) DEAN, MICHAEL R. QUINLAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Nancy C. Tuchman, PhD DIRECTOR, INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 18 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

11 LOYOLA STUDENT PARTICIPANTS THE S MEDALLION The President s Medallion is one of the most prestigious awards conferred by Loyola University Chicago. A medallion is presented to a single student in each college, school, or institute of the University each year. President s Medallion recipients must meet the following qualifications: Currently enrolled student expected to graduate in the academic year Rank academically in the upper 25 percent of his/her class Person of integrity and good reputation 2016 S MEDALLION WINNERS Exemplify a combination of outstanding scholarship, leadership, and service Manifest leadership in serving others through involvement in student organizations or volunteering in community settings RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (ROTC) MEMBERS COLOR GUARD Jordan Carbol Andrew Kallgren Molly Mensah Sam Obermeyer Sarah Semple CHAMBER CHOIR SOPRANO Ingrid Burton Chrissy Callahan Claire Chaikin Alexia Chibucos Sarah Gokelman Maggie Hinton Sarah Storto MAROON & GOLD SOCIETY MEMBERS Ashley Bovee MaryKate Brueck Kelsey Cheng Kajal Chokshi Victoria Dobies Hannah Goheen Emma Hall David Hanley IGNATIAN BRASS ALTO Kelly Janokowicz Carlos Luna ARRUPE COLLEGE Cristina Rodriguez COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Austin V. Gana Tolentino MICHAEL R. QUINLAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Grace Anna Runkel SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION Nicolette R. Prpa SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Katina Maria Tole SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Megan Rigsby Klein THE GRADUATE SCHOOL Heather Jean Nelson SCHOOL OF LAW Sarah Elizabeth Hale STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Lauren Holly Kunzer MARCELLA NIEHOFF SCHOOL OF NURSING Cory D. Mitchell INSTITUTE OF PASTORAL STUDIES Michael Joseph Malucha SAINT JOSEPH COLLEGE SEMINARY TRUMPETS Karen Perez Lizzie Williams HORN Jessica Weise TROMBONE Gus Greenwood TUBA Jared Jurss Natasja Cabrera Daria Derda Dana Lingel Clare McCullough Regina Merrill Riley Vance TENOR Matthew Iway Steve Madete Michael Sayers Joey Tomaska BASS John De Leon Donald Hagen Alejandro Herrle Cal Kennedy Claire Knaus Kathleen Lantto Lisa Lieu Margaret Marx Kelsey McClear Emily Nordquist Sara Quinlan Alejandro Rios Cristina Rodriguez Thea Rossmiller Rebecca Sawatzki Maria Solis Alice Thompson Kyle Wagner Christie Lynn Kochis INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Benjamin S. Marton SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Roger Kaufman Kyler Kotsakis Samuel Mason 20 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION INSTALLATION CEREMONY NOVEMBER 4,

12 PLEASE JOIN US CLOSING PRAYER COMMUNITY RECEPTION Immediately following this ceremony, please join us next door in the Arnold J. Damen, S.J., Student Center for light refreshments. SERVICE DAY AND CANNED FOOD DRIVE As part of Ignatian Heritage Month and Dr. Rooney s Inauguration, members of the Loyola community have been invited to participate in a canned food drive and day of service. Volunteers are gathering on Saturday, November 5, to package meals for Stop Hunger Now, an international hunger relief organization. PERSONAL PRAYER OF PEDRO ARRUPE, S.J. Grant me, O Lord, to see everything now with new eyes, to discern and test the spirits that help me read the signs of the times, to relish the things that are yours, and to communicate them to others. Give me the clarity of understanding that you gave Ignatius. 22 LOYOLA CHICAGO IAL INAUGURATION

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