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Wolf Pack at workLoyola graduates leave prepared for anything—the careers they’ve always dreamed about and the lives they’ve never imagined.
George Bevan Jr.
MBA Student, 2017
George is currently volunteering as an EMT and has been in contact with recruiters in his desired career path while still at Loyola working to obtain his MBA He credits Loyola with teaching him “that marketing is not just numbers and statistics but how people feel, why they feel that way, and how to change the way people feel.” In short, he says, “Business classes at Loyola have changed the way I view the world.”
Since 2015, Kate has conducted neuroscience research on peripheral nerve injuries at the Ochsner Institute of Traditional Research. She also was extremely involved in extracurricular activities during her time as an undergraduate. Her work as a teaching assistant, Habitat for Humanity project leader, and Ignacio Volunteer team leader aided her in achieving the highest honor bestowed upon graduating students: the Ignatian Award for Outstanding Senior.
Social Activist, Research Coordinator, 2018
Is slavery still present in today’s society? The answer may surprise you: Yes. Marley has worked alongside Loyola professor Dr. Laura Murphy on the Modern Slavery Research Project, which conducts research on human trafficking and creates initiatives to prevent it. In her work for the project, Marley has been involved with the day-to-day tasks, such as transcribing and coding interviews, managing the
operations of the office, and overseeing social media. She has made significant contributions serving as an intellectual collaborator for Dr. Murphy throughout her time with the project.