Loyola/Notre Dame Library
A Litany of
Because we believe knowledge should be shared, we share our library resources with the community. At the Loyola/Notre Dame Library you have access to thousands of volumes, as well as online databases and journals, digital labs, and an expert staff that is dedicated to helping you navigate your way through all of the information we have to offer. It’s your library too. Come check it out.
Loyola University Bookstore
and So Much More.
From Greyhound gear to snacks to computers, books, and supplies, the Loyola University Maryland bookstore is your source for just about anything a Greyhound—past, present, or future—could want . Because our bookstore is actually a Barnes & Noble, our collection of book titles is one of the most comprehensive in the Baltimore area. We offer frequent sales and promotions, and even buy and sell used textbooks. Stop by anytime, and you’re bound to find something a Hound has just got to have.
Center for Closely Held Firms
The Center for Closely Held Firms helps small and family-owned businesses thrive and prosper. The Center offers members access to an extensive network of business contacts, including experts in finance, law, accounting, marketing, and insurance. As the area’s only university-based center for small business, the Center has gathered together resources from private, professional, and academic areas to assist your company with a wide range of business issues.
For more information on the Center for Closely Held Firms please visit their website or contact Mark Debinski, director, at email@example.com.
York Road Initiative
REVITALIZING THE COMMUNITY
What role should a university play in its surrounding community? At Loyola, we believe it is our responsibility to use the expertise and resources we have at our disposal to partner with our neighbors to enhance and revitalize the community we share. Our York Road Initiative is a University-wide effort to support the York Road communities adjacent to our Evergreen campus by introducing resources, services, and opportunities to strengthen the commercial corridor, enhance education and youth development, and build civic capacity. Aiming to improve the quality of life for all persons living, working, and learning in the York Road corridor, the Initiative is an expression of the University core values of community, diversity, justice, service, and leadership in the broader community.
What I.T. Is.
At the Lattanze Center, scholars and students work with Baltimore business leaders to improve upon the current knowledge in the field of information technology. Through funded research, symposia, and working papers about information systems, the Lattanze Center has become an internationally renowned research center, and an important community resource. It’s also a place for the business community to seek answers to complex technology problems, a conduit for communication between employers and potential employees, and a forum for discussion and discovery. The one thing that never changes about the Lattanze Center is its constant evolution.
Each year, the Lattanze Center and leading local information technology businesses honor the Lattanze CIO of the Year, a national award recognizing leaders advancing the strategic application of information technology to achieve organizational objectives. To learn more about this year's event, visit the Lattanze Center website.
For more information on the Lattanze Center please contact Paul Tallon, associate professor of information systems and operations management, at 410-617-5614 or firstname.lastname@example.org.