Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability

Faculty

Principal

JAMES GRANT, PhD University of Guelph; Professor, Biology

Distinguished Professor Emeritus

JAMES MOORE, MA University of Toronto; Political Science

Fellows

ADEELA ARSHAD-AYAZ, PhD McGill University; Associate Professor, Education
MATTHEW BARKER, PhD University of Wisconsin‑Madison; Associate Professor, Philosophy
WILLIAM BUKOWSKI, PhD Michigan State University; Professor, Psychology
AMÉLIE DAOUST-BOISVERT, MA Université Laval; Assistant Professor, Journalism
EMMA DESPLAND, PhD University of Oxford; Professor, Biology
SATOSHI IKEDA; PhD Michigan State University; PhD State University of New York at Binghamton; Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology
JOCHEN A. G. JAEGER, Dr.Sc.Nat ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology); Associate Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment
PK LANGSHAW, MFA Université du Québec à Montréal; Professor, Design and Computation Arts
SHANNON LLOYD, PhD Carnegie Mellon University; Assistant Professor, Management
KIMBERLEY MANNING, PhD University of Washington; Associate Professor, Political Science
ELIZABETH MILLER, PhD University of Washington; Professor, Communication Studies
ALAN E. NASH, PhD University of Cambridge; Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment
KATJA NEVES, PhD York University; Professor, Sociology and Anthropology
RAYMOND PAQUIN, DBA Boston University School of Management; Professor, Management
DANIEL SALÉE, PhD Université de Montréal; Professor, Political Science/School of Community and Public Affairs
ROSEMARIE SCHADE, DPhil University of York (U.K.)
JANIS TIMM‑BOTTOS, PhD University of New Mexico; Associate Professor, Creative Arts Therapies

Note

For the complete list of faculty members, please consult the Department website.

Objectives

Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability is designed as a secular college that addresses the academic needs of selected undergraduate students who seek to balance discipline-based instruction with interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary communication in the arts and sciences. The educational philosophy of the College incorporates several objectives: to integrate international and global perspectives into higher education; to foster understanding of how the individual and society can operate more effectively in a global context of increased intercultural interaction; to develop a literacy of sustainability; to provide the practical tools needed to tackle the major issues facing humanity; to balance discipline-based instruction with interdisciplinary inquiry and cross-disciplinary communication; and to promote responsible citizenship and leadership in the 21st century.

Admission Requirements for Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability

Students may apply simultaneously to Concordia University and Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability by selecting “Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability” from the drop-down menu on the Program(s) tab of the Online Application. Further information about the College can be obtained by telephone, email, or by visiting the College’s offices.

All students registered in the Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World and the Minor in Sustainability Studies are welcome to become members of the College if they successfully complete three LOYC courses. All other undergraduate students may also join the College if they successfully complete three LOYC courses.

Performance Requirement

Specific performance requirements are outlined for the Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World and the Minor in Sustainability Studies.

Facilities

Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability is located on Concordia University’s Loyola Campus. The College has student study and lounge areas, a small library, and a conference room, to which all College members have access. The facilities are intended to complement Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability’s role as a community where students have the opportunity to pursue both their academic and extracurricular interests in a supportive and stimulating environment.

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