- Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., president and CEO of Loyola, made the announcement at the University's annual Founders' Dinner, where donors, faculty, staff, students, and alumni celebrate those who work to build our community. It's safe to say that the Quinlan announcement stole the show.
- Shortly after the event, the Chicago Tribune broke the story, and Twitter was all aflutter with #Q ...
- ... which excited many:
- — Lori A. Greene (@LoyolaAdmission)Sun, Jun 03 2012 13:48:26
- — Andrew Samaniego (@andrews36)Wed, Jun 06 2012 00:41:11
- — sneier (@sneier)Sun, Jun 03 2012 13:22:39bravo/wow. “@chicagotribune Former McDonald's CEO gives $40 million to Loyola's business school http://trib.in/LbCHYL L" + http://blogs.luc.edu/ilweekly/2012/06/03/introducing-the-quinlan-school-3/?date= …u/ilweekly/2012/06/03/introducing-the-quinlan-school-3/?date=
- — LoyolaChicago Alumni (@Loyola_Alumni)Sun, Jun 03 2012 13:33:56
- — Sara Thomas (@saranoh021)Sun, Jun 03 2012 14:49:24
- The school wasted no time in getting new signage up around Maguire Hall.
- So who is Mike Quinlan?
- His life exemplifies the hardworking Jesuit ideal.
Thanks a $40 million
After a $40 million donation from Michael R. Quinlan, double alumnus of Loyola University Chicago and former chairman and CEO of McDonald's, Loyola's School of Business Administration and its affiliated Graduate School of Business were renamed the Michael R. Quinlan School of Business.
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