Check out the latest headlines from Saint Louis University — Madrid, from faculty honors to student achievements to major campus events.
08/10- Dr. Carolina Aznar (Humanities) is co-directing the Southern Plain of Akko Project (SPAP), a joint project between SLU-Madrid and the University of Haifa (Israel).
08/02- A generous benefactor helps SLU-Madrid maximize the study abroad experience for SLU students by making additional travel more accessible for those who want to explore Europe and beyond during their studies.
07/14- The Madrid Campus has acquired 1,000-square-meters (10,760-square-feet) of future classroom, work and student lounge space, slated to open for Fall 2024.
06/28- SLU-Madrid's newest major allows students to develop scientific understanding of the earth's natural systems and their interconnections with human society.
06/09- The two-day event explored literature's representation of and response to environmental issues, featuring keynote speaker Paola Loreto, Ph.D. from the Università di Milano.
06/02- SLU's Department of Sciences and Engineering awarded the 2022 Science and Technology Prizes to Carme Pifarré Esquerda from Colegio Claver Raimat (Lleida) and Sofía Fraile Turrión from IES El Burgo - Ignacio Echeverría (Las Rozas, Madrid).
05/20- The spring commencement ceremony returned to the Reina Sofía Museum Auditorium on Friday, May 13, for the first time since 2019.
05/11- An honorary degree is the University's most prestigious recognition. Nominees merit special recognition for genuine achievement and distinction in a field or activity consonant with Jesuit values and the mission of the University.
05/04- These essay collections, monographs, articles and book chapters have been published in Catalan, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Topics include the atmospheric conditions on Mars, consumer trust in e-commerce, visual political activism in Mexico, military presence in Cuba amid COVID-19, and religious affairs in late medieval Spain.
05/04- The goal of this new Core is to prepare all students to be intellectually flexible, creative, and reflective critical thinkers in the spirit of the Catholic, Jesuit tradition. It is designed to nourish students' minds, hearts, souls, and well-being, and to guide them in discerning how to use their talents for the good of others.
04/27- This spring's theatre workshop featured Carlo Goldoni's classic, "The Servant of Two Masters," directed by Professor Cary Barney (Fine and Performing Arts Department).
04/13- SLU-Madrid offers clinical experiences to satisfy requirements for the University's nursing degree.
04/05- For over a decade, SLU-Madrid joins the University to celebrate the Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas program, "Atlas Week," that takes place at the St. Louis campus.
03/29- Paula San José Menéndez’s outstanding accomplishments on the tennis court garnered her SLU-Madrid’s Athlete of the Month award.
03/22- Ángeles Encinar, Ph.D. (Spanish) hosted her most recent book launch at the Spanish Royal Academy (RAE), the country's official institution whose mission is to ensure the stability of the Spanish language.
03/15- SLU-Madrid accounting and finance professor, Laura Muro, has been granted a sabbatical leave for the Fall 2022 semester to be an honorary fellow at the Hanken Centre for Accounting, Finance, and Governance in Finland (Hanken Centre).
03/10- Journalist and political thriller author, Elcin Poyrazlar, was invited to speak in a SLU-Madrid political science class to discuss the geopolitical significance that Turkey plays in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.
03/07- Career Services coordinator, Patrice Burns, organized the Alumni Employment Forum which was held on March 2. During the discussion, three recent graduates gave insight to current SLU-Madrid students when seeking jobs upon graduation.
03/02- Over 95% of the Class of 2021* have either started their professional careers or have continued their education in eight countries. These SLU-Madrid alumni can be found in China, France, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Scotland, Spain, and the United States.
02/18- SLU-Madrid plans for an exciting summer ahead.
02/09- Thirty-five SLU-Madrid students embarked on a pilgrimage to Spain's beautiful Basque Country for the Loyola Ignatian Pilgrimage Retreat.
01/26- Iulian Gramatki '13 currently works as an economist for State of Life, a startup that performs social impact analyses and program evaluations for charities, local government initiatives, and multinational companies in the United Kingdom.
01/19- Scholars and researchers join SLU-Madrid's international faculty.
01/10- M.A. in Spanish student Adria Concannon pursues her dream to become a published author with the launch of her first book, "An Aztec Story of Friendship: The Road to Liberation and Empowerment."
12/29- SLU-Madrid offers important reminders to students as they prepare for a transformative, in-person experience in Spring 2022.
12/21- SLU-Madrid conferred degrees to 16 students from five countries and five U.S. states at this year's Midyear Commencement.
12/16- SLU-Madrid donated 264 kilograms of food to a local soup kitchen as part of the Thanksgiving Food Drive and Solidarity Step campaign. Faculty and staff also donated Christmas gifts for at-risk children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
12/14- Scholars from across Europe, Latin America and the United States convened at SLU-Madrid for an international history conference on Iberian history.
12/07- The Class of 2024 nursing students celebrated their transition from the classroom to clinical practice at the seventh annual White Coat Ceremony.
12/01- The SLU-Madrid Alumni Association recognized distinguished graduates at the 7th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards ceremony.
11/24- SLU-Madrid celebrated its Jesuit identity last week with the first-ever Arrupe Novemberfest.
11/16- SLU-Madrid honors Elías Lombardi-Moreno for his accomplishments as a semi-professional basketball player as well as his exemplary dedication to serving those in need.
11/10- SLU-Madrid Professor Ángeles Encinar, Ph.D. (Spanish), was recently inducted into the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) as an academic correspondent for the Madrid Province.
11/05- Introduction to Oceanography students travelled to the Mediterranean Sea to study coastal ecosystems and observe first-hand anthropological impacts on marine areas.
10/28- SLU-Madrid students, faculty and staff embarked on this semester's Loyola Ignatian Pilgrimage Retreat which traces the life of St. Ignatius across northern Spain.
10/22- The Saint Louis University Athletic Training program was recently named the recipient of the International Tutor Award from the Universidad Camilo José Cela in Madrid, Spain.
10/14- Recent graduates connected virtually with current students to offer tips on how to launch their professional careers at the 12th annual SLU-Madrid Alumni Forum.
10/04- M.A. in Spanish student Kristen Rader recently debuted as a screenwriter with the short film in Spanish called "Pan de cada día" (Daily Bread).
09/27- This semester, SLU-Madrid is offering a transformative educational experience to a multicultural community of nearly 800 students from 52 different countries.
09/20- Scholars and researchers join SLU-Madrid's international faculty.