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Loyola faculty member named finalist in PRNews’ Corporate Social Responsibility & Diversity Awards

Loyola University Maryland

March 22, 2021


Tania Rosas-Moreno, Ph.D., professor of communication at Loyola University Maryland, was named a finalist in PRNews’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & Diversity Awards for the Outstanding Educator of the Year category.

“Finalists for the PRNews CSR and Diversity Awards represent communicators who work to better their communities, to amplify voices of marginalized groups, and dedicate themselves to social causes. This is a process, not a destination,” Rosas-Moreno said. “I feel I work in harmony with my departmental colleagues to challenge my own personal assumptions, to make myself uncomfortable and vulnerable, to question how I can do more to be more inclusive, just, and equitable.”

The award has a thorough application process, and each entry must include a case study and supplemental materials, which include scholarly, course-related materials, and three recommendation letters.

“It is no surprise that Dr. Rosas-Moreno is a finalist for this award as her work with diversity, equity, and inclusion in her Public Relations Capstone, International Communication, and general Public Relations courses is well-documented by her students, community, and fellow faculty,” said Sara Magee, Ph.D., chair and associate professor of communication.