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Latin American Studies will host the panel discussion, "Latinx Culture, Diplomacy, & Law" on Oct.5 at 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the St. Charles Room in the Danna Center. 

Nola.com's Columnist Bob Marshall writes about Rob Verchick's new book, "The Octopus in the Parking Garage: A call for Climate Resistance"

Rob Verchick is a leading climate law scholar who designed and implemented climate-resilience policies in the Obama administration. He holds the Gauthier-St. Martin Chair in Environmental Law at Loyola University New Orleans, is a senior fellow in Disaster Resilience at Tulane University, and serves as president of the Center for Progressive Reform. Verchick is the author of four books and host of the podcast Connect the Dots.

 

Dacre Stoker, the great grand-nephew of Bram Stoker and the international best-selling co-author of "Dracula the Un-Dead" and "Dracul," will be sharing highlights of his archival research in his quest to better understand the research and the writing of "Dracula" (1897). Dacre Stoker will give a public lecture about his archival research at Loyola University on Nov.9 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Monroe Hall, Room 610.

Zarya Curran recently studied abroad at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador (Quito, Ecuador) in Spring 2022. During their trip, they were also featured in a CIE spotlight video. Spot them at 0:35, 2:08, and 6:17!

Check out the video here!

 

 

ENVA's Hilary Nguyen has recently been accepted into the CRCL (The Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties) Future Coastal Leader Program. This program aims to connect local college students to our coast and the communities fighting to save it, and provide a better understanding of local and state restoration.

Congratulations Hilary!

ENVA's Dr. Frank Jordan, chair of Biological Sciences and director of the Fish Slayer Laboratory at Loyola, provided expert advice to the Times-Picayune on the effect that biocontamination has on catfish in the Mississippi river, and whether they are safe to eat or not. 

Read the full story here. 

 

Michael Kammer graduated from Loyola in 2012 with a BS in Physics. He went on to pursue a PhD at Vanderbilt University in Biomedical Engineering.  He then completed a postdoc in Chemistry at Vanderbilt University and then another in Pulmonary medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.  He is now a Research Assistant Professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where his research focus is on early detection of lung cancer.

Congratulations to our Alumni Bryan Whittington and Destiny Karash-Givens! They have recently been employed at Tulane University as  program managers. They get to do fun things like new student orientation, programs/event management, and helping freshman get acclimated to their new life on campus. But don’t question their loyalty to the wolf pack; LOYNO forever, Tulane for the present! 

Taiyah Murphy ENVH’24 recently completed a Sustainability Leaders Workshop through Bard University.  The C2C Fellows Network, is a program offered through the Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College in New York. It is an international network for undergraduate and graduate students aspiring to leadership work in sustainable politics, NGO’s and business.

C2C stands for Campus to Community, and to Companies, to Congress, to Corporations, to Capitol, or to City Hall. 

M. C. Davis ('20), Loyola University New Orleans MAT candidate and Social Studies teacher at St. George Episcopal, films her class "rebooting" the Persians Wars!

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