Hiram Mechling (Pre-Engineering '04) was nominated to attend the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen in December 2009.
Jackson Stephens '03 is a base prosecutor for Naval Station Great Lakes, where 50,000 sailors attend boot camp every year.
Thomas Reding, '04 alumnus of the Pre-Engineering program, got a M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Manhattan College.
Melissa Smith, a New Orleans-based archivist, historian, and sportswriter, runs a blog www.chicksinthehuddle.com that was recently picked up as a regular feature for the Huffington Post.
Justin Nystrom, visiting assistant professor of history, produced documentaries with his first year students.
Loyola’s library staff is launching a project to digitize nearly 85 years of Loyola’s student newspaper, The Maroon, online.
Mathematics graduate awarded teaching assistantship.
Anthony Ladd, Professor of Sociology and Kathleen Fitzgerald, Visiting Associate Professor of Sociology, organized and co-moderated a series of films on New Orleans entitled: "Deconstructing New Orleans Through Film: Race, Class, and Culture in the Cresent City" at the annual meetings of the Association for Humanist Sociology, New Orleans, LA, November 12th - 15th.
Anthony Ladd, Professor of Sociology, was a presenter and panelist on a session entitled: "New and Emerging Trends in Environmental Sociology" at the annual meetings of the Mid-South Sociological Association in Lafayette, LA, November 4th - 7th.
Professor Michael Kelly was invited to speak at an international research conference held in Maresias, Brasil, October 19-22, 2009.