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Drs. Frailing and Harper's new book, Toward a Criminology of Disaster: What We Know and What We Need to Find Out, has been nominated for the 2018 Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Outstanding Book Award. 

For more information click the link below.

http://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9781137469137

 

Philosophy major Tara Malay ('16) will be teaching middle school in Finland this fall. Tara will be helping to instruct children in home economics, English, history, social studies, Swedish, and biology at the Viitaniemen koulu (Viitaniemi school). Tara is also continuing to work on her master's degree in applied linguistics at University of Jyväskylä. Congratulations, Tara!

In 2016, a bilingual edition of 3 of Spanish dramatist José Moreno Arenas' plays was published by Editorial Gestos. Dr. Eileen Doll translated the plays into English, and wrote the introductions (in English and in Spanish):  A Rude Trilogy (Begging Your Pardon). Trilogía grosera (con perdón).

Philosophy major Raechel Stewart (class of 2017) begins law school at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey this fall. Raechel, a valued Ethics Bowl alumna, plans to focus on environmental law.

The Times-Picayune published an article on the S&WB's crumbling water system is part of a national problem: Opinion by Dr. Eric Hardy

Eric M. Hardy teaches in both the History Department and the Environment Program at Loyola University. His current book project is "Atlanta's Water Wars: Technocracy, Racial Politics, and Environmental Activism, 1945-2005."

"UV Screening in Native and Non-native Plant Species in the Tropical Alpine: Implications for Climate Change-Driven Migration of Species to Higher Elevations."

"UV Screening in Native and Non-native Plant Species in the Tropical Alpine: Implications for Climate Change-Driven Migration of Species to Higher Elevations."

Iris Lopez and Brianna Jancuska accompanied Dr. Evan Zucker to Ranchería Josefa Ortiz de Dominquez located near the town of Balancán, Tabasco, in southeastern México, on the banks of the Usumacinta River, for a 3-week study of black howling monkeys during July 2017. There, one group of monkeys, containing one adult male, three adult females, one juvenile female, and one infant male, was observed. This group inhabited a forest fragment about 1.5 miles from the field station where the researchers lived, so walking at least 6 miles per day was typical.

Brittney Esie (class of 2016), an Ethics Bowl alumna and a Loyola graduate with a minor in philosophy, will begin working on her Juris Doctorate degree at Louisiana State University's Paul L. Herbert Law Center this fall. Brittney received a scholarship paying for 90% of her costs. Congratulations, Brittney! 

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