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"Walking It Off"

Post-election reflections from the Sleeping Bear Dunes
By Christopher Schaberg | Dec 1 2016

 

Loyola's Ethics Bowl team competed in the 2016 Texas Regional Championship and won all three of its matches. Overall, Loyola placed 6th among 24 college teams from Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas - narrowly missing a berth at the National Championship early next year. This fall's team was composed of students Thanh Mai, Oanh Nguyen, Emily Ortiz, Emily Polvado, Liam Sheridan, Rula Thabata and coaches Brittney Esie (a recent Loyola alumna), Joel MacClellan (philosophy), and Leonard Kahn (philosophy). Learn more about the team here

Alumna Taylor Burns (BS '15)

Environmental Science graduate Taylor Burns co-authored an article called “Threshold effects of habitat fragmentation on fish diversity at landscapes scales” which was published in Ecology, 97(8), 2016, pp. 2157-2166. Click on the link to see the whole article

REGULATIONS
Jury out on Trump plan — 'politically naive' or 'creative'? 

Arianna Skibell, E&E News reporter
Published: Friday, November 11, 2016

A top priority for President-elect Donald Trump is a highly contentious regulatory reform plan that is receiving mixed support from veteran regulators.

Michael Pashkevich (Biology ’17) and Melanie Sferrazza (Environmental Science ’17) presented their research last weekend in the Mentored Undergraduate Research Poster Competition at the Annual Professional Development Conference of the National Association of Biology Teachers in Denver, CO.  They competed against other college students who have done research in their discipline and were judged by scientists and science educators in their respective fields.  In the competition, Pashkevich placed first for his work entitled, “Indirect effects of white-tailed deer on southeast Louisiana spider

Melanie Sferrazza (Environmental Science ’17) and Michael Pashkevich (Biology ’17) presented their research last weekend in the Mentored Undergraduate Research Poster Competition at the Annual Professional Development Conference of the National Association of Biology Teachers in Denver, CO.  They competed against other college students who have done research in their discipline and were judged by scientists and science educators in their respective fields.  In the competition, Pashkevich placed first for his work entitled, “Indirect effects of white-tailed deer on southeast Louisiana spider

Chris Backes, a recent Loyola graduate and philosophy major, has published a review in the journal Review of Metaphysics. Chris is currently a graduate student in the School of Philosophy at Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.

Anthony Rizzi ’19, a student in the Environment Program, attended the 2016 annual American Public Health Association (APHA) conference in Denver, CO.

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