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.
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.
Kristen Lee, a political science sophomore, was selected and honored as a 2009 Tavis Smiley Youth Leader of the Decade. The Tavis Smiley Foundation provides leadership training to youth across America, helping to promote a better quality of life for themselves and their communities.
Professor Michael Kelly was invited to speak at an international research conference held in Maresias, Brasil, October 19-22, 2009.
Dr. Cathy Rogers was awarded the Preeminent Plate Spinner Award by the Public Relations Society of America's New Orleans chapter on Tuesday.
Communications senior Lourdes Fulton wins Public Relations Society of America Scholarship.
Gary Segura '85 was appointed professor of political science and chair of Chicano/a Studies in the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity at Stanford University.
Dr. Angel Parham has had an article entitled "Internet, Place, and Public Sphere in Diaspora Communities" published in the journal Diaspora, 14[2/3]: 349-380.
Anne Travis Underhill, A ’80, owns Diversified Advertising Services, which is celebrating its 11th year in business. The company, in Winston Salem, N.C., specializes in creating "quick-turn" presentation materials for corporate clients to use with retail buyers.
Katherine Karcher received the Domengeaux Scholarship from La Foundation Lousiane and CODOFIL.