Dr. Phil Bucolo is an aquatic biologist and a visiting assistant professor at Loyola University. He appeared in an article in The New Orleans Advocate about an acidic lake atop a gypsum pile in Convent, LA. The article is titled "Risk falling for potential environmental disaster from slipping waste pile, Mosaic officials say" by David Mitchell. In the article, Dr. Bucolo gave insight into how high acidity levels would impact freshwater plants.
Cullen Lilly (Biology/Music '17) will attend Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. In the meantime, he continues to work at the CDC in Atlanta and shared this comment, "I've had the opportunity to learn some amazing techniques in molecular biology, microbiology, and bioinformatics which I can't wait to use during my future career when I get a chance to do some research." Congratulations to Cullen!
Loyola's Ethics Bowl team competed in the spring of 2019 in the National Bioethics Bowl Championship at the University of South Alabama. The team consisted of Emmaline Bouchillon, Maggie Feldman, Regina Nicosia, and Grace Riddick as well as coaches Dr. Joel MacClellan and Dr. Leonard Kahn.
Oanh Nguyen ('18) won the "Best Undergraduate Poster Presentation" award for her presentation at the Louisiana Academy of Sciences conference in Baton Rouge on March 16, 2019. Her poster, with faculty mentor Erin Dupuis, Ph.D., was on the topic of attitudes toward sexual street harassment and ambivalent sexism. Congratulations, Oanh!
Dr. Armin Kargol has published a book titled "Introduction to Cellular Biophysics. Part I: Membrane Transport Mechanisms". It is intended as a textbook for an undergraduate course in Cellular Biophysics and is based on a course Dr. Kargol developed for the Biophysics major at Loyola. The book, which is the first part of a two-volume series, has been published by Morgan and Claypool in ebook and print formats: click here. Part I is an inventory of physical transport processes occurring in cells while the second volume, titled "From membrane transport to neural signaling" and to be published later this year, will be a closer look at how complex biological and physiological cell phenomena result from these very basic physical processes
Cody has been employed as a research physicist at the Naval Research Laboratory's branch at the John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. As a part of the Acoustic Simulation, Measurement, and Tactics branch, she helps develop computational models and databases to study the propagation and scatter of acoustic signals in the ocean and atmospheric environments.
Congratulations, Shannon! The committee for the Monroe Library Student Research Contest has selected Shannon's research project, "Impact of Urban Park Management on Ground Dwelling Spider Communities" as the winner in the senior thesis category for this year's contest. This award comes with a $200 prize. The committee enjoyed reading both her research process and her finished paper -- fantastic work!
Department of English alumna Rosalind “Rosie” Seidel credits many of her career achievements to the importance of networking and working internships. She also encourages students to go off-campus and explore New Orleans whenever possible.
Students Tamera and Tia Blackstone of New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School partnered with Dr.
ENVA Professor Dr. Philip Bucolo is an aquatic biologist and a visiting assistant professor at Loyola University. He appeared in an article in The New Orleans Advocate about an acidic lake atop a gypsum pile in Convent, LA. The article is titled "Risk falling for potential environmental disaster from slipping waste pile, Mosaic officials say" by David Mitchell. In the article, Dr. Bucolo gave insight into how high acidity levels would impact freshwater plants.