Recent noteworthy distribution records for Deinopis spinosa (Marx, 1889) (Araneae: Deinopidae) in the Southeastern United States.
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Notes of the Southeastern Naturalist, Issue 17/2, 2018
The History Department would like to congratulate our 2018 awards winners:
- Thanh T. Mai (pictured above) won Outstanding History Graduate
- Claire A. McKenna won Outstanding Semester Research Paper
The Philosophy Department would like to congratulate our 2018 Philosophy and Philosophy Pre-Law Majors on the awards they received at the Honors Convocation:
The 2018 Thesis Dinner Presentations was held Friday, April 20th in the Monroe Library, Multimedia Room 1. Below, in order of appearance in the photo above, is the list of this year's presenters, their thesis title and their advisor.
Corina Lopez, "Disability Justice" (Advisor, Dr. Peterson)
Payten Parfait, "Legal Interpretation and Bias" ( Advisor, Dr. Peterson)
In April 2018, four students were initiated into the Mu Kappa chapter of the national Spanish honor society, Sigma Delta Pi:
Dr. Kate Yurgil, Assistant Professor in Psychological Sciences, was awarded the 2018 College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award. The award was presented at the Honors Convocation ceremony held on May 11, 2018.
At the May 11, 2018 Honors Convocation for the College of Arts & Sciences, three psychology students received department awards.
The Dr. Gerald S. Clack Distinguished Professional Service Award in Psychology was given to Mari Nerbovig (Psychology and Music Therapy double major and Spanish minor).
The Distinguished Student of Psychology Award was given to Rodriana Edwards (Psychology major).
The Dr. Paddy Ann Doll Psychology Senior Academic Achievement Award was given to Todd Loupe (Psychology and Computer Sciences double major).
Three Senior Biology students received prestigious awards during the 2018 Honors Convocation on May 11, 2018.
Leigh Adrienne Ingram, known on campus as Adrienne, graduates cum laude on Saturday with a double major in environmental science and religious studies (Christianity). At Loyola, she has served as a biological research assistant, assisting with research and managing the university's aquatic ecology lab; she has also worked as a special projects assistant for the Loyola Center for Environmental Communication, where she co-authored two professional presentations. Ingram this year received a Magis grant, designed to foster the Jesuit and Catholic mission of Loyola University New Orleans.