Mary Kate Delaney, a senior in History, will be heading off next month to the Phi Alpha Theta conference at Northwestern State University to present a paper entitled “A Pope of Great Words: Innocent III and His Writings.”
Darryl J. Mayeaux, Ph.D., received his B.A. from Loyola in 1988 and his PhD from the University of California, Davis in 1996. He is currently an associate professor at St. Bonaventure University.
Behrooz Moazami arrived at Loyola in 2007, bringing with him his passion for peace!
Jessica Cosgrove is a Pre-Med major in the Psychology Department. She is President of Loyola’s Chapter of Psi Chi (psychology’s national honor society) and a member of Alpha Sigma Nu (the Jesuit national honor society).
Harold M. “Max” Messmer, Jr. is chairman and chief executive officer of Robert Half International (NYSE: RHI), the world’s largest specialized staffing firm. RHI also is the parent company of Protiviti, a global consulting and internal audit firm.
Taylor Murrow graduated in May as an English Writing major, Communications minor from Metairie, LA. She was on the staff of ReVisions since her freshman year, and was an Editor-in-chief for two years.
Bernard A. Cook is Provost Distinguished Professor of History at Loyola University New Orleans. He is a prolific writer, having authored two books in the last seven years.
Tori Buckley, President of the Psychology Club, worked with members to organize a community service project called “Dr. Love,” where the Psychology Club sold baked goods and personality quizzes in return for donations to the Association of Retarded Citizens.
Candace Gregory-Abbott graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University in 1991 with a double major in English and History. She went on to complete a Ph.D. in Medieval Studies at Yale University.
The Rev. Peter Bernardi, S.J., associate professor of religious studies in the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences, recently published his book, “Maurice Blondel, Social Catholicism, & Action Française: The clash over the Church’s role in society during the Modernist Era.”