Les East, journalism instructor in Loyola's School of Mass Communication was elected to the 2008-09 Press Club of New Orleans board.
Dr. Janet R. Matthews, professor of psychology in the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences, was recently elected as president-elect of Division 31 of the American Psychological Association.
Five Loyola University New Orleans public relations students were awarded first-place honors Friday, May 15, in the 2009 Bateman Case Study Competition.
Sociology faculty member Angel Parham presented her research entitled, "Race, Memory, and Family History" at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association.
Daniel J. Kimball, LCSW, '92, presently lives in Lafayette, LA where he conducts his private practice in Clinical Social Work at the Lafayette Psychology Center.
Julie Hayden Maloney '86, chief executive officer of a national consulting company, recently published her second book, Blueprint to Success, a book to help guide women in the workforce in improving their careers.
Professor Kondkar was awarded a Marquette Faculty Fellowship for the Summer of 2009 for his research, “Intimate Partner Homicide: Exploring the Relationship between Race, Gender, Law and Violence."
Listed are few of our Sociology Alumni who are studying for advanced degrees.
Dr. Philip Dynia recently published encyclopedia articles on a variety of areas of constitutional law and judicial politics. He also recently contributed a chapter on the study of political science to a book introducing students to the liberal arts.
Political science students from Loyola University New Orleans' College of Social Sciences presented research findings on ad valorem tax and taxicab policies to the city's Governmental Affairs Committee.