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Eric Wilson received a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Philosophy from Loyola and a Ph.D in Philosophy from Emory University.  He received a Deutscher Akademischer Austuschdienst grant, won the Review of Metaphysics' 2007 Dissertation Essay Competition, and has published five articles.  After working as an assistant professor at Loyola University-Maryland, Dr. Wilson has recently joined the faculty at Georgia State University's Philosophy Department.

Dr. Talukdar presents paper at the 73rd annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society April 21-24 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Emmanuel David, '03, recently received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Colorado. and has accepted a teaching position at Villanova University.

Five Loyola University New Orleans public relations students won second-place in the 2010 Bateman Case Study Competition. 

French alum, Katherine Karcher, prestigious grad program in French at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

U.S. Representative Anh “Joseph” Cao, J.D.’00, of Louisiana’s second congressional district, and the Rev. Mark Massa, S.J., Ph.D., the Karl Rahner Professor of Theology and director of the Curran Center for Catholic studies at Fordham University, will be on Loyola University New Orleans’ main campus Monday, April 19, to deliver talks on Ignatian spirituality and Catholicism. Both talks take place in the Danna Student Center St. Charles Room and are free and open to the public.

In April, 2010, political science students presented research findings to the City Council's Criminal Justice Committee at New Orleans City Hall.

Mr. Bobby D. Butler Jr., A'90, is Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer for Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. based in Houston, Texas.  He is responsible for the Company's Global Corporate Compliance, International Audit and Government and Industry Affairs Departments.

Chair of the Department of English, Dr. Katherine H. Adams was elected to the executive committee of the Modern Language Association, representing the Division of Teaching Writing, an honor that stemmed from her impressive scholarship record.

History professor, Dr. Cook, was accepted by the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies (CAHS) of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to participate in a faculty seminar in June for professors, who teach courses and do research on the Holocaust.

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