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Achievements

The prestigious Davies-Jackson Scholarship was awared to Loyola's own Gordon Nicholas Courtney.  Courtney is a graduating senior in the University Honors Program, majoring in Philosophy and Medieval Studies.  The award itself entails a full scholarship that will cover all tuition, room, and board for two years of study at St. John's College at the University of Cambridge.  Travel to and from England and living expenses during summer vacation are also covered.

Courtney will be working toward a Cambridge Honours BA, or Cantab degree in Philosophy; according to the scholarship program, this is often viewed as the equivalent of an MA in the U.S.

Dr. S. L. Alexander's photo, Habana Viejo, was exhibited in the Fourth Juried Loyola International Photo Contest.

Spanish major, Matt McCabe, has been named to the NAIA Men’s Basketball Daktronics Scholar-Athlete list.

History alumna, Eileen Guillory, a Social Studies teacher at the private girls' school--McGehee's, was awarded the McGehee's Jane Pharr Community Service Award.

Dr. Josefa Salmón, professor of Languages and Cultures, recently received a Fulbright grant to conduct research in Bolivia for the 2010-2011 academic year.

Loyola School of Mass Communication alumnus and Deveney Communication Vice President of Communication, Jeffrey Ory, ABC, APR, was named to the International Association of Business Communicators 2009-2010 executive board. The executive board is the governing body of IABC, and develops the strategic plan and direction for the association under the guidance of bylaws approved by the IABC membership.

Legendary Professor Emeritus of Political Science and founder and former Director of the Institute of Politics, Ed Renwick, honored with annual lecture series.

George Bishop's stories and essays have appeared in publications such as The Oxford American, The Third Coast, Press, American Writing, The Turkish Daily News, The Caspian Business News and Vorm (in Dutch). Letter to My Daughter (Ballantine Books, Spring 2010) is his first published novel.

Denis Janz, Provost Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies, has been appointed "Consulting Editor" by Fortress Press. His responsibilities include acquisitions about European Christianity and evaluating new European books for possible publication in North America.

Fr. Peter Rogers, SJ, PhD published his new book in 2009: The Mystery Play in Madame Bovary: Moeurs de Province

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