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Achievements

Physics junior Holly Gardner spent her summer as an undergraduate research assistant.

Taniecea Arceneaux, '05, is pursuing graduate studies at the Princeton University Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics.

Six years after his graduation from Loyola University New Orleans, Chemist Gregory R. Choppin '49 and three other chemists discovered chemical element 101, which they named Mendelevium.

Emily Drabek, a May'09 physics graduate, started working as a research assistant at Fermilab.

Michael Juge graduated with a specialization in World Religions. He has completed his M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Texas.

Through the summer and the fall Dr. Gnuse's primary energy was spent on generating a book manuscript entitled, No Tolerance for Tyrants: The Biblical Assault on Kings and Kingship.

Dr. Robbie Castleman is an Associate Professor at John Brown University. She earned her Bachelor’s degrees in Religious Studies from Loyola University, where she graduated summa cum laude.

In June, English alumna Claire Keegan was awarded the 2009 Davy Byrnes Irish Writing Award.

In 2001, Skelly McCay, double major in Philosophy and English, was awarded a British Marshall Scholarship. In Fall 2001 Mr. McCay entered the graduate program in philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.  Currently, Skelly is entering his third year at Tulane Law School.

Physics faculty Armin Kargol published a paper "Test of nonequilibrium kinetic focusing of ion channels" (with K. Kabza) in journal "Physical Biology".

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