Dr. Kim Mix has been awarded an "Orthopedics in Action" grant from the Perry Initiative, a non-profit organization committed to building the pipeline for women in engineering and medicine. The grant will provide innovative orthopedics teaching materials for Dr. Mix to incorporate into her teaching and outreach activities. The "Orthopedics in Action" program is sponsored by Zimmer Biomet, a leading producer of prosthetic joints and orthopedic devices.
Vacationers heading to the Florida beaches will want to view WVUE Fox 8 News for a word of caution from Dr. Aimée Thomas. Thomas spoke to the public about so-called “sea lice,” jellyfish larvae that can cause a sting when trapped beneath your bathing suit.
Gabriella Pucci ('19), a Psychology Pre-Med major, was awarded a $1500 summer research grant by Psi Chi, the International Honors Society in Psychology. Gabby received the award for the proposal, “The Effect of Punishment Sensitivity and Anxiety on the Development of Eating Disorder Behaviors in College Students."
Loyola Assistant Professor and Director of Asian Studies, Young Soo Kim, joins Eric Paulsen to discuss North Korean summit deal.
In May 2018, certificates were awarded to 28 students from the greater New Orleans community who completed their program in Translation and Interpreting (Spanish/English). The celebration was lively, with family and friends in attendance. Dr. Lisbeth Philip presided, and she was aided by Dr. Uriel Quesada, acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Former undergraduate students from our department also received this award, including Martin Better (Latin American Studies/Classical Studies 2016, and Stephanie MacClellan (Spanish 2016).
Recent noteworthy distribution records for Deinopis spinosa (Marx, 1889) (Araneae: Deinopidae) in the Southeastern United States.
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Notes of the Southeastern Naturalist, Issue 17/2, 2018
The Philosophy Department would like to congratulate our 2018 Philosophy and Philosophy Pre-Law Majors on the awards they received at the Honors Convocation:
The History Department would like to congratulate our 2018 awards winners:
- Thanh T. Mai (pictured above) won Outstanding History Graduate
- Claire A. McKenna won Outstanding Semester Research Paper
The 2018 Thesis Dinner Presentations was held Friday, April 20th in the Monroe Library, Multimedia Room 1. Below, in order of appearance in the photo above, is the list of this year's presenters, their thesis title and their advisor.
Corina Lopez, "Disability Justice" (Advisor, Dr. Peterson)
Payten Parfait, "Legal Interpretation and Bias" ( Advisor, Dr. Peterson)