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Biology's administrative assistant Mona Wolfe received the Coadjutor Optimus Award for demonstrating service above that required or expected and for representing Loyola's commitment to its Jesuit values.

Dr. Paul Barnes recently published a new article on Desert Decomposition. Click Here to read the article. 

 

Dr. Lydia Voigt, Distinguished University Professor Emeritus, has recently published an article in the Journal of National Collegiate Honors Council (JNCHC) entitled: “Linking Academic Excellence and Social Justice through Community Based Participatory Research” (2018, Vol. 19, No. 1: 68-83).

 

Formal citation:   Voigt, Lydia. 2018. Linking academic excellence and social justice through community based participatory research. Journal of National Collegiate Honors Council  (JNCHC). Vol.19, No.1, Spring/Summer, 68-83

 

 

Professor Patricia Dorn is a contributing author on the description of a new species of kissing bug, with a mouthful of a name, Triatoma huehuetenanguensis

Associate Professor of Philosophy Jonathan Peterson enters his second semester as Chair of the Faculty Senate this January, helping to guide Loyola at any especially important time in its history. 

Danielle Belmont, senior majoring in Spanish and Sociology, and minoring in Latin American Studies, has been selected to work with Teach for America beginning in Fall 2019. She will be teaching elementary special education in the greater New Orleans area. ¡Enhorabuena, Danielle! We are so proud of you!

Visiting Assistant Professor Drew Chastain published his research this January on the relationship been freedom of the will and the meaningfulness of life in the journal Philosophia.

Dr. Barnes has been actively involved in a European association specifically dedicated to the study of UV radiation and plants (UV4Plants). He is currently on the Editorial Board and also serves on the society’s Managing Committee.  Just this past April a meeting was held in Bled, Slovenia, which is situated in the Alps.

Dr. Barnes has been actively involved in a European association specifically dedicated to the study of UV radiation and plants (UV4Plants). He is currently on the Editorial Board and also serves on the society’s Managing Committee.  Just this past April a meeting was held in Bled, Slovenia, which is situated in the Alps.

Mignon Blanc (BIOL ’19) is Loyola’s Student Ambassador for the National Sales Network, and she is looking to recruit competitive young professionals interested in a career in business.  The National Sales Network is an organization whose objective is to develop sales and marketing professionals, while providing them with a network of like minded individuals who can be of assistance on their ca

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