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The American Chemical Society's Spring meeting is being hosted in New Orleans this year, which provides an unparalleled opportunity for students to interact with thousands of chemistry professionals to network and share ideas. This year, LoyNO Chemistry is represented by 11 different student presentations in seven different research laboratories! 

The Neuroscience Program and Department of Psychological Sciences is delighted to acknowledge Dr. Casanova's research being published in Nature. The article is titled "A mobile DNA sequence could explain tail loss in humans and apes". Read all about Dr. Casanova's newest research achievement here!

The Neuroscience Program and Department of Psychological Sciences is delighted to acknowledge Dr. Casanova's research being published in Nature. The article is titled "A mobile DNA sequence could explain tail loss in humans and apes". Read all about Dr. Casanova's newest research achievement here!

The Neuroscience Program and Department of Psychological Sciences is pleased to recognize Dr. Stelly's research achievement of being published in the Nature Journal. The article is titled Top-down control of flight by a non-canonical coritco-amygdala pathway. Read all about Dr. Stelly's newest research here!

The Neuroscience Program and Department of Psychological Sciences is pleased to recognize Dr. Stelly's research achievement of being published in the Nature Journal. The article is titled Top-down control of flight by a non-canonical coritco-amygdala pathway. Read all about Dr. Stelly's newest research here!

For Excellence in Research, the Senate has recognized Robert Verchick, Gauthier-St. Martin Chair in Environmental Law, College of Law for his award-winning contribution to the literature on climate change, The Octopus in the Parking Garage.

 Congratulations to Joseph on all of your success and hard work. Joseph is a senior graphic design major and is a valuable member of the Environment Program team. 

 

Sociology major, Katie Rose Houge, presented their paper "The Economic Roots of Performative Activism" at the 2024 Southern Political Science Association's Annual Conference. Their research, which was developed as part of their Research Methods and Statistics courses, finds that performative activism is rooted in the material interests of upper class Americans. Hogue will expand on this project for their sociology capstone. 

Thanks to the work of our Keep Louisiana Beautiful Affiliate team, led by Mark Tobler, Loyola has received over $4,800 to upgrade on campus recycling options.

This includes new signage and recycling stations around Monroe Hall, and a glass recycling hub at the north entrance to the West Road parking garage. The university will be partnering with Glass Half Full, a local company that processes glass into sand for disaster relief, coastal restoration and more. The stations will be on-site and functioning by Feb. 1.

In a recent essay, Professor Dawson McCall discusses the success of Kenyan distance runners in international athletics, highlighting the dynamic and varied ways that Kenyans take part in and contribute to the country's vibrant and dominant running culture. Read it here!

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