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¡Felicitaciones, Annie! This year, the Young Alumni Pack recognized Annie McBride as the 2017 Young Alumna of the Year. Annie graduated with a Spanish major (2007), went on to Law School, and is quite a success!

Read about her honor here.

¡Felicitaciones a 3 de nuestros estudiantes! These Spanish minors and Latin American Studies major received the prestigious Gilman Scholarship to study abroad in Ecuador. The competition is national, so we are very proud of you!

Michael Pashkevich, a biology graduate of 2017, was awarded the Gates Cambridge scholarship to Cambridge for his ongoing research on spiders and arachnids. He told us he owes much to Loyola's education and values. See full article here.

Adrienne Ingram has been awarded a Magis Grant to support her research on the effects of canopy closure on imperiled Okaloosa darters.

Late Nights at Loyola - Solving Mysteries with Science.

The Society for the History of Technology is dedicated to the historical study of technology and its relations with politics, economics, labor, business, the environment, public policy, science, and the arts. SHOT is an international organization that actively works to foster a stronger global community for the study of the history of technology and to support a worldwide network of scholars in this field. We welcome as members people from any country who are interested in the history of technology, broadly defined.

Dr. Dorn gave 7 presentations to 4th-5th graders and high school Biology and Spanish classes in Larchmont, NY the week of November 6, 2017. Some of these students are involved in the Kids for World Health Foundation and have done educational and fund raising activities to support the work of Dr. Dorn in Guatemala. Funds they have donated have provided nutritional supplements for patients receiving treatment for Chagas and supplies to help improve people’s houses in Guatemala to reduce their risk of getting Chagas disease. (Photo by: Jack Rothman)

Late Nights at Loyola - Solving Mysteries with Science.

 

Dr. Young Soo Kim, Assistant Professor of Political Science, publishes article entitled: Variance in Global Response to HIV/AIDS between the United States and Japan: Perception, Media, and Civil Society, in the Japanese Journal of Political Science.

Japanese Journal of Political Science, Volume 18, Issue 4, December 2017 , pp. 514-535.  YOUNG SOO KIM (a1) and JOONGBUM SHIN (a2). 

https://doi.org/10.1017/S1468109917000159 Published online: 07 November 2017.

 

 

 

BioBlitz New Orleans City Park #2

A BioBlitz, also known as a biological inventory or biological census, is an event or intense period of surveying that focuses on finding and identifying as many species as possible in a specific area over a short period of time.

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