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Dr. Armin Kargol has published a two-part book series on Introduction to Cellular Biophysics (Parts I and II). It is intended as a textbook for an undergraduate course in Cellular Biophysics.

Part I: Membrane Transport Mechanisms is an inventory of physical transport processes occurring in cells. Part II: From membrane transport to neural signaling is a closer look at how complex biological and physiological cell phenomena result from these very basic physical processes. This two-volume book has been published by Morgan and Claypool in cooperation with IOP as a part of a "Concise Physics" series. It is available in print and ebook formats: Part OnePart Two

A collaborative effort between Dr. Kate Yurgil and her colleagues at Tulane, this review article critically examines research on the effects of music training on brain waves and working memory across the lifespan. The article was published in Frontiers in Psychology: Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience on February 21, 2020 and can be viewed at:


Mariana Kendall, ENVB ’20, is studying the effects of the removal of invasive water hyacinth with the use of the herbicide 2,4-D on aquatic macroinvertebrate communities that live on the

Twenty fellow Classicists joined Eta Sigma Phi on September 11, 2019, for delicious cookies with a side of Greek and Latin phrases!

The officers of the honor society lead a discuss on archeological field work and opportunities.

Everyone left this fun event with smiles and a nice sugar rush!

Dr. Kate Yurgil's review article on the research of music training and brain rhythms that support important cognitive functions like working memory was published on the "Frontiers of Psychology" on the 21st of February, 2020. Her collaborative research article featuring her and four other co-authors can be viewed here at:


Congratulations Dr. Yurgil!

Mona Wolfe, Office Manager of Physics and Biological Sciences, is named Staff Employee of the Month for March 2020.

Dr. Joel MacClellan (Philosophy faculty 2014-present, Ph.D. University of Tennessee, 2012). Professor MacClellan teaches courses such as Environmental Ethics and the Philosophy of Science at Loyola. His recent research is in the ethics of conservation biology, and his recent talks include an argument that wild animals’ have limited privacy rights which can be violated through documentary filmmaking, zoo cameras, wildlife tracking, etc., and the view that an animal rights perspective is compatible with invasive species management.

Mona Wolfe, Office Manager of Biological Sciences and Physics, is named Staff Employee of the Month for March 2020.

Allie Belcher, Environmental Studies minor, is spending the spring semester at the St. Eustatia Center for Archaeological Research in the Caribbean going out into the field and digging in areas to find artifacts that can tell us something about the history of the island. Once they properly collected artifacts, they then catalogue them by recording their context and identifying each item. From there, they can either reaffirm what is known about St. Eustatius’ history or create a new story altogether.


Loyola English graduate Weldon Ryckman has a short story at that was a finalist in its recent 10th annual fiction contest. Go Weldon!


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