Philosophy Professor Dr. Joel MacClellan defends axiological extensionalism in a chapter of forthcoming book, Ethical Diets and Animal Ethics — Beyond Extensionism, which will be part of the Springer International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics.
At the annual conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, held the first weekend of April, 2019, Political Science senior Mallory Dickerson presented a paper titled, "Held to a Higher Standard: The Electoral Implications of Gendered Perceptions of U.S. Representatives’ Competence and Ideological Distance," and sophomore Grace Quisenberry presented a paper titled,"Why are the Non-voting U.S. House Delegates Effective Legislators?" each co-authored with Dr. Sean Cain.
Karen Rosenbecker, Ph.D., received the Rev. Emmett M. Bienvenue, S.J. Distinguished Professorship in Classical Studies in March 2019. The award was established in 2013 in honor of Fr. Bienvenu, a professor of classical studies who taught for nearly 40 years at Loyola University New Orleans. Congratulations, Dr. Rosenbecker!
On March 22, 2019, Dr. Eileen Doll was invested with the Provost Distinguished Professorship I. This award was established in 1997 through a beneficiary donation by Loyola faculty member Prof. Keith Jacobs.
Congratulations, Dr. Doll!
Loyola student Kyle Cleveland, under the mentorship of Dr. Karen Rosenbecker, developed a class project into a publication. His article Eugene Sandow's Grecian Ideal and the Birth of Modern Body Building was published in Philomathes: A Journal of Undergraduate Research (Vol. 2.1, May 2018).
Marley Duet (English and French, 2018), received the prestigious TAPIF award (Teaching Assistant Program in France) and is currently working in a school in Aix-en-Provence.
On Thursday 11/29/2018, Classical Studies students Allie Belcher, Hera Bogdanos and MC Davis presented "Castle Craig: Perspectives in Archaeology", a talk that highlighted their coursework in principles of archaeology here at Loyola and their field experiences working on the inaugural dig at Castle Craig (Clan Urquhart)
Dr. Jean X. Brager gave a presentation with students from his First-Year Seminar (Fall 2018, Performance & Performativity) on 1/25/19 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., week.