Congratulations to Loyola University New Orleans Environmental Science and Biology
As Halloween approaches, Dr.s Aimee Thomas and Bob Thomas appear on Fox 8 News Program on October 29, 2019 sharing information about spiders and snakes. Click here to watch the news segment.
Congratulations to Champaign Cunningham and Dr. Hood on their appearance on Fox 8! Their program focused on bats and the bat based events being held this fall at Loyola.
Click Here to watch the footage from the program!
Congratulations to Abby Perez (BIOL'20) and Chloe Dupleix (BIOL'20) for receiving the Loyola Strength in Diversity grant to fund the Late Nights at Loyola events that they will co-direct this academic year. We would love for all of you to come see what our students are doing to make a difference with kids
Dr. Hunter Cole will present her art at GLOW: An Illuminated Living Art Experience at the Zeitgeist Theatre on October 10, 2019 from 6:00-10:00 p.m. It will be a live, glowing, one-of-a-kind art experience! Walk into the darkened theatre illuminated by her never-before-seen art created with actual, living bioluminescent bacteria and interact with dancers glowing with bioluminescent bacteria. To read the article published for this event, click here.
Dr. Aimée Thomas, director of the ENVA program was recently featured on a WWL radio program hosted by Tommy Tucker on August 28th, 2019. Click here to listen to the program!
Dr. Paul Barnes recently attended the "World Congress on Light and Life" in Barcelona, Spain, where he presented a poster together with Dr. Susanne Neugart entitled “Different irradiances of UV and PAR in the same ratios alter the flavonoid profiles of Arabidopsis thaliana wild-types and UV-signally pathway mutants.” At the conference Dr.
Dr. Aimée Thomas, director of the ENVA program and her father Dr. Bob are featured in an article by WGNO writer Stephen Maloney on August 30th, 2019. The piece focuses on their rescue of none other than university president Tania Tetlow from an “enormous scary spider.” Click here to read the article!
Dr. Aimée Thomas, director of the ENVA program was recently featured on a WWL radio program hosted by Tommy Tucker on September 3rd, 2019. Click here to listen to the program!
Building Active Stewardship in New Orleans (BASIN) is a program of the Urban Conservancy, a New Orleans-based nonprofit. BASIN is designed for school-aged New Orleanians to introduce them to the vocabulary, concepts, and skills required to fully understand what it means to live with the water that surrounds (and often floods) our city, and develop into effective ambassadors of “living with water” principles. Campers also learn how to be good stewards of their bodies, community, and their environment.