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Gabriela Carballo ’22 is making an impact through her involvement with the environment on and off campus. Gaby is the communications associate at Restore the Earth Foundation, working to restore 1 million acres in the Mississippi River Basin. She is also the president of Students for Environmental Action on campus. Gaby also was just elected to serve as the student representative on the Dean's Student Advisory Council for the second straight year. Gaby is also a managing editor at The Maroon this semester.

Eric Hardy is a historian and sociologist of technology and science whose research focuses on twentieth century urban development and environmental politics. In addition to publishing works for the American Planning Association Press, Technology and Culture and the Journal of Urban History, he is wrapping up  a book on water policy in post-WWII American cities. Since arriving at Loyola University in 2010, Dr.

Dr. Barnes presented a webinar in honor of World Ozone Day at a virtual conference at Bhakta Kavi Narsinh Mehta University in Junagadh, India.

To watch the webinar, click here!

Featured Student of the Month, Vairleene Einstein ’22 is making an impact through her research assisting Dr. Thomas on the Mirabeau Water Garden Project, where a water garden is being built in the Gentilly Neighborhood utilizing green infrastructure methods.

Dr. Thomas and Dr. Hardy have joined scientists from Jean Lafitte and LSU to help clean up and collect data on the nurdles that spilled in the Mississippi river at the beginning of August. They were also joined by Loyola students Katie Rompf, Walt Ramsey, and Stephanie Oblena.

Read more here!

Environment & Biology professor Frank Jordan and students Dahlia Martinez and Tori Rodrigues '22 ENVB  coauthored a paper on the discovery of non-native swamp eels in Bayou St. John, New Orleans.

 

Check it out here!

The Loyola University New Orleans Environment students have been working hard the past few years to enhance their on-campus curriculum through their capstone experiences.  To earn a degree from the Environment Program, each student must complete a project which further develops their skills as a scholar.  Some choose an internship where the practical experience usually involves service-learning with a community, government, tourism, or non-government organization.  Others choose research that involves novel ideas developed through data collection or library study.  These experiences often p

The Most Outstanding Environment Major Service Award - given to an Environment student for excellence in service to the program, for all of your work over the years during your time at Loyola. We look forward to seeing how you use your degree to make a difference in the environment sector.     

The Most Outstanding Environment Major Research Award - given to an Environment student for excellence in research for your natural history studies on the brown widow spider.  We look forward to seeing how you use your degree to make a difference in the environment sector.

The Most Outstanding Environment Major Service Award - given to an Environment student for excellence in service to the program, for all of your work over the years with Late Nights at Loyola, DSAC rep, volunteer work in the community, and all of the other great work you have done during

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