Tom Sevick (Environmental Biology '12) is now working on a graduate degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Southern Mississippi where his research evaluates the value of major marsh habitats to fishes and crustaceans in coastal Mississippi. One of the ways he evaluates these habitats involves taking aerial picture of marsh, such as the one shown here.
$4500 grant awarded to Mallory Hirschler
Bob Thomas and crew complete their film MRGO-ING, GOING, GONE after a decade of stop and go
Andrew McDaniel '13, a sociology and environmental studies alumnus, is working to help create sustainable food systems through the Crescent City Farmers Market.
Dr. Anthony Ladd has had research articles accepted for publication in the journals Social Currents and Humanity and Society.
2013 Loyola Grads Danny Milojevic and Murphy Fleenor Co-owners of Community Supported Berry Hill Farm in Loranger, LA
Yasmin Bowers' Recycled Glass
Loyola University New Orleans Environmental Science major Jenny Simon is conducting research to see if a 10,000-foot storm wall nearing completion just outside New Orleans is affecting nearby fish and marine life.
Tom Sevick wins for Best Undergraduate Poster at Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Tom Sevick, an environmental science major at Loyola University New Orleans, was recently awarded $2,500 from the Louisiana Sea Grant Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program to conduct collaborative research with Dr. Frank Jordan.