Professor Dr. Robert Thomas receives Loyola New Orleans' top faculty honor.
It's a circus out there. SMC professor and award-winning journalist . S.L. Alexander's new book Courtroom Carnival is a fascinating "who's who" tour of Louisiana politics.
Recent SMC public relations graduate Dominique Webb '11 and current students Rebecca Molyneux, Kelsey Pabst, Kelsey Morris and Janece Bell received a PRSA Award of Merit entry for their 2011 Bateman campaign.
Wadner Pierre, a 28-year-old Loyola student at the School of Mass Communications was named by alternative newsweekly Gambit as one of 40 New Orleanians under 40 who are making a difference in the Crescent City.
SMC graduate John Deveney, who runs one of the Gulf South's most successful public relation agencies, is to be inducted into the PR News Hall of Fame November 30 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
Meet alum Briana Prevost ('10). She's part of New Orleans award-winning public radio station WWOZ's web team.
Valerie Andrews, assistant professor at the School of Mass Communication, will lead the School’s Shawn M. Donnelley Center, a one-stop shop for city nonprofits interested in getting public relations assistance for their efforts.
It's football season once more, and Loyola grad Michael Smith ('01) is covering the NFL for ESPN as a reporter for the TV sports network. A graduate of Loyola's School of Mass Communication, Smith started out covering sports for the Times-Picayune before heading north.
Emmy-Award winning journalist and Loyola University New Orleans alumnus Tom Llamas '01, was recently named the anchor of WNBC's 5 p.m. newscast in New York City, the nation's largest media market.
Victor Montilla Torres Executive Vice President of Casiano Communications