Dr. Young Soo Kim publishes article entitled: "World Health Organization and Early Global Response to HIV/AIDS: Emergence and Development of International Norms" in the Journal of International and Area Studies, Volume 22, Number 1, 2015, pp. 19-40.
Dr. Young Soo Kim, assistant professor of political science, publishes article in the 2015 International Area Studies Review 18(2) entitled: "Obstacles to the response of HIV/AIDS in South Africa: Historical legacies in perception and policy environment in 1994-2006".
This paper presents the results of a study which overviews the policy failure regarding antiretroviral treatment (ART) in South Africa from the late 1990s to the mid-2000s.
Brian A. Gabriel Jr., a 2014 graduate, currently serves as a press assistant in the White House Office of the Press Secretary.
Will Tuleu earned a B.A. in political science from Loyola University New Orleans and an M.A. in International Affairs from American University’s School of International Service. He is currently working as a Senior Business Development Associate in the Global Health Divison at Chemonics International. His research/academic interests lie in public health in Sub-Saharan Africa as well as more general international development issues.
Political Science major, Tiyanna Lords, currently serves as president of REACH. The goal of the REACH organization is to mentor and inspire teenagers from 8th to 12th grade by instilling in them the importance of higher education.
Dwayne Fontenette, Jr. currently serves as Dean of Students at Charter High School for Architecture and Design in Philadelphia.
Political science students Thanh Mai, Daija Smith, and Emma Woidtke, along with instructor Dr. Chris Wiseman, visited the new slavery museum at the Whitney Plantation, just west of New Orleans. The museum is being built by Loyola alumnus John Cummings (Law 1961). The new museum has received media attention from The New York Times and The New Orleans Advocate.
Political Science Alumnus Gary Segura '85 and his co-author Matt Barretto recently published a book entitled: "Latino America: How America's Most Dynamic Population is Poised to Transform the Politics of the Nation" and spoke about it on cable network MSNBC.
Tracy Osborn is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science. Her research focuses on women and politics in U.S. state legislatures, Congress, and political behavior.
Sonia Odom studied at the University of Cape Town in South Africa this summer. She wrote in her blog that she thoroughly enjoyed her experience.