The Department of Religious Studies made awards to three top majors at the Spring 2013 Awards Convocation.
Kyleah Frederic won recognition related to her plans to study with a Catholic civil rights group.
Chad Aubert of Baton Rouge, took top honors at graduation and is now headed for life as a Benedictine monk.
This is her eighth book since graduating from Loyola. She is a professor of theology and the New Testament at John Brown University in Arkansas.
Kenneth Keulman, Provost Distinguished Professor, was asked to discuss a Supreme Court case.
Keulman teaches courses in ethics and international relations. The purpose of the World Congress of Philosophy, which takes place every five years, is to inquire into the world’s philosophical traditions, compare them, and emphasize the importance of philosophical reflection for public discourse.
Christine Baudin Hernandez was awarded her Ph.D. in Historical Theology by St. Louis University in Missouri.
Sara Clark, Administrative Assistant to the Department of Religious Studies, won the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences' Staff Excellence Award for academic year 2013-14.
Dr. Guy Beck will offer a course entitled, "The Sacred Music of India" at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat in the Bahamas.
Dr. Adil Khan won a second Bobet Fellowship which will be used to complete his new book.