Mary Kate Delaney, a senior in History, will be heading off next month to the Phi Alpha Theta conference at Northwestern State University to present a paper entitled “A Pope of Great Words: Innocent III and His Writings.”
The Rev. Peter Bernardi, S.J., associate professor of religious studies in the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences, recently published his book, “Maurice Blondel, Social Catholicism, & Action Française: The clash over the Church’s role in society during the Modernist Era.”
Candace Gregory-Abbott graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University in 1991 with a double major in English and History. She went on to complete a Ph.D. in Medieval Studies at Yale University.
Dr. Janet R. Matthews, professor of psychology in the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences, was recently elected as president-elect of Division 31 of the American Psychological Association.
Patricia Dorn, Ph.D., was selected to have her manuscript about Chagas disease published in the March 2009 issue of the Public Library of Science’s Journal for Neglected Tropical Diseases.
Ryan B. Harvey, '00, is a Hardy-Apfel IT Fellow and doctoral studies student at the University of Maryland, College Park, Md.
Glenn Hymel, Ed.D, L.M.T., has recently published two textbooks, “Research Methods for Massage and Holistic Therapies” and “Clinical Massage in the Healthcare Setting,” published by Elsevier/Mosby Publishing.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award recognizes outstanding students who participate in community service projects and who exemplify the principles, standards and ideology of King.
Patricia Dorn, Ph.D., and Rosalie Anderson, Ph.D., recently received grant funding from the National Institutes of Health, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Sarah Anne Hedges is a Peace Corps trainee in Mozambique and will work on the Health & HIV/AIDS Capacity Building Project.