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Kenneth Dyer (Classical Studies major, '05) is a technical writer at Avocet Editorial Consulting.  He has published an article in Linux Journal (2012) entitled "Basics of Web Design with Drupal 7".

Drupal is one of the most popular and versatile platforms for web design. This article provides an introduction for the non-programmer to the latest release of Drupal. It covers the basics of creating a data scheme, how to manipulate that data, and fundamental ways to display the data in Drupal 7. 

Colin Williams (Classical Studies major, '04) is teaching at the Bay School of San Francisco where he teaches in both the Humanities and Music departments.  The steady, pulsing energy of Colin’s bass lines has earned him gigs from the Harry Prince Music Theatre in Philadelphia to the Tugboat Brewery in Portland. He continues an active musical career and performs regularly at venues throughout the Bay Area where he plays with the Sebastian Parker Trio and the pickPocket Ensemble.

Dr. Judith Gruber will deliver the opening keynote lecture at the Convention of the European Society for Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies. The Convention takes place at Lublin, Poland from April 15-18, 2015. The title of her paper is "Methods in Intercultural Theology after the Cultural Turn".

Students at the physics department at Loyola are among the most active on campus in terms of their involvement with research, commitment and participation in various outreach programs mainly aimed at energizing school kids towards science, but also on-campus events such as Nano-days and President's day. Thus it's nice to note that Loyola was recognized as a "distinguished" chapter by the Student Physics Society.

     When I was applying to graduate school I knew that I wanted to study renewable and sustainable energy. I decide to look at universities outside the United Sates because I found that universities here do not offer programs in renewable energy.  After a lot of research and many applications later, I was accepted to schools in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. I chose the University of Oldenburg because it is exactly the kind of program I was looking for.

 

Students from Loyola's Department of Biological Sciences will present research at the 25th Annual Biological Sciences Undergraduate Symposium, Friday, March 13, 2015, from 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., in Nunemaker Auditorium, located on the 3rd Floor of Monroe Hall.

Erica Saccucci-Price (Classical Studies major, '03) is a PhD candidate at the University of Chicago in Theology, specializing in Christian Ethics.  She has recently finished the first chapter of her dissertation.

Elizabeth Sloane (Classical Studies major, '09) is currently a graduate student at the University of Haifa, Israel.

Faculty and students within the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences have been recognized for their work and research at both the University and State level. See a list of just some of our recent awards and grants

Dr. Schaefer from the department of physics published a single author article in Computer Physics Communications. The article proposes how an iterative aggregation and disaggregation method in combination with a Markov state mapping procedure can be used to obtain high resolution steady state distributions for large scale continuous systems. The article can be found via Dr.

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