Dr. Catherine Wessinger was featured in the American Academy of Religion's special January 2015 "Spotlight on Teaching" which focused on "Teaching New and Alternative Religious Movements".
Letter from Erin Little, English major, ‘15
Modern Language Association annual conference, January 2015
I am a person who has come to define myself by how well I do in school. My education has constituted the major structure of my life up to this point, as is true among many of my peers in the senior class. Luckily, I ended up at a university among faculty whose chief goal is to guide students to real success.
Birdwhistell named recipient of the University's highest award for faculty members.
Members of the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences (HNS) were honored during the Loyola University New Orleans Faculty and Staff Convocation held on January 9, 2015.
A team of students and Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Kimberlee S. Mix have learned that their research will be published in the Journal of Inflammation.
Dr. Eileen Doll's New Book Los inmigrantes en la escena española contemporánea: Buscando una nueva identidad española released in 2014.
Alex Fournet ’11 (international business and religious studies) left the World Trade Center in New Orleans to join TDG Financial as a lending officer. He also began teaching scripture at Our Lady of Notre Dame Seminary and Our Lady of Holy Cross College, both in New Orleans.
Leopoldo Tablante, visiting assistant professor of languages and cultures, recently published an analysis of the commercial evolution of salsa music from its origins in the Latino barrios of New York City, its intensive commercialization and exploitation in the US and the Caribbean mainly by the independent group Fania throughout the 1970s, and its more recent incorporation to the catalogue of major global labels such as Sony Music.
Trevor Boffone, a Languages and Cultures alumnus from 2008, taught French and Spanish in New Orleans schools.
He is currently finishing his Ph.D. in Chicano Contemporary Theatre at the University of Houston, TX.
Dr. Terri Bednarz, RSM, was awarded funding to jump-start a textbook on humor in the Bible, which will be co-authored by students in the Honors program.