Loyola at a Glance
June 26, 2009 Issue
Loyola University history professor Behrooz Moazami, Ph.D., joined more than 40 colleagues from across North America and Europe to call for a United Nations envoy to Iran to investigate possible voting and human rights violations.
Last spring, the Loyola University College of Law offered free tax preparation help to hundreds of low-to-moderate-income clients through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
Claire Keegan, a 1992 Loyola University College of Arts and Sciences graduate, was awarded the 2009 Davy Byrnes Irish Writing Award and €25,000, approximately $40,000, on Monday, June 22.
Four journalism students and one 2009 Loyola University graduate were nominated for the 51st Annual Press Club of New Orleans Journalism Awards competition. The nominations were revealed at the Press Club's annual meeting Tuesday night.
"Electoral Politics Is Not Enough: Racial And Ethnic Minorities And Urban Politics," by Peter F. Burns, Ph.D., "should be required reading for courses in urban politics and state and local government," writes Wilbur C. Rich, Ph.D., for the Urban Affairs Review.
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