Loyola at a Glance
June 4, 2010 Issue
The Loyola University New Orleans School of Nursing received approval from the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission to change its RN-BSN curriculum to meet new national standards.
The Loyola University New Orleans Institute for Ministry received a $106,000 grant from an anonymous donor to fund the translation and inculturation of four certificate courses into Spanish.
Music educators from public and private schools in southeast Louisiana will travel to Loyola University New Orleans June 10-11 to participate in "Music Teaching Institute," a professional development workshop sponsored by the music education department in Loyola's College of Music and Fine Arts.
John Biguenet, the Robert Hunter Distinguished Professor of English, maintained a busy year and added the following accomplishments and accolades to his resume:
For the third straight year, Loyola University New Orleans women's basketball player Trenese Smith has been named Allstate Sugar Bowl Outstanding Female Amateur Athlete for the Greater New Orleans Area.
Senior Kevin Fontenot and junior Taylor Domengeaux of the Loyola University New Orleans baseball team were named to the 2010 Daktronics-National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Baseball Scholar-Athletes list.
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