Loyola at a Glance
July 16, 2010 Issue
Robert Verchick, J.D., is a Loyola University New Orleans law professor, deputy associate administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Policy, Economics and Innovation and now, a celebrated author.
Bill Bishop, who was recently named vice president for Institutional Advancement at Loyola University New Orleans, begins work at the university on July 19.
Matt Lambert '92, a Loyola University New Orleans College of Arts and Sciences graduate (now College of Humanities and Natural Sciences), has returned to his alma mater as the associate director of the university's Public Affairs team.
Loyola University New Orleans alumni Lauryn Sass Bailey '02, Sarah Ramadan Ruiz '05, Tho Pham '05, and Carlos Navarro '10, are currently working to ensure the safety of gulf seafood consumption at the Eurofins Central Analytical Laboratories facility in Metairie.
Loyola University New Orleans Twomey Center's summer program is watching its waiting list grow as it embarks on its fourth summer program that stresses the importance of math, science and a college education to public high school students from minority communities.
Loyola University New Orleans is playing host to the 22nd annual New Orleans International Piano Competition which begins tomorrow and runs through July 25.
Loyola University New Orleans is more than halfway through its application for designation as a "Community Engagement" university by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Dennis C. Cuneo, J.D. '76, Loyola University New Orleans board of trustee member and College of Law graduate, will lead the recently launched Washington, D.C., office of Fisher & Phillips LLP, a leading national labor and employment law firm.
The Rev. John P. Schlegel, S. J., has announced his intention to retire as president of Creighton University as of July 2011.
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