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Loyola welcomes new faculty for the 2012-13 academic year

August 24, 2012

Loyola University New Orleans welcomes the following new faculty members for the 2012-13 academic year:

Academic Affairs

  • Marc K. Manganaro, provost and vice president for academic affairs, doctorate in English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

College of Business

  • Phillip M. Hartley, visiting assistant professor of marketing, doctoral candidate in business administration, Louisiana State University
  • Leo A. Krasnozhon, assistant professor of economics, doctorate in economics, George Mason University
  • Felipe Gorenstein Massa, assistant professor of management, doctoral candidate in organization studies, Boston College

College of Humanities and Natural Sciences

  • Natalie M. Costa, visiting assistant professor of psychological sciences, doctorate in applied developmental psychology, University of New Orleans
  • Eberhard Faber, visiting assistant professor of history, doctorate in history, Princeton University
  • Elizabeth A. Goodine, lecturer w/equivalent rank of associate professor of religious studies, doctorate in religion, Temple University
  • Judith Gruber, assistant professor of religious studies, doctorate in Catholic theology, University of Salzburg, Austria
  • Sarah K. Hamblin, instructor of English, doctorate in English, Michigan State University
  • Ashley M. Howard, assistant professor of history, doctorate in history, University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign Graduate College
  • Adil H. Khan, assistant professor of religious studies, doctorate in study of religions (Islamic studies), School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
  • Patrick R. Leland, assistant professor of philosophy, doctorate in philosophy, Johns Hopkins University
  • David Lilly, instructor of history, doctorate in British history, Louisiana State University
  • Joshua R. Lott, visiting assistant professor of philosophy, doctorate in philosophy, Tulane University
  • Amelia C. Neuberger, instructor of chemistry, doctorate in inorganic photochemistry, Tulane University
  • Phan Nguyen, instructor of mathematical sciences, doctorate in mathematics, New Mexico State University
  • Sanjog Rupakheti, assistant professor of history, doctorate in history, Rutgers University
  • Katja Schaefer, visiting assistant professor of physics, doctorate in engineering/applied physics, Mississippi State University
  • Edward Vacek, S.J., professor of religious studies and the Rev. Stephen J. Duffy Chair in Catholic Studies, doctorate in philosophy, Northwestern University
  • David Christopher Washington, instructor of English, doctorate in English literature, Miami University

College of Law

  • Christine Cerniglia, '98, J.D.'03, assistant clinic professor, juris doctor, Loyola University New Orleans
  • Aliza Cover, Westerfield Fellow, juris doctor, Yale Law School
  • Regina Lennox, Westerfield Fellow, juris doctor, Duke University
  • Agnieszka McPeak, Westerfield Fellow, juris doctor, Tulane University

College of Music and Fine Arts

  • Elliott S. Adams, instructor of music industry studies, bachelor of science in communication studies and sociology, Portland State University
  • Jeffery V. Albert, assistant professor of music, doctoral candidate in experimental music and digital media, Louisiana State University
  • Benjamin Benus, assistant professor of visual arts, doctorate in art history, University of Maryland, College Park
  • Dreux Montegut, assistant professor of music, master of music in vocal performance and literature, The Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester
  • April L. Prince, assistant professor of music, doctorate in musicology, University of Texas at Austin
  • Marcus St. Julien, assistant professor of music, doctorate of musical arts in organ performances, Rice University
  • Anne Yalon, visiting instructor of visual arts, master of fine arts in new genres, San Francisco Art Institute

College of Social Sciences

  • Christian Bolden, assistant professor of criminal justice, doctorate in sociology, University of Central Florida
  • Michael Cowan, adjunct professor of LIM, doctorate in psychology, Ohio State University
  • Kevin Foose, ’10, visiting assistant professor of counseling, master of science in counseling, Loyola University New Orleans
  • Young Soo Kim, assistant professor of political science, doctorate in political science, Purdue University
  • Carol Ann MacGregor, assistant professor of sociology, doctorate in sociology, Princeton University
  • Michelle Midkiff, D.N.P. ’12, assistant professor of nursing, doctor of nursing practice, Loyola University New Orleans
  • Patricia F. Pearce, associate professor of nursing, doctorate in nursing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Jessica Peterson, assistant professor of nursing, doctorate in nursing administrative science, University of Toronto
  • Michael G. Saussaye, visiting assistant professor of counseling, doctorate in counselor education, University of New Orleans
  • Robert Tarwacki, assistant professor of criminal justice, doctorate in criminal justice, Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York

University Library

  • Michael P. Olson, dean and professor, university libraries, doctorate in Germanic languages, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Marta T. Siuba, assistant professor in the university library, master of library and information science, Dominican University and master of science in finance, University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign Graduate College

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