Faculty Achievements

Professors of Graphic Design and Music Industry Studies team up on new book

Nancy Bernardo, professor of graphic design, and Bhob Rainey, professor of Music Industry Studies team up on book entitled \"Manual.\"

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Visual arts professor is visiting artist at Valencia College

Visual arts professor Barbara Brainard will be featured as a visiting artist when she presents her exhibit, “A New Orleans Portfolio: Works by Barbara Brainard,” at an opening reception in the Anita S. Wooten Gallery at Valencia College in Orlando, Fla.

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Loyola opera receives two Big Easy Foundation awards

Carol Rausch

Loyola opera receives two Big Easy Foundation awards under the musical direction of Carol Rausch.

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Loyola visual arts professors collaborate for exhibit at Spring Hill College

Loyola University New Orleans visual arts professors Christopher Deris and Karoline Schleh will launch their collaborative sculpture exhibit, “Penny Arcade.”

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Dr. Nick Volz, Assistant Professor of Music, presents trumpet masterclasses abroad

Nick Volz

Dr. Nick Volz, Assistant Professor of Music, traveled to Barcelona, Spain to present trumpet masterclasses

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Alice Clark, Ph.D., professor of music history, awarded an endowment in Italy

Alice Clark

Alice Clark, Ph.D., professor of music history, was awarded a spot in the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar at the American Academy in Rome, Italy,

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Valerie Goertzen, Ph.D., assistant professor of music history, presents paper in Italy

Valerie Goertzen

Valerie Goertzen, Ph.D., assistant professor of music history, presented her paper, "Clara Schumann’s Improvisations and Her Mosaics of Small Forms."

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Graphic design professor Nancy Bernardo collaborates on book cover

When Loyola University New Orleans English professors Christopher Schaberg and Mark Yakich met for the first time, they started sharing stories about air travel.

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Visual Arts professor Mark Grote lecture and exhibition

Visual Arts professor Mark Grote invited to lecture and hold exhibit at the University of Montana

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Theatre Arts Costume Director makes "People to Watch 2011" list

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Kellie Grengs makes the September 2011 issue of New Orleans Magazine’s “People to Watch 2011” list. Kellie is the Costume Director for the Theatre Arts and Dance department at Loyola, and one of three board members of the Freret Business and Property Owner’s Association.

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