Contact: Tarana Lawrence · firstname.lastname@example.org
The University Committee on Internal Grants requests proposals for research and faculty development projects. Applications can be made for projects to be conducted throughout the 2013-14 academic year. The committee is soliciting proposals in the fall for the entire year. Proposals will be screened, awards made, and recipients notified by the end of the fall semester. The maximum research grant is $3,500. Please see the research and faculty development grant guidelines and procedures for more information about what these grants can or cannot fund.
All applications must be received by Friday November 15, 2013. An application consists of three (3) parts: the application form, the signatures form, and the applicant’s curriculum vitae which are to be submitted by email. The application and signature forms are in Microsoft Word format. The application and the curriculum vitae should be submitted via email attachment to Tarana Lawrence, at email@example.com by 4:45 pm on Friday, November 15, 2013. LATE OR INCOMPLETE PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Applicants should take care to make sure that final reports from past grants have been submitted. New applications will not be considered if there is an outstanding final report from a previous grant. If you are unsure of the status of your final report, contact Tarana Lawrence (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contact: Tarana Lawrence · email@example.com
The University Committee on Internal Grants requests proposals for Marquette Faculty Fellowships. Applications are being accepted for projects to be conducted during summer 2014. The grant amount is $9,500. Funds up to $500 may also be requested for supplies and expenses. Please see the guidelines and procedures for more information about what fellowships can or cannot fund. All applications must be received by Friday, November 15, 2013. An application consists of three (3) parts: the application form, the signatures form, and the applicant's curriculum vitae which are all to be submitted by email. The application and signature forms are in Microsoft Word format. The application and the curriculum vitae should be submitted via email attachment to Tarana Lawrence at firstname.lastname@example.org by 4:45 pm on Friday, November 15, 2013. LATE OR INCOMPLETE PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Applicants should take care to make sure that final reports from past grants have been submitted. New applications will not be considered if there is an outstanding final report from a previous grant. If you are unsure of the status of your final report, contact Tarana Lawrence (email@example.com).
If you have any questions about the eligibility of a proposed project, the budget, re-submission of proposals not funded earlier, or related issues, please contact the committee chair at firstname.lastname@example.org. For assistance with your proposal, you may contact the director of the grants office at email@example.com , the committee chair at firstname.lastname@example.org, or your college's committee representative.
Contact: Katherine Truxillo · email@example.com · 504-864-7119
Location: Monroe Library Living Room, First Floor
From Nov. 6 through Dec. 20, the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library will host an exhibit of posters celebrating the 100th anniversary of the publication of Marcel Proust’s “Du Côté de Chez Swann” (“Swann’s Way”), the first volume of “À la Recherche du Temps Perdu” (translated into English as “Remembrance of Things Past”).
It can be seen in the Library Living Room on the first floor. A cooperative effort between the library and the Department of Languages and Cultures, the exhibit is part of a series the French Consulate in New Orleans gave to French teachers at Loyola University New Orleans.
Time: 12 pm to 12:30 pm
Contact: Ken Weber · firstname.lastname@example.org · 504-865-3167
Location: Ignatius Chapel, 1st Floor, Bobet Hall
Time: 6 pm to 6:30 pm
Contact: Kevin Gordon · email@example.com · 504.865.3860
Location: Seminar Room 1, Monroe Library
In partnership with the Loyola University Career Development Center, the COB MBA Association will be hosting a career information session with Ochsner Health System on Wednesday, November 13th at 6:00 PM.
This session will focus on the Finance Administrative Fellow position which is only offered to MBA-level candidates.
What: Ochsner Health System Information Session
When: November 13, 2013, 6:00 PM
Where: Seminar Room 1, Monroe Library, Loyola University New Orleans
RSVP: Kevin Gordon, MBA-Loyola, firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 7 pm to 8 pm
Contact: Sara Clark · email@example.com · 504 865 3943
Location: Nunemaker Auditorium, 3rd Floor, Monroe Hall
A free public lecture sponsored by the Loyola University Biever Guest Lecture Committee and the Department of Religious Studies
Stepping Out of the Ivory Tower:
Social Science as a Weapon in the “Cult Wars”
By Dr. Eileen Barker, London School of Economics
Wednesday night, November 13th, 7:00 p.m. in Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall, Loyola University
This event is a talk with the founder of INFORM, an educational charity which provides objective information about new religious movements: INFORM is a non-government organization (NGO) that draws on the methodology of the social sciences to compete with the media, the movements themselves, and their opponents in a robust marketplace promoting alternative images of minority religions, or, “cults.”
“Whilst one of the central principles of the social sciences is that they should be as ‘value free’ as possible, this does not mean that they should not be ‘value relevant.’ Dr. Eileen Barker’s talk will describe some of the ways in which the speaker has found herself ‘making a difference’ in the field that she has been researching for the past four decades: New religious movements and the social reactions to which they have given rise. In particular, she will describe the founding of INFORM, an NGO, which, drawing on the methodology of the social sciences, competes with (amongst others) the media, the movements themselves, and their opponents in a robust marketplace promoting alternative images of minority religions.”
Eileen Barker, PhD, PhD h.c., OBE, FBA, is Professor Emerita of Sociology with Special Reference to the Study of Religion at the London School of Economics (LSE,) University of London. She has over 300 publications (translated into 27 languages), which include the award-winning The Making of a Moonie: Brainwashing or Choice? and New Religious Movements: A Practical Introduction. In the late 1980s, with the support of the British Government and mainstream Churches, she founded INFORM, an educational charity based at the LSE, which provides information about minority religions that is as accurate, objective, and up-to-date as possible. In 2000, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II appointed her as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for “services to INFORM.”
For more information contact Dr. Catherine Wessinger, Department of Religious Studies, Loyola University, 504-865-3182, firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Contact: Student Records · email@example.com · (504) 865-3237
10 Week Session Last Day for 50% Refund
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Contact: Sara Butler · firstname.lastname@example.org · 504-865-2099
Location: Bobet Hall, room 214
Emilio Estevez’s 2010 dramatic film, “The Way,” honors El Camino de Santiago, known as the Way of St. James, a Catholic pilgrimage route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain. As part of the Medieval Film Fest, Loyola University New Orleans presents a free screening of the film Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m.
The event is open to the public and set for Bobet Hall, room 214. To introduce the film, Loyola Institute for Ministry Director Thomas Ryan, Ph.D., will lead a discussion about “Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages.”
A collaboration between Estevez and his father Martin Sheen, “The Way” is a powerful and inspirational story about a man who travels to France to recover the body of his adult son who died while attempting to walk the ancient spiritual trail. Overcome by grief and in homage to his son, the man embarks on The Way of St. James to honor his son's desire to finish the trail. In addition to Sheen and Estevez, the film stars Deborah Kara Unger and James Nesbitt.
For more information, contact Sara Butler, director of Medieval Studies, at 504-865-2099.