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Achievements

Former LIM student Joseph Galloway wrote  Baked Oysters: A Thanksgiving Encounter.  

Set in New Orleans in Thanksgiving, it is an inspirational story about healing and finding peace.  Joe is a financial advisor in upstate South Carolina. For more information, please see http://www.baked-oysters.com/.  

Skya's interests range wide, which her professional credentials as a sociologist and doctor of oriental medicine show, but her commitment to practical thelogy and lay ministry are evident in her new text. The book jacket describes it well:

Graduate Oanh Ngo has a long list of achievements and honors, including receiving the Archdiocese of St. Louis's Ruth Award (2007) and the O'Fallon, IL, Chamber of Commerce's Citizenship Award in Ministry (2007) and founding the Agapae Life Design Center and Coaching Service (2006). Her latest honor is appearing on Fr. Mike Manning's Word in the World television show. In the 03/26/2012 episode "Love Remains," Fr.

The Regina Matthews Oehmig Award for Excellence in Counseling is awarded annually to a graduating student who has earned a distinguished academic record, interacts in a professional manner with professors, classmates, clients, and supervisors, and possesses strong clinical skills. In addition, the recipient must display a commitment to the integrity of life, the demonstration of providing services to others, and embodying the warmth, compassion, and genuineness of Regina Matthews Oehmig for which the award is named.

In March, Dr. Ebrahim presented at the Louisiana Career Development Association’s annual conference in March with alumni Catherine Geohegan McDermott (’10) and Kellie Gorgio Camelford (‘10) on the subject of career development for 8th and 9th graders.

The Ignatian Awards for Outstanding Senior and Graduate Students were announced earlier this week. The awards are given annually to those students who represent Loyola University New Orleans and its commitment to Ignatian values with distinction and honor. The awards will be formally presented at the Baccalaureate Mass on Friday, May 11 at 4 p.m.

Robin Gusman Rhodes (‘10), Ashley Ugalano (‘10), and Mariel Gonzalez (summer 2011) were all recently hired as a school counselors at Mt. Carmel Academy in New Orleans. They join alums Catherine Geoghegan McDermott (’09) and Ashley Childes (’09) who are already school counselors there.

The Counseling Clinical Excellence Award is presented to the graduate counseling student who has demonstrated excellence in clinical counseling skills.

Alumni Catherine Geoghegan McDermott, Kellie Gorgio Camelford and Ashley Childs presented with Dr. Ebrahim at the Louisiana Career Development Association in Baton Rouge on the subject of career development for 8th and 9th graders.

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