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Applied Language & Speech Sciences PhD Candidate Recognized for Teaching Excellence

UL Grad School -- 05/05/2022

Applied Language and Speech Sciences Ph.D. candidate Megan Quebedeaux has received the 2022 Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award.

The award recognizes Quebedeaux’s exceptional contributions as the official instructor of record for teaching in the Department of Communicative Disorders in the spring and fall of 2021.

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Meet Outstanding Master’s Mentor Dr. Catherine Roche-Wallace

UL Grad School -- 04/29/2022

Dr. Catherine Roche-Wallace is an associate professor of horn and theory, and has served as the coordinator of graduate studies in the School of Music and Performing Arts since 2017. She has performed with orchestras in Louisiana, Tennessee, Ohio, and Michigan, and the Aspen Festival Orchestra, and has presented recitals in eight U.S. states, Canada, and Finland.

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Meet Outstanding Master’s Mentor Dr. Hung-Chu Lin

UL Grad School -- 04/28/2022

Dr. Hung-Chu Lin is the SLEMCO/LEQSF Regents Professor in Liberal Arts. Her research focus includes the development of emotions, parenting, attachment relationships, and developmental disabilities. She runs the Developmental Science Laboratory (DSL), which takes an interdisciplinary approach to examine the complexity of adjusted and maladjusted developmental processes.

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Meet Outstanding Master’s Mentor Dr. David Khey

UL Grad School -- 04/26/2022

Dr. David Khey is an associate professor and department head for the Department of Criminal Justice. He is also the associate director for the Center for Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. Dr. Khey's work focuses on drug policy, effective policing strategies, campus crime and safety, drug testing technology, medicolegal research and jury decision making. 

The Graduate School has selected Khey as a recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Master’s Mentor Award.

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M.S. Communication Graduate Receives Outstanding Thesis Award

UL Grad School -- 03/15/2022

The Graduate School has awarded the 2022 Outstanding Thesis Award to Letícia Silva Pires.

The Outstanding Thesis Award is an award established by the Graduate School to recognize exceptional work by master’s students and to encourage the highest levels of scholarship, research, and writing. Winners are selected on a rotating basis from two of the four fields of competition—mathematics, physical sciences, and engineering; humanities and fine arts; social sciences, business, and education; and life sciences.

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