LMU Professor Elected Vice President of American Academy of Religion

Amir Hussain, chair and professor of theological studies, has been elected vice president for the American Academy of Religion, the largest scholarly society in the world dedicated to the academic study of religion. The organization has an international membership of more than 8,000 people.

LMU Professor Receives Grant to Study Youth Vaping

Roberto Cancio, assistant professor of sociology, will use the $853,800 award from the University of California’s Research Grants Program Office to explore the commercial and social factors that guide adolescents’ decisions to use vaping products.