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ULM's Professor of History, Ralph Brown, Ph.D. began a lecture series, "World War II: A Closer Look" on Oct. 1 at the Ouachita Parish Public Library as a continuation of his efforts to connect world history with the community.
AT&T announced a $25,000 contribution to the University of Louisiana at Monroe Foundation to contribute to the Top Hawks fund. The fund provides scholarship dollars to students who have achieved academic excellence during high school.
Director Jarvis of the U.S. National Park Service will visit ULM on Oct. 6th and attend a variety of local events while sharing the importance of preservation.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe Alumni Association will present its annual awards: the Golden Arrow Award; the George T. Walker Lifetime Achievement Award; Rising Young Alumnus Award; and the ULM Service Award during a brunch held at ULM Oct. 3 during Homecoming Week.
University of Louisiana at Monroe senior, Lauren Norton, was crowned ULM's 2015 Homecoming Queen during a pep rally on Monday, Sept. 27, as part of ULM's Homecoming week festivities.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe announced a new Post-Baccalaureate Certificate (PBC) program in Mortgage Analytics. The program, which was approved by the Louisiana Board of Regents, was developed jointly by the ULM College of Business and Social Sciences and Chase to meet specific talent gaps in the financial services industry.
Students, alumni, and all members of the ULM family are invited to enjoy a host of activities leading up to the Homecoming football game against Georgia Southern at 6 p.m., Saturday, October 3, in Malone Stadium.
Today Monroe-based Progressive Bank presented a check for $60,000 to the University of Louisiana at Monroe to establish the Progressive Bank Endowed Professorship in Financial and Information Technology Services.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe has once again earned Tier One status on the U.S. News and World report's annual "Best Regional Universities" list. ULM made the list for best southern universities at number 93.
The Office of Career Connections at the University of Louisiana at Monroe provides various career services to ULM students and alumni. Each fall, the office begins its workshop and fair series to help students and alumni find internships and jobs in their field.
With a total enrollment of 8,854 students, the University of Louisiana at Monroe has exceeded its goal of 8,800 students for fall 2015. This includes an increase of 337 students since last fall, and another academically talented freshman class of 1,401 students--an eight percent increase over the fall 2014 freshman class.
The Child Development Center (CDC) at the University of Louisiana at Monroe has earned its sixth consecutive "Five-Star" rating from the Louisiana Quality Start School Readiness Rating System.
The Northeast Louisiana Business and Community Development Center (NLBCDC), housed in the University of Louisiana at Monroe College of Business and Social Sciences, received a new $25,000 grant from the Louisiana Business Incubation Association and Louisiana Economic Development (LBIA/LED).
The University of Louisiana at Monroe has announced George "Tom" Torregrossa as its new Director of the University Police Department. Torregrossa comes from the Monroe City Police Department after 36 years of service.
The artwork of University of Louisiana at Monroe students and faculty will be presented during a special exhibition from 5-7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 10, in various campus locations.
The Ouachita Parish Chapter of the University of Louisiana at Monroe Alumni Association will host its annual Shrimp Boil from 2-5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 12, in the alumni area of The Grove tailgating area on the ULM campus.
University of Louisiana at Monroe medical laboratory science (MLS) program faculty, students, and alumni recently attended the 83rd meeting of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) in Atlanta.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe Office of Recruitment and Admissions hosted an ice cream social for select freshmen students in honor of their outstanding high school test scores. These scholars are known as "Top Hawks."
In January 2014, Dr. Shalanda Stanley, assistant professor of education at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, inked a book deal with Knopf Books for Young Readers--an imprint of Random House Kids--for her book "Drowning is Inevitable."
The University of Louisiana at Monroe's Construction Management Program recently earned renewal of accreditation from the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).