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The Louisiana Small Business Development Center at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, in partnership with the Monroe Chamber of Commerce and West Monroe West Ouachita Chamber, presents "Accelerating Your Sales: Build a Plan for Profit," March 5 - April 16, at Hemphill Hall, located on the ULM campus.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe Dance Department will feature free master class from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 9. The classes are free and open to all ULM students and local high school juniors and seniors. The classes will focus on ballet and modern dance.
The contest is open to all high school students within the parish, including students in Ouachita Parish Schools, Monroe City Schools, and those attending private schools.
The ULM Office of Career Connections and Experiential Education invites all ULM freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors and alumni to attend the ULM 2013 All Majors Career Fair.
The ULM College of Education and Human Development DREAM Office and the NASA Stennis Space Center will present two free workshops.
Dr. Jana M. Giles recently published a book chapter in a collection titled "The Sublime Today."
Various concerts and master classes will take place in Brown Auditorium and Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall.
The board is charged with exploring ideas publicizing exhibits and increasing funds for the exhibits.
Katherine, Sarah, and Megan Cucullu sit outside Starbucks at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, enjoying what they consider to be warm weather while others bundle in coats and scarves. Having grown up in Wasilla, Ala., these three sisters experience winter in Louisiana quite differently than other students.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe has announced the winners of the seventh annual Louisiana High School Online Technology Challenge held on Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Dr. John L. Carr, professor of biology at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, wrote a chapter for a Colombian reference book investigating biological conservation of the continental turtles of Colombia.
Dr. Lynn Clark, assistant professor of Curriculum, Instruction, and Leadership at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, recently published an article, "What Leadership Looks Like: Videos Help Aspiring Leaders get the Picture," in the national Journal of Staff Development.
ULM alum and former NFL running back Dr. Joe Profit (B.A. ‘71) recently published, "Fields of Success - Raised Expectations," in which he recounts his experiences in the different 'fields' of his life.
Every Friday during Lent, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Feb. 15 - March 22, the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Catholic Campus Ministry will once again host a Lenten Fish Fry Fundraiser at the Catholic Student Center, located at 911 University Ave., on the ULM campus.
The Louisiana Small Business Development Center at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will hold three workshops in February for small business owners.
ULM communication professor selected to present at Pôle Universitaire Léonard De Vinci International Week 2013
Dr. Peggy Bowers, assistant professor of communication at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, has been chosen to represent ULM at International Week 2013, hosted by French university Pôle Universitaire Léonard De Vinci (PULV).
Today, the international law firm Escamillo, Poneck and Cruz signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ULM as the newest company to join the innovative President's Academy - a five-day residential college preparatory program exclusive to academically motivated high school students. The academy - now in its second year - allows qualifying students to choose a career path and an externship with one of four corporate partners in exchange for one college credit.
Mass communication students at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will produce a new television series specifically focused on ULM news and events. On Thursday, Feb. 14, local television station KWMS - also known as Family Friendly Television (FFTV-18) - will launch Hawk TV.
Every day, when Camile Currier left campus for home, he asked himself one question: "Did I make a difference in a student’s life today?" After 37 years of service at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, Currier will retire from his position of Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs in March.
University of Louisiana at Monroe's Brooke Mohon, a senior political science major from New Orleans, won "Best Witness" after her sterling performance as Reggie Rodgers, a dive master on a scuba diving expedition that led to the death of the fictional Lee Allen. Mohon, who is part of ULM’s Mock Trial Team, portrayed the character in her team's first mock trial tournament in Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 26-27.