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Tina Mullone, assistant professor of dance in the University of Louisiana at Monroe's School of Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA), has earned a spot on the Regional Board of the American College Dance Association (ACDA) for the second time.
Andre Lewis--a student in the online creative systemic studies Ph.D. program at the University of Louisiana at Monroe--has added to his academic portfolio with recent publications, and a presentation in Arkansas.
GraduatePrograms.com--an online resource for students searching for top-ranked graduate schools--released its annual "Best Online Schools and Graduate Programs" list. Based on rankings and reviews by over 25,000 students in over 600 programs, the University of Louisiana at Monroe's online graduate school (eULM) ranked at number 12 in the nation for best overall graduate school.
Dr. Lesli Pace, associate professor and coordinator of the communication program at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, was recently selected to present two papers at the annual Museum of Motherhood Academic Conference in New York.
Dr. James Layfield, assistant professor of low brass in the School of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, was chosen as the new Low Brass Mentor for the Hot Springs Music Festival in Hot Springs, Ark.
Dr. Terry L. Jones, professor of history at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, began his journey as a regular contributor for the New York Times in 2011 as the publication embarked on its online "Disunion" series. "Disunion" details the Civil War through diary entries, photographs, and historical accounts.
Melinda F. Matthews, University of Louisiana at Monroe Interlibrary Loan/Reference Librarian recently wrote two new book reviews.
The Louisiana Small Business Development Center (LSBDC) at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will offer four free workshops as part of their week-long celebration of small business. The organization is also premiering a new-look as part of a nation-wide rebranding effort.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe's annual spring Commencement Ceremony was held today in Fant-Ewing Coliseum in front of adoring family and friends, and ULM faculty, staff, and administration. Over 770 students earned degrees.