ULM alum Joe Profit to culminate Black History Month Celebration
University of Louisiana at Monroe alum and former NFL running back Dr. Joe Profit (B.S. ‘71)—who recently published, “Fields of Success – Raised Expectations”—will give a lecture as part of ULM’s Black History Month Celebration.
The lecture will begin at 7 p.m., on Thursday, Feb. 28., in the ULM Conference Center, located on the seventh floor of the ULM Library.
The event is free and open to the public. A reception will follow Profit’s lecture.
“We are pleased to have Dr. Joe Profit come back to ULM and speak to the campus and the community,” said Dr. Wayne Brumfield, vice president of Student Affairs at ULM.
“His accomplishments on the football field and as an entrepreneur, businessman, and author speak volumes to his perseverance, dedication and the hard work he has committed himself to, to ensure personal success in his life.”
Profit's lecture cuminates a month of educational and entertaining events—from music and the arts to speakers and exhibits—in honor of Black History Month.
“I am very pleased about the quality of the programming offered at ULM in observance of Black History Month,” said Dr. Wayne Brumfield, Vice President for Student Affairs at ULM.
“The community, our faculty, staff, and students will enjoy and learn from the variety of speakers and programs. I appreciate the hard work of the planning committees and their efforts to bring exposure to the accomplishments of African Americans in our great country.”
Other Black History Month events scheduled include:
Monday, Feb. 25: Ernest James Hill will speak at 7 p.m. in the University Conference Center, located on the seventh floor of the ULM Library. Hill is a critically acclaimed author, and President and CEO of Ernest Hill Enterprises.
According to his newsletter, the company serves to promote Hill’s literary works and to speak messages of faith, hope, and redemption to the consciousness of his readers. Reviews of Hill’s work have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Publisher’s Weekly, the Philadelphia Tribune, Kirkus Review, and Book-list.
He lectures widely and has made numerous national radio and television appearances. A reception will follow, and refreshments will be served.
Tuesday, Feb. 26: At 7 p.m. in SUB Ballroom A, the ULM Department of Communication will present the Traveling Scholar Artist Series featuring Dr. Javon L. Johnson.
Johnson is the Artistic Director of “Say Word,” an organization that mentors teenagers and promotes creative self-expression through spoken word poetry in Los Angeles, Calif. Johnson merges race and gender theory with comedy, lyricism, and rhyme schemes.
He has appeared on HBO’s “Def Poetry Jam,” BET’s “Lyric Café,” TVOne’s “Verses & Flow,” and he has co-authored a documentary titled “Crossover,” which aired on Showtime, in collaboration with the NBA and Nike. A reception will follow, and refreshments will be served.
Wednesday, Feb. 27: At 7 p.m. in SUB Ballroom A, ULM’s Campus Activities Board will present Dr. Peter Q. John’s “Free Dreams.” John hosts a weekly radio talk show, focusing on personal and self-responsibility.
Earlier Black History Month events included:
- Ernest Cubit (B.S. ’87) of Texas Industries spoke on Feb. 4. Cubit, born and raised in Natchez, Miss., is the General Manger of the Expanded Shale of Clay (ESC) Business Unit of TXI, based in Dallas, Texas. He leads a nationwide team of over 150 individuals and 20 distributors who manufacture and sell Expanded Shale and Clay Aggregates throughout the Western United States.
- The “African American Contributions to the World” event took place Feb. 6. The event showcased contributions from African Americans in the areas of science, history, education, politics, and the arts. Dr. Donald Wayne Smith (B.A. ’67) provided students and community members insight into his life.
- “A Celebration of African Americans in the Arts Concert” was held Feb. 7, featuring music and dance composed and choreographed by African American musicians and choreographers. Visiting artists included Dr. Valerie Francis, professor of voice at Nicholls State University, Dr. Wilfred Delphin, Artist in Residence at Xavier University in New Orleans, and Composer Stacey V. Gibbs of Detroit, Mich.
- Dr. LaVelle Hendricks, (B.A. ’83) assistant professor of Counseling at Texas A&M Commerce, spoke on Feb. 18. Hendricks is a ULM alum and former Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “Man of the Year." He has written five books and specializes in alcohol and drug addiction counseling. Hendricks is president of the Commerce Texas Rotary Club.
- On Feb. 20 Dr. Wayne Brumfield, Vice President for Student Affairs at ULM, spoke on the topic: “Why we remember and celebrate Black History.” This event was sponsored by ULM’s National Panhellenic Council.
- The “Black History Arts Exhibition” was held Feb. 21 at 5 p.m. in the University Conference Center, and featured the work of both local and ULM artists.
- A Gospel Concert was held Feb. 24 in the Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall. The ULM Interdenominational Ensemble, Little Flower Catholic Church Choir, and the Zion Travelers Male Chorus performed. The theme for this year’s concert was “Redemption Songs.”
ULM President's Academy announces new corporate partner
The international law firm Escamilla, Poneck & Cruz, LLP has partnered 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.
New grant boosts ULM communications department; funds first 3D animation course
ULM assistant professor of communication John Rodriguez (in background) works with a student during a web design class.
To provide better facilities, equipment, and a new 3D animation course for students pursuing careers in digital media, John Rodriguez, assistant professor of communication at ULM, was awarded the ULM Student Technology Access Plan grant totaling $27,081.
“The grant will help us expand the digital media course offerings, add more seats in the classrooms, and provide new equipment like eight new, high-end Mac computers, new camera equipment to help produce content and make upgrades to existing video production software and equipment,” said Rodriguez.
The grant also provides the department the ability to offer new experiences for students. In fall 2013, a new 3D animation course—a first for ULM—will be offered as a digital media elective and will be available for any ULM student to take.
ULM mass comm students produce television programs for new Hawk TV
Mass communication students at the University of Louisiana at Monroe now produce a new television series specifically focused on ULM news and events. On Feb. 14, local television station KWMS— also known as Family Friendly Television (FFTV-18)— launched Hawk TV.
Sharon Cummings, a mass communications major from Choudrant, said, “Our school is amazing, and now with Hawk TV, we will be able to show all of the different aspects that makes being a Warhawk so great!”
The types of television programs featured in Hawk TV—produced in the Stubbs Hall Digital Media Lab—will vary, but all will be student-driven creations.
ULM Assistant Professor of Mass Communications John Rodriguez said he is most excited about “Discover ULM,” a bi-weekly broadcast that will spotlight a ULM professor, program, or student. “In the Studio,” also bi-weekly, will consist of a five to 10-minute discussion with professors, students, and other university representatives concerning any and all interesting happenings around ULM.
On a weekly basis, Hawk TV will broadcast both hard and soft news, ULM sporting events, and “ULM Fastbreak,” which will notify viewers of the weekly schedule of events on campus.
For more Good News about ULM, visit the ULM News Center!
Fall 2012 graduates – order your yearbook today!
Congratulations on your recent graduation! You will want to remember your time fondly at ULM, and what better way to do that than with a Chacahoula yearbook.
If you're interested in receiving a copy, please email a request to email@example.com and we'll ship you one free of charge.
In your email, just be sure to include your name and the address where you want the book shipped.
If you have any questions, you can also call the office of Student Publications at 318-342-5450.
With gasoline prices still high and perhaps on the rise, as well as increasing reports about the impact of greenhouse gases on the environment, now is the time to rethink how you typically maintain and operate your vehicles. Try following these tips to increase your fuel efficiency:
- Consider a hybrid car that uses less gas, creates less pollution, and gets better mileage.
- Avoid idling for more than 30 seconds. Save gas by turning off your engine.
- Eliminate excess weight from your trunk and luggage racks.
- Use air conditioning conservatively to consume less fuel and decrease emissions.
- Avoid “jackrabbit” stops and starts that can dramatically reduce mileage on the highway and in the city.
- Follow the recommendations for fuel octane in your manual and only use higher octane gas if it’s recommended.
- Use “energy-conserving” motor oil that contains friction-reducing additives to improve fuel economy. Conform to the manufacturer’s recommendation when changing oil.
- Keep your tires properly inflated to save 2-3% in fuel economy. Tires can lose one pound of pressure per month.
- Follow a preventative maintenance schedule according to your manual’s guidelines to enhance engine performance.
For more information, please visit at www.libertymutual.com/ulmaa
Travel the World with your Fellow Alums!
See the world and travel with your fellow alums! The ULM Alumni Association has partnered with other Louisiana Alumni Associations to offer you the best in world travel packages.
Some travel packages are cruises, others are excursions, but all of them offer a memorable travel experience you won't forget!
To find out more about available travel packages, just click a destination below or visit ulm.edu/alumni/travel
ULM Alumni Association expands Social Media tools
Social media is a great way to stay in contact with fellow alums and the university. ULM and the ULM Alumni Association currently uses various social media outlets such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and RSS feeds to help you stay connected!
The ULM ALumni Association has assembled a listing of various alumni chapters with a Social Media presence.
Visit ULM's Social Media page - ulm.edu/socialmedia - for a complete list of the many types of Social Media you can use.
ULM Member Health Plans, brought to you by Affinity Program Partners and administered by JLBG Health bring you choice and flexibility when designing your personal health plan while providing potential savings of thousands of dollars annually.
ALL ULM Member Health Plans NOW include:
- Coverage for as little as 30 days or permanent coverage to age 65
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"Discover ULM" Magazine now available
The latest edition of the "Discover ULM" magazine is now available.
Inside you'll find in-depth stories on the 1987 National Championship football "Team of Destiny"; Beyond the Classroom: ULM's Partnerships and Collaborations, and the 2012 President's Report.
There's much more about ULM, your fellow alums and maybe even you in this interactive online edition!
Read The Hawkeye online!
Be sure to read the latest edition of the Hawkeye, the official student newspaper of the University of Louisiana at Monroe, at www.ulmhawkeyeonline.com.
There you'll find the latest breaking news, sports, photos, polls and in-depth features you can’t find anywhere else.
If a story grabs your attention, you can also leave a comment in our “talk back” section online. Then check the next week’s edition to see if your comment made it in print.
Of course, you can follow The Hawkeye on Facebook and Twitter, too. Thanks for your support, and keep reading the Hawkeye!
Have you ordered your ULM class ring yet?
Each step along they way, from student involvement to enjoying athletic and cultural events on campus, to your pursuit of academic excellence, has been filled with enough memories to last a lifetime.
Your journey now brings you to this moment in your ULM life — your eligibility to purchase and wear the official ULM class ring. ULM undergraduates with at least 90 hours towards graduation are eligible to wear the ULM class ring.
Wear it with pride as you begin the next great journey in your life.
Keep up with all the "scoop" on ULM Athletics
Visit this Warhawk Fan Web site to keep up with all the "scoop" on ULM Athletics.
Warhawk Report - The Warhawkreport.com is a part of the Rivals.com network that covers ULM Athletics and Recruiting. This alumni ran site is a way for fans to keep up with the latest news on the Warhawks and interact with other Warhawk fans on its message boards.
Subscriptions are $9.99 a month or $99.95 for an entire year which grants access to all sites on the Rivals Network so you can follow competing schools also.
For more information contact ULM alum Dusty Thibodeaux (BGS '06) at firstname.lastname@example.org
ULM's Career Connections offer employment services
The Office of Career Connections & Experiential Education at ULM (formerly Career Services) has an online job posting service serving ULM students and alumni.
The Web site, ulm.edu/careerconnections allows employers to post part-time and full-time positions as well as internship opportunities.
Anyone may browse the jobs, however, an active Campus Wide Identification number (CWID) will be needed to apply online. Alumni that graduated more than five (5) years ago should call Career Connections at 318-342-5338 to apply for positions.
Log onto ulm.edu/careerconnections and click on "Students: Browse & Apply for Jobs & Internships."
Employers will also find on the Career Connections Web site the link "Employers Submit Job or Internship" in order to post any job openings or internship opportunities at their organization. The Web site currently has over 800 positions available.
Visit ulm.edu/careerconnections for tips about resume preparation and interviewing skills. Please call 318-342-5338 for an appointment.
Help Fund ULM Scholarships with a Warhawk Plate!
When you purchase a Warhawk license plate, part of the proceeds help fund scholarships for future Warhawks.
And if you have an older NLU plate, you can even retain that plate number with your new ULM Warhawks plate!
For more information and to order your new Warhawk license plate, visit ulm.edu/alumni/licenseplate.
Mary Agnes (Bailey) Chase, 78, of Monticello, Ark., - July 19, 2012
Linda "LuLu" (Posey) Cusimano (BA '58), of Slidell - January 8, 2013
For more information about your Alumni Association, visit ulm.edu/alumni!
All About You! spotlights the many accomplishments of our great alumni. Send your accomplishments and successes to email@example.com, and please include a photo!
Dr. David Bechler (M.S. '74) studied under ULM Emeritus Professor of Biology Dr. Neil H. Douglas while earning his M.S. in biology at then-NLU. Bechler is now a biology professor at Valdosta (Ga.) State University
While performing a survey with the Georgia Department of Natural Resourses, he and VSU graduate student Josh Salter found a new blackbanded sunfish population – the first new population in Georgia since 1980 – and confirmed another not documented since 2001.
The findings will help conserve a fish state-listed in Georgia as endangered and considered an indicator of the health of the natural ecosystems it inhabits.
Jeff D. Chapman, (B.A. '94) offers quick and easy methods for adolescents to develop strong "spiritual shields" with his new book, "Don't Forget Your Shield!"
Chapman, of Kenwood, Ark., has enjoyed a lengthy career as a Licensed Therapist. During that time, he has provided therapy for many young people and families.
In 2005, he was named Horizon's National Clinician of the Year for his work as a social worker and therapist.
Upcoming Campus Events
Wednesday, Feb. 27 – ULM Wind Ensemble Concert in Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall at 7:30 P.M. For more information, contact Deb Lindley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 318-342-3248.
LSBDC at ULM to host workshop series helping small businesses accelerate sales and increase profits
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 of Commerce, presents “Accelerating Your Sales: Build a Plan for Profit,” March 5 - April 16, at Col. William T. Hemphill Hall, located on the ULM campus. This workshop series is limited to the first 20 registrants.
There is a $125 fee to attend, which includes course materials and light refreshments. To register for the workshop, visit www.lsbdc.org/ulm or call 318-342-1224. Full payment in advance is needed to reserve a spot. Checks should be mailed and made payable to the LA SBDC, 700 University Ave., Monroe, LA 71209.
Sound of Today / Choir headed to Dublin, Ireland
The ULM Band and Choir has been invited by the Lord Mayor of Dublin to participate in the 2013 St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. The ULM marching band, the Sound of Today, first participated in this festival in 2009.
While in Ireland, the band will be marching in the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day parade and festival and the choir will be performing in St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
The band and choir will combine in Limerick to perform on the steps of city hall all to represent Northeast Louisiana and ULM.
Other opportunities include seeing the “Book of Kells” at Trinity College in Dublin, kissing the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle, and viewing the majestic Cliffs of Moher.
The Sound of Today is ULM’s largest and most visible spirit group on campus.
The Sound of Today participates in all home football events as well as community events such as the Monroe-West Monroe Mardi Gras parade, CenturyLink Diversity Week celebrations, and the Winnsboro Christmas parade, as wellas many other area events.
For more information on how you can help support this trip, please contact Dr. Jason Rinehart 342-1580 or Dr. Deborah Chandler 342-1481.
Former ULM broadcasting director wins prestigious award named in his honor
Joel Willer, former director of university broadcasting at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, was recently presented with the first ever College Broadcasters, Inc. award for “Exceptional Dedication and Service to Student Electronic Media,” at the National Electronic Media Convention in Atlanta, Ga.
The new award is named after Willer and will be presented to a new recipient each year.
“This award from now forward will be called the ‘College Broadcasters, Inc. Joel Willer Award,’ and there is no better person to recognize as the first recipient than the person this award is named for: a person who wrote the original CBI by-laws, has been a legal resource for hundreds on the [CBI] listserv, and is a lobbyist in Washington, D.C in support of webcasting and other issues affecting student media, among other activities,” said CBI immediate past president Warren Kozireski in announcing the award.
Kozireski continued, “And, as if that wasn't enough, until recently he was also running his own student station operation that has resulted in dozens of students entering the professional broadcasting business as prepared professionals.”
ULM College of Pharmacy announces second year of PEP
The College of Pharmacy at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will admit a select group of incoming freshmen for Fall 2013 to the PEP (Provisional Entry Program). The application process begins April 1 and ends June 1.
The program, established in 2012, is a three-year program designed to attract high achieving high school seniors who are interested in pursuing pharmacy careers. Twelve students were admitted through the PEP program in August 2012.
College of Pharmacy Dean Dr. Benny Blaylock said the “primary advantage” of the PEP program is the opportunity for pre-pharmacy students to avoid a highly competitive application process into the professional pharmacy program.
“Students who meet the initial requirements and maintain the academic requirements during their pre-pharmacy program can avoid the competitive selection process for admission into the professional pharmacy program. This is significant in that there are 200-300 applicants for the 100 positions available,” Blaylock said.
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Todd Berry to be honored as Outstanding Coach of the Year
The S. M. McNaughton Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame will honor ULM head coach Todd Berry as its recipient of the 2012 Outstanding Coach of the Year award.
Berry will be honored at a banquet held at the East Ridge Country Club in Shreveport, La., on Thursday, February 28.
Tickets for the event are $35 per ticket and those wishing to purchase tickets or obtain more information should contact Toni Goodin at 318-347-4453.
A meet and greet will begin at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:45 p.m.
The award Berry is receiving honors a collegiate coach who has shown superior abilities in coaching and has demonstrated sportsmanship, integrity and character in coaching intercollegiate athletics and amateur football.
The third-year head coach was named the Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year as well as the Coach of the Year by the Louisiana Sports Writer's Association after guiding the Warhawks to an FBS-era best eight wins.
The squad made its bowl debut in the 2012 AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl in Shreveport against Ohio on December 28, 2012.
The Warhawks also posted an FBS-era best five-game win streak from September 29 – October 27 as they improved to 6-2 overall and 4-0 in league play. During the stretch, ULM defeated Tulane (away), Middle Tennessee (away), Florida Atlantic (home), Western Kentucky (away) and South Alabama (home).
ULM's season was also highlighted by an upset win in overtime over then-No. 8 Arkansas on Sept. 8 in Little Rock. The Warhawks were named the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week on Sept. 10.
Baseball season tickets now on sale
Looking to build off a 2012 baseball season that set a new attendance record and included a Sun Belt Conference championship and NCAA Regionals appearance, ULM announced its 2013 baseball ticket packages, which include affordable season options and valuable single-game choices.
Season tickets for the Warhawks’ 29-game home schedule in 2013 begin at only $75 for reserved seats and include a 20-ticket-good-any-game flex pack for $100 while the frequent flyer pass, which is valid for all ULM athletic events, can still be purchased for $125.
“We hope to top last year’s record attendance mark, and that starts with a firm foundation of season ticket sales,” said Adam Jonson, assistant athletic director for tickets & operations. “Our reserved sections were more than 90 percent sold last season, and upping those areas to capacity is a focal point.”
On gamedays, single-game tickets range from $10 for reserved benchback (based on availability) to a $8 general admission for adults and $4 general admission for youth (ages 4-17). Ages 3-under are admitted at no cost.
Group rates of 20 tickets or more are also available. Several unique and fun special events packages are also available to entertain your group at Warhawk Field.
Ranging from youth birthday parties to company outings and tailgating events, groups can enjoy discounted ticket rates, opportunities to toss the first pitch from the mound and in-game public address recognition. Contact the ticket office for details on group packages.
Fans may also opt to join the Diamond Club, which provides supplemental funds to the baseball program for crucial aspects of operations such as recruiting, facility enhancement and obtaining the most up-to-date equipment.
A $150 membership carries tax benefits and allows the opportunity to purchase a season-long parking pass in the first base parking lot for $50.
ULM, Wake Forest agree to home-and-home series; Warhawks release 2013 football schedule
ULM has reached an agreement with Wake Forest for a home-and-home series and the two schools will meet in Winston-Salem, N.C. on September 14. Wake Forest will make the return trip to Monroe in 2014 and the matchup between the Warhawks and the Demon Deacons will serve as the home opener for ULM.
"I think with the success of the Baylor game this past season, it is significant that we are able to bring quality teams to Malone Stadium," said head football coach Todd Berry.
"Coach Jim Grobe has done an incredible job at Wake Forest and he puts a great team on the field each year. They have been a factor in the ACC for several years and they have had some tremendous seasons. We are very excited about playing against a great team."
The inaugural meeting with Wake Forest pushes ULM's non-conference schedule to five games as the Warhawks filled the vacant spot left by the early departures by Middle Tennessee and Florida Atlantic.
"We're excited about this home and home arrangement with Wake Forest," said director of athletics, Bobby Staub.
"This is a tremendous way to open the 2014 campaign in Monroe and it will be something I know our students, alumni and the community at large will be looking forward to and support as they did the Baylor game from this past season."
ULM will also battle Oklahoma (Norman, Okla.; Aug. 31), Grambling State (Malone Stadium; Sept. 7), Baylor (Waco, Texas; Sept. 21) and Tulane (Malone Stadium; Sept. 28) during the non-conference season.
"When you look at our schedule it is a very competitive schedule," Berry added.
"The 2013 schedule allows us to showcase our abilities. The conference lineup is great and our non-conference slate allows us to gain national exposure. After the success we had last season, it gives us a chance for a follow up as we again will play on a national stage. It will be a great challenge that our players are very much looking to."
The conference will have eight football playing members in 2013, meaning the Warhawks will battle all seven conference foes. ULM will welcome Arkansas State, Georgia State, and Western Kentucky to Malone Stadium, while making trips to South Alabama, Texas State, Troy and UL-Lafayette.
For information on season tickets for the 2013 season, please contact the ULM Ticket Office at 318-342-3ULM.
2013 ULM Football Schedule:
Aug. 31 – at Oklahoma
Sept. 7 – Grambling State
Sept. 14 – at Wake Forest
Sept. 21 – at Baylor
Sept. 28 – Tulane
TBD – Arkansas State
TBD – Georgia State
TBD – at South Alabama
TBD – at Texas State
TBD – at Troy
TBD – at UL-Lafayette
TBD – Western Kentucky
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The ULM Athletic Foundation helps raise awareness and financial support for the Warhawk athletic programs, positively promote all athletic events, grow our fan and donor base, and enhance the lives of over 300 student-athletes.
There are five ways you can help ULM Athletics!
1. Become and active member of the ULM Athletic Foundation and “Give 110%” of your previous year’s giving.
2. Make a gift toward scholarship endowments or facility upgrades
3. Match your gift through ULM's matching gift program. Visit ulm.edu/giftmatch for more info.
5. Include ULM Athletics when preparing or revising your will or estate plan.
And don't forget several new exciting membership programs: the "Young Grads" program and the "Jr. Warhawk" program.
More information about the ULM Athletic Foundation can be found at www.gowarhawks.net.
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