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Arts, Education, & Sciences
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Welcome to the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences

We offer the skills and knowledge you need for some of the most rewarding careers in the world.

We are a vital part of the university, serving students across a broad spectrum of disciplines and offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs at every level. In the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences, we are dedicated to the unique success and academic excellence of each and every student who walks through our doors.

We are made up of four academic units: the School of Education, dedicated to the preparation of outstanding teachers; the School of Humanities, studying the nuance and significance of history, languages, and communication; the School of Sciences, searching for solutions to problems in the natural world; and the School of Visual and Performing Arts, where vibrant performances and artwork challenge and inspire us. 

Our outstanding faculty and staff offer a supportive learning environment dedicated to preparing highly qualified professionals to meet the workforce demands of the community, the region and beyond. 

Recent College News


ULM Station Archaeologist Dr. Diana Greenlee named to The Explorers Club 50 Class of 2024

ULM Station Archaeologist, Dr. Diana Greenlee, has been named to the Explorers Club 50 Class of 2024 for her achievements at the Poverty Point World Heritage Site. The Explorers Club 50 chose to honor Dr. Greenlee because of her dedication to preserving the 3,400-year-old earthworks site and encouraging public knowledge surrounding Poverty Point's historical significance. Dr. Greenlee was nominated by Dr. Richard Wiese, the President Emeritus and Explorers Club 50 Chair.

ULM hosts Louisiana's inaugural KidWind Challenge

On Friday, February 2, 2024, ULM hosted the KidWind Challenge, a renewable, wind energy learning experience sponsored by Pattern Energy Group and held at Bayou Pointe Event Center. Over 75 students from Cedar Creek, Neville, and Sterlington middle schools attended to participate in activities that impart knowledge and hands-on exposure to the science behind renewable energy, specifically wind power.

ULM biology dept. partners with Delta Waterfowl for University Hunt Program

Three ULM wildlife biology students recently had their first duck hunting experience thanks to a partnership with Delta Waterfowl. The University Hunting Program provides students with first-hand experience of hunting culture and wildlife management. The ULM biology program was approached by Delta Waterfowl and offered the opportunity to establish the program at ULM. Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Ana Couvillion and Delta Waterfowl Hunter Recruitment Coordinator Aidan Flores were instrumental in bringing the program to ULM.

  

Specialties


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Museum of Natural History

Inducted into Louisiana's Heroes and Heritage Trail, the museum is a resource for scientists and the general public.

 


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The Hawkeye is an award-winning student newspaper and online news source of the University of Louisiana at Monroe. The Hawkeye print edition is available at newspaper racks strategically located around campus or view the news source online.

 

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91X- Radio is a student-operated radio broadcast service
of the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences
from the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

 

 


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