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ULM News Center
  • ULM to host Fall Fusion this Friday
    The University of Louisiana Monroe's School of Visual and Performing Arts presents its popular Fall Dance Fusion concert Friday, November 17, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in ULM's Brown Auditorium.
  • Veterans Day: ULM salutes former aviation professor and alum and helicopter pilot Lt. Col. Ernie Bruce
    Lt. Col. Ernie Bruce served as a helicopter in Vietnam before coming to the University of Louisiana Monroe to lead the ROTC program. He earned his masters and went one to teach aviation. Today, in retirement, Bruce volunteers his time maintaining and repairing the Ouachita Council on Aging on Ferrand Street. He was named OCA 2017 Volunteer of the Year.
  • KEDM's Policy and a Pint forum discusses small business in a dot com world Tuesday.
    Join 90.3 KEDEM Public Radio for their continuing series Policy and a Pint on Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. at Enoch's Irish Pub and Grill.
  • Locally produced 'Dinosauria' documentary premiers Thursday at ULM
    The University of Louisiana Monroe will premiere "Dinosauria," a short documentary film focusing on Tyrannosaurus rex and the importance of geological history, on Thursday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. in Hanna Hall 337.
  • ULM vs Florida State Rescheduled for Dec. 2nd
    Florida State will host ULM on Dec. 2 in Doak Campbell Stadium, FSU Vice President and Director of Athletics Stan Wilcox announced Tuesday. The game was rescheduled after the original date of Sept. 9 was canceled due to Hurricane Irma.
  • ULM to honor veterans with ceremony Thursday, Nov. 9
    The University of Louisiana Monroe will host its annual ULM Veterans Day Appreciation Ceremony at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 9 in the University Conference Center, located on the 7th floor of the ULM Library.
  • Miss ULM 2018 to be crowned Nov. 10
    The 2018 Miss University of Louisiana Monroe Pageant is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. in Brown Auditorium on the ULM campus.
  • ULM represented at Human Sciences Institute Conference
    CSS doctoral candidate, Joan Collins Harwood, delivered a presentation on her dissertation topic, "Spiritual Fire: Infusing Love into the Discourse of Family Therapy." Likewise, CSS graduate, Roxanne Bourque, Ph.D., shared research from her dissertation, "Young Minds on Fire: Systemic Change Makes a Difference in Early Teaching." CSS graduate, Karen McClendon, Ph.D., contributed a political presentation, "Two Sides, One Country: How Systemic Thinking Creates a Context for Societal Change." ULM Instructors Jocelyn Chapman, Ph.D., and Bethany Simmons, Ph.D, co-presented "Feeding the Ouroboros: Gregory Bateson's Food for Thought and Thoughtfulness." Chapman discussed what Gregory Bateson had to say about "thought" and "thinking" and how this relates to "thoughtfulness" and Simmons shared how these ideas are at the heart of the origin of family systems therapy and how they are applicable not only in therapeutic practice, but also thinking about larger social systems and our participation in them.
  • ULM's TRIO intent on taking young men from high school to college
    Since 2014, the University of Louisiana Monroe TRIO Program-Educational Talent Search, in partnership with Parks Community Support Services, Inc., has sponsored a Raising Achievement of Male Students (RAMS) mentoring program.
  • Hecht recital 5:30 p.m. Thursday; master class 11 a.m.
    Brian Hecht of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will present a bass trombone recital at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 2 in Brown Auditorium.Dr. Richard Seiler, Professor of Music in the School of Visual and Performing Arts, will accompany Hecht on piano.
  • ULM's School of Construction Management to receive $97,000 Thursday
    The University of Louisiana Monroe's School of Construction Management will accept a check for $97,000 from the Louisiana Licensing Board for Construction Management at a press conference Thursday. The event will be in the Media Room on the sixth floor of the ULM Library.
  • Brian Hecht to present recital, master class Thursday
    Brian Hecht of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will present a bass trombone recital at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 2 in Brown Auditorium. Dr. Richard Seiler, Professor of Music, will accompany Hecht on piano. Hecht will present a master class with the low brass studio at 11 a.m. in Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall. S.E. Shires Custom Brass Instruments and The Band House from West Monroe will be exhibited in Biedenharn room 209 throughout the day.
  • ULM Ski Team wins 28th National Championship
    The University of Louisiana Monroe Water Ski Team traveled to Bennett's Water Ski and Wakeboard School in Zachary, La., to compete in the 38th national championship of the National Collegiate Water Ski Association. The Warhawks tallied 12,165 points in winning their second consecutive and 28th overall national team title since the inception of the tournament in 1979.
  • Forum on 'Higher Education: The Future of Louisiana' set for Nov. 2
    The University of Louisiana Monroe Faculty and Staff senates will host a forum, "Higher Education: The Future of Louisiana," on Thursday, Nov. 2, which is Higher Education Day in Louisiana.   The forum is at 2 p.m. in Sandel Hall, room 238.   Guests scheduled to discuss the challenges and strengths of higher education in the state -- with an emphasis on ULM -- are President Nick J. Bruno, Sen. Francis Thompson (D-Delhi), Rep. Katrina Jackson (D-Monroe), Courtney Hornsby, president of the West Monroe West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce, Ash Aulds of CenturyLink, Joshua Stockley, Faculty Senate President, Katherine Dawson, Staff Senate President and SGA President Bryce Bordelon.
  • It's official: ULM Doppler weather radar scanning the skies
    At a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, Oct. 25, University of Louisiana Monroe officials announced that the $3 million polarimetric Doppler weather radar is fully operational and actively scanning the skies of northeastern Louisiana and the surrounding area. The event was at the ULM Doppler radar site on U.S. 80. In 2012, ULM was awarded a $3 million grant through the Louisiana Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOSHEP) to acquire a Doppler weather radar. In 2015, Enterprise Electronics Corporation was awarded the winning bid to manufacture and construct ULM's Doppler weather radar.