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- ULM's Brown Stadium set for $5 million renovation
The University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors on Thursday gave approval for ULM to renovate Brown Stadium, including construction of a new track and soccer field at 340 Warhawk Way.
- Pharmacy Students Attend Opening of Legislature
ULM Pharmacy students were recently featured on Louisiana Hometown during the opening of the legislative session in Baton Rouge, La.
- Medical Laboratory Science faculty, students bring home awards from state meeting
Faculty members Melanie Chapman and Jessica Lasiter and 27 MLS students attended the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science of Mississippi and Louisiana 2017 Bi-State Annual Meeting in Baton Rouge April 4-7.
- 3 represent ULM at academic summit
Three University of Louisiana Monroe students participated in the Sixth Annual University of Louisiana System's Academic Summit held at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond March 30-31.
- ULM students present at LPSA conference
Students from the University of Louisiana at Monroe recently presented their research at the annual Louisiana Political Science Association conference in Natchitoches. The conference was hosted at Northwestern State University on April 8.
- Holi Festival is Tonight
- ULM Spring Break Closure Schedule
ULM announces the closure schedule for Spring Break 2017, Friday, April 14-Friday, April 21.
- Toxicology Doctoral Student Wins Burdock Award from Food Safety Section of National Society of Toxicology
Suresh Nagumalli, doctoral candidate for the Pharmacy Ph.D, Toxicology Track, was awarded the prestigious Burdock travel award by the Food Science Specialty Section of the Society of Toxicology (SOT) at the 2017 meeting in Baltimore.
- ULM VAPA to present Jazz Ensemble concert
The School of Visual and Performing Arts will present The Franky Russell Memorial Jazz Ensemble concert on Tuesday, April 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Brown Auditorium.
- 17th ULM Student Research Symposium Tuesday
The 17th annual ULM Student Research Symposium is Tuesday. Many activities are scheduled throughout the day. Students, faculty, staff and interested members of the public are invited to attend. • 8 a.m.: All research posters will be available for viewing in the 7th Floor Library, University Conference Center. • 9 a.m.: The School of Humanities will hold student oral presentations in the 1st Floor Library, Room 106. • 11:30 a.m.: The School of Behavior and Social Sciences will hold oral presentations in the 6th Floor Library, Media Room. • 2 p.m.: The School of Pharmacy will hold oral presentations in the 6th Floor Library, Media Room. • 4 p.m.: Dr. Bruno will present medals to the school winners. Refreshments will be served afterwards. The event is under the direction of Dr. Paul D. Wiedemeir, ULM Student Research Symposium Taskforce Chairman. ULM Student Research Symposium representatives by school include: School of Humanities, Dr. Jana Giles; School of Sciences, Dr. Ann Findley; School of Sciences, Dr. Srinivas Garlapati; School of Teacher Education, Dr. Dorothy Schween; School of Visual and Performing Arts, Dr. Derle Long; School of Accounting, Financial and Information Services, Dr. Deborah Golemon; School of Behavioral and Social Services, Dr. Jack Palmer; School of Management, Dr. Elizabeth Stammerjohan; School of Health Professions, Dr. Jennifer Whited; School of Nursing, Dr. Debra Craighead School of Pharmacy, Dr. Ron Hill; and School of Pharmacy, Dr. Paul Sylvester.
- Assault Awareness Month
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the University of Louisiana Monroe will host four events to raise public awareness and provide education on preventing sexual violence The events are presented by the WellSpring and several campus groups, including ULM Counseling Center, Femhawks, Title IX Task Force and Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc. Items for care packages for victims and survivors of sexual assault will be collected throughout the month. For lists of items needed, visit the Office of Recruitment, Sandel Hall 104 or Title IX Coordinator Office, Library 612. The events are scheduled as following: Monday: Sexual Assault Awareness Seminar at 5:30 p.m. in Nursing Auditorium. Tuesday: Visit the Quad with the Title IX Task Force, the Wellspring, and the Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event starts at 4 p.m. in the Quad with registration beginning at 3:30 p.m. April 26: Denim Day - Wear jeans to show solidarity with victims and survivors of sexual assault. The events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Jaleesa Harris at email@example.com or Melanie Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- CAES students bring home first place wins in poster contest
Two ULM graduate students from the School of Science in the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences placed first in the poster competition at the annual meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences in March.
- Book signing Tuesday for Dr. John Carr's "Amphibians & Reptiles of Louisiana"
A book signing by John L. Carr, Ph.D., for his new book, "Amphibians & Reptiles of Louisiana," is 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in room 250 of Hanna Hall at the University of Louisiana Monroe. The book was recently published by the LSU Press. Carr has held the Kitty DeGree Endowed Professorship in Biology since 2011 and is curator of the Division of Zoology of the ULM Museum of Natural History.
- ULM Academic Innovation Center hosts panel on ‘Collaboration Models for Teaching’
ULM Academic Innovation Center will host a panel discussion on "Collaboration Models for Teaching" in Walker 137 on April 10, 2017.
- ULM Wind Ensemble performs Wednesday
The University of Louisiana Monroe College of Visual and Performing Art's presents the ULM Wind Ensemble in its last public performance of the semester on Wednesday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m. in Brown Theater. The performance is free and open to the public.