ULM News Center

  • ULM first in state to offer Pre-Educator Pathway to high school students
    The University of Louisiana Monroe is the first institution of higher learning in the state to offer a pre-educator pathway recognized by the Louisiana Department of Education. The program will be offered to high school students to give them an early start toward teacher certification upon graduation.
  • VAPA's Black Bayou Brass performs world premiere at national conference
    Black Bayou Brass, a resident faculty ensemble in the University of Louisiana Monroe School of Visual and Performing Arts, performed "Black Bayou Vignettes" for the first time on Oct. 12, 2019.
  • ULM OT faculty, students, graduates attend national convention
    The University of Louisiana Monroe was well represented at the 2019 American Occupational Therapy Association national conference in New Orleans. The entire faculty of the Master of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy Assistant programs, along with current students and graduates within these programs attended the conference. Six faculty members and five MOT graduates presented research.
  • Museum of Natural History welcomes speaker Oct. 22 for Archaeology Month
    In celebration of Archeology Month, the University of Louisiana Monroe Museum of Natural History welcomes environmental archaeologist Evan Peacock, Ph.D. He will present the seminar "One Shell of an Idea" at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22 in the orientation room of the museum on the first floor of Hanna Hall.
  • Veterans and art: ULM students bring color to living heroes
    In the summer, ULM students Stephanie Cogburn, Caitlin Lewis and Annie Luttrell started sharing their skills and talents by teaching art classes at the Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home.
  • ULM Online ranked as one of nation's best for 2020
    As its enrollment increases, so do the accolades achieved by ULM Online. One of the fastest-growing areas in higher education and at the University of Louisiana Monroe, ULM Online offers 16 bachelor's degrees, 14 master's degrees, two doctoral degrees, 4 online certification programs and one associate degree.
  • Blakely in top five teams in international competition
    Caitlyn Blakely, who is pursuing her Master of Public Administration at the University of Louisiana Monroe, participated in the NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition on Global Migration. The competition was hosted in 11 sites around the globe, with more than 660 students participating.
  • Health Studies students participate in foster parent training
    The Department of Health Studies in the College of Health Sciences provided a parent training session on healthy eating and nutrition for foster parent families at the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home.
  • VAPA hosting concerts on campus Monday and Tuesday
    Spectrum Winds of the United States Air Force Band of the West performs in the Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. Monday, October 7. The concert is free. The ULM Wind Ensemble will be in concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8 in Brown Theater. Soloists will be ULM faculty member Justin Havard and senior music performance major George Rogers. Conductors are Derle R. Long and Steven Pederson. The performance is free.
  • MLS students share experiences from American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science annual meeting
    Three University of Louisiana Monroe Medical Laboratory Science students, Monika Paneru, Mikayla Thompson and James Hollowell, attended the 87th meeting of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science in Charlotte, N.C., in June.
  • Dolecheck and Griswold write cover article on soft skills in health care
    Jessica Dolecheck and Paula Griswold, both of College of Health Sciences at the University of Louisiana Monroe, collaborated on the article "Realize the Value of Soft Skills in Healthcare," which was the cover story for the September 2019 issue of Healthcare Business Monthly by AAPC - Advancing the Business of Healthcare.
  • LCF endowed scholarship established to aid students impacted by cancer
    To assist University of Louisiana Monroe undergraduate students whose lives have been affected by cancer, the Louisiana Cancer Foundation has created a $50,000 endowed scholarship for cancer survivors, those undergoing treatment or with cancer in their immediate family which has led to financial hardship.
  • Building the future: School of Construction Management receives more than $154K
    The University of Louisiana Monroe welcomed some familiar faces to campus recently when members of the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors visited to present a check to the ULM Foundation for the School of Construction Management. The donation, made annually by the licensing board, was for $154,815.58.
  • ULM Water Ski Team gets boost in quest for 30th national championship
    In less than a month, the crew from the bayou will defend that title and compete against the other most talented student-athlete water skiers in the country for an unprecedented 30th national championship. The Warhawks will travel to Bell Acqua Lakes, Calif., near Sacramento, with one goal in mind: to out-ski everyone else. ULM recently gained an essential piece of equipment to help them ski faster and jump higher - a brand new 2020 MasterCraft ProStar with an Ilmor 6.0L engine. It is the first of its kind in Louisiana.
  • ULM, Centenary College create pathway for students seeking pharmacy degree
    Memorandum of understanding allows qualified students to interview for ULM Pharm.D. program A memorandum of understanding with the University of Louisiana Monroe and Centenary College in Shreveport has been established guaranteeing Centenary students an interview with the ULM College of Pharmacy for the Pharm. D. degree program, provided they have completed the required prerequisite courses and met the minimum application requirements.