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  • Spring Art Crawl Feb. 28 on ULM campus
    The College of Arts, Education, and Sciences at the University of Louisiana Monroe is hosting the Spring 2019 Art Crawl at several campus locations on Thursday, February 28, from 5-7 p.m. The exhibition in the CAES Dean's Conference Room will honor ULM's 50th anniversary as a university. Admission is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.
  • Kitty DeGree School of Nursing and School of Allied Health receive $26,000 grant from Living Well Foundation
    The University of Louisiana Monroe's Kitty DeGree School of Nursing and the Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy programs in the School of Allied Health in the College of Health Sciences, have been awarded a Living Well Foundation grant for the Mobile Bridge to Health for 2019. The grant is for $26,000.
  • ULM Wind Ensemble concert Feb. 26
    The ULM Wind Ensemble will perform their first concert of the Spring semester on Tuesday evening, February 26, at 7:30 pm in Brown Theater on the ULM campus. There is no admission charge for this performance. Conductors of the Wind Ensemble are Derle R. Long and Steven Pederson.
  • ULM Mock Trial Team headed to national championship for 5th year
    ULM News For the fifth straight year, the University of Louisiana Monroe's mock trial team finished as one the top teams at the American Mock Trial Association's (AMTA) Regional Tournament hosted by the University of Texas at Dallas on February 8-10 in Dallas, TX.
  • ULM hosts geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan at March 14 Lyceum
    The University of Louisiana Monroe Presidential Lyceum Series hosts what promises to be a fascinating Evening with Peter Zeihan on Thursday, March 14, 2019. ULM, in partnership with President Nick J. Bruno and the Office of Student Life, annually sponsors the Lyceum Series which brings newsmakers, celebrities and forward-thinking cultural experts such as Zeihan to campus. Zeihan is a geopolitical strategist, which means he helps people understand how the world works.
  • ULM Risk Management program ranked 9th in the country
    ULM's Risk Management and Insurance Program moved up from the 11th largest in 2017 to the 9th largest in the nation in 2018. Each year, Business Insurance, one of the top insurance industry news sources, ranks collegiate insurance programs by number of undergraduates majoring in risk management and insurance. For the fourth year in a row, the University of Louisiana Monroe's program was the largest in Louisiana and one of the largest in the Southeast, surpassing programs like University of Mississippi and Georgia State University.
  • "Nick and June Were Here" by ULM's Shalanda Stanley launches Feb. 12
    Cosmo magazine named "Nick and June Were Here" the #3 Young Adult book to be "obsessed" with in 2019. This new novel by University of Louisiana Monroe faculty member Shalanda Stanley, Ph.D., will make its debut at a book launch from 6-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 12, in ballroom A of the SUB. Stanley, a YA (Young Adult) author, is Interim Associate Director in the ULM School of Education.
  • ULM Mock Trial Team Wins Kangaroo Brawl
    The University of Louisiana Monroe's mock trial team won Austin College's 2nd Annual Kangaroo Brawl in Sherman, TX on January 26-27, 2019, for their third tournament win of the season. ULM's Maroon squad defeated Texas A&M University, University of Arkansas, and Austin College to finish with a 7-0-1 record. Additionally, ULM's Gold squad finished in fifth place and three students won best attorney awards - Isiah Chavis, Jorden Johnson, and Shelby Joyner.
  • Progressive change in lighting will help ULM and the environment
    Office of Marketing and Communications The University of Louisiana Monroe has been awarded a grant which will further the university's dedication to being a good steward of the environment. ULM received a $179,830 grant on Monday, Feb. 4, 2019, from Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell. The grant will fund installation of high-efficiency LED lights in some ULM buildings.
  • ULM's VAPA hosts Brass Day on February 8
    On Friday, February 8, the University of Louisiana Monroe School of Visual and Performing Arts will host the annual Brass Day, a free educational clinic for all brass players. Admission to all events is free.
  • ULM TRIO members visit high-tech science facility
    Thirty students from the University of Louisiana Monroe's TRIO male mentoring program - Raising Achievement in Male Students (RAMS), which serves male students and members of Richwood High School's Cyber Literacy class, participated in a career exploration and enrichment trip to the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) Science Center in Livingston, La., on Dec. 6, 2018.
  • Saulsberry serving on La. Empowering Families to Live Well Council
    Long-time educator and community advocate Dr. Pamela Saulsberry of the University of Louisiana Monroe attended the first meeting of the Empowering Families to Live Well Council on January 25 in the Governor's Press Room at the Louisiana State Capitol. Special guest was Gov. John Bel Edwards, who addressed the council at its inaugural meeting.
  • ULM Online among top 20 Master's in Counseling programs
    The Office of ULM Online is pleased to announce the Master's in Counseling has been recognized as one of the top 20 programs in the country, according to Human ServicesEdu.org. The ULM Online program is a Master of Science in Counseling with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
  • ULM open as usual on Tuesday
    ULM is open as usual today, Tuesday, Jan. 29, for classes and university operations. Any further information will be posted on ulm.edu or ULM social media. Please drive safely when traveling to and from campus
  • Winter Weather Advisory - Jan 28, 2018
    Please be aware that a potential mix of wintry weather is expected in the Ark-La-Miss region beginning late tonight. The current forecast also calls for freezing temperatures for tomorrow morning. Please use extreme caution when driving or walking during these conditions. ULM expects normal operations during this time, though we would like to remind the Warhawk Family that if a delay or closure of campus is expected, we will send notifications using the Warhawk Alert system, campus email, text messages, social media, and the home page of the ULM website (www.ulm.edu). If you need to update your contact information in the Warhawk Alert system, we strongly urge you to do so as soon as possible at the following link: http://ulm.edu/ens/.