ULM News Center

  • ULM urges Warhawk Family to prepare for severe weather Friday-Saturday
    The National Weather Service has issued a severe weather alert for all of north, central and Northeast Louisiana, including the University of Louisiana Monroe campus and community.
  • President's and Dean's List recognizes academic achievement in Fall 2019
    The University of Louisiana Monroe announces the students on the President's and Dean's List for the Fall 2019 semester.
  • ULM trains La. law enforcement, firefighters, first responders in drone technology
    A University of Louisiana Monroe social media hashtag is #takeflight - and that's happened when a select group of Louisiana law enforcement, firefighters and first responders were trained in drone technology by the team from the ULM Precision AG and UAS Research Center.
  • Jazz world takes note of VAPA trumpet student Solomon Abang
    Jazz Education Network has recognized University of Louisiana Monroe trumpet performance major Solomon Temitope Abang " ... as an aspiring jazz trumpeter, educator, composer, and vocalist" and awarded him the prestigious 2020 David Baker Scholarship.
  • La. Cancer Foundation donates $10K for ULM breast cancer research
    The Louisiana Cancer Foundation has a 14-year tradition of supporting breast cancer research at the University of Louisiana Monroe, helping to fund the work of Paul W. Sylvester, Ph.D., associate dean of research in the College of Pharmacy. LCF Executive Director James Adams, joined by Assistant Director Donna Jackson, Louisiana Cancer Foundation League President Mary Linda McCann and Board Chairman Nell Seegers, met with Sylvester Monday, Dec. 16, 2019, to present him with a check for $10,000.
  • New ULM nursing scholarship honors longtime professor Nancy Lowery
    Retired University of Louisiana Monroe professor of nursing Nancy Albright Lowery was the guest of honor Monday, Dec. 16, 2019, at an event announcing the establishment of a scholarship in her honor. Hosted by the ULM Foundation at the Laird Weems Center, Lowery was surrounded by family and friends gathered to celebrate the occasion.
  • 770 degrees awarded to ULM graduates; university sets historic graduation rate
    Friends and family joined the graduates of the University of Louisiana Monroe on Saturday, Dec. 14 for the Summer/Fall 2019 Commencement Ceremony in Fant-Ewing Coliseum. A total of 770 degrees were awarded.
  • ULM Summer/Fall 2019 Commencement is Saturday, Dec. 14 at 10 a.m.
    The University of Louisiana Monroe presents the Summer/Fall Commencement Ceremony 2019 at 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 14. The ceremony is in Fant-Ewing Coliseum. President Nick J. Bruno, Jr., Ph.D., will confer 772 degrees (204 summer and 568 fall) upon 766 graduates. There are 40 associate's degrees, 524 bachelor's degrees, one Doctor of Pharmacy degree; 191 master's degrees; eight Doctor of Education degrees and eight Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The guest speaker will be Louisiana Commissioner of Higher Education Dr. Kim Hunter Reed.
  • ULM reaffirmed through 2029 - University enters 65th year of continuous accreditation
    The University of Louisiana Monroe has received official confirmation of institutional accreditation for the next 10 years from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. The reaffirmation of accreditation, which ULM has held continuously since 1955, was officially announced on Dec. 10, 2019, by the SACSCOC Board of Trustees during their annual meeting in Houston.
  • Latest rankings confirm ULM Online as one of the nation's best
    Earning a college degree online is more than taking a class or two. It is a commitment requiring the discipline to study and the mindset to succeed. As people are turning to online learning for convenience, affordability, flexibility and degrees in high-demand fields, the University of Louisiana Monroe is receiving increased national recognition for programs offered through ULM Online.
  • ULM's 90.3 KEDM gives the 'Joy of Learning' to area students
    KEDM Public Radio, 90.3 FM, at the University of Louisiana Monroe is providing books to second and third grade students at area schools as part of the "Give the Joy of Learning" year-end fundraising campaign. The campaign, now in its fourth year, provides books to second and third graders in three parishes in Northeast Louisiana. The campaign aims to impact 2,000 students in 12 schools.
  • John Herrock receives grant to develop material for OSHA website
    The Office of Sponsored Programs and Research announces the University of Louisiana Monroe has received Louisiana's first Susan Harwood Training Grant funded by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. John Herrock, director of the Asbestos and Mold Analysis Lab in the ULM College of Pharmacy, received $31,396 to develop training and educational materials for the OSHA website, osha.gov.
  • VAPA voice majors deliver outstanding performances at conference
    Nine voice majors in the University of Louisiana Monroe School of Visual and Performing Arts participated in the Southern Region National Association of Teachers of Singing Conference and Student Auditions held Nov. 6-9, at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Ark. The NATS Southern Region encompasses Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi.
  • Team Gibson and Johnson win Inspirathon Integrated Marketing Campaign
    University of Louisiana Monroe students Justin Gibson and Isaac Johnson won the Inspirathon Integrated Marketing Campaign contest by designing a campaign to reduce underage drinking in Northeast Louisiana.
  • ULM's Diana Greenlee leading team using advanced GPR at Poverty Point
    The last week in November at Poverty Point World Heritage Site, ULM adjunct professor and station archaeologist Diana Greenlee, Ph.D., and a team of visiting archaeologists and scientists are conducting cutting-edge research using high-resolution 3-D ground penetrating radar to explore the West Plaza Rise. On Saturday, Nov. 30, the public is invited to see the 3-D GPR in action.