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  • Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps makes rehearsal stop at ULM
    The University of Louisiana Monroe welcomes the world-famous Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps for a day of rehearsal and a performance of its competition show on Tuesday, July 25.
  • Believe and Prepare
    Educator grants strengthen ULM partnerships with area school systems
  • ULM breaks ground on new track, soccer field
    Brown Stadium renovation project underway
  • Affordable Colleges Online names ULM No. 1 in La.
    Sites ranking online learning list eULM among best in the country Affordable Colleges Online names ULM No. 1 in La.
  • Nick Floyd named ULM athletic director
    University of Louisiana Monroe President Nick J. Bruno announced Thursday the appointment of Nick Floyd of East Carolina University as ULM Athletic Director.
  • 44 best and brightest high schoolers attend ULM President's Academy
    The President's Academy at the University of Louisiana Monroe concluded its sixth year as a renowned college preparatory program for academically excelling high school students, June 24-28.
  • ULM, Miss. College plan dual JD/MPA program
    The University of Louisiana at Monroe and Mississippi College in Clinton, Miss., have entered into an agreement that would provide an opportunity for students to attend both institutions concurrently in pursuit of both a Juris Doctorate (JD) and a Master of Public Administration (MPA).
  • Sutherlin: Funding arts, culture is investment for the future
    John W. Sutherlin, executive director of the Research Corporation of Louisiana, recently participated in a workshop where federal and state funding for creative placemaking projects was discussed. The event was part of a six-city program sponsored by the Delta Regional Authority.
  • 3 sopranos - ULM students study opera in Italy
    Striving for professional growth and eager to expand horizons, three University of Louisiana Monroe music students travel to Italy this weekend to participate in a prestigious study abroad program held during July in Mondavio, a small town on the east coast of Italy.
  • ULM loses a friend in Johnny Huntsman
    Longtime friend and supporter of the University of Louisiana Monroe, Johnny Huntsman, died today at the age of 77. The founder of Johnny's Pizza House, Huntsman opened the first of his successful pizza restaurants in 1967 at 3812 DeSiard St. across from ULM.
  • What would a medical school mean for NELA?
    Board of Regents approves licensure for medical school at ULM The Louisiana Board of Regents on Wednesday, June 21, approved the application for licensure submitted by New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) to operate a College of Osteopathic Medicine at the University of Louisiana Monroe. NYIT is a private, not-for-profit institution of higher education with domestic campuses in New York (Manhattan and Old Westbury, Long Island) and Arkansas. NYIT and ULM have a nonbinding Memorandum of Understanding through which the two entities are exploring establishing a Monroe site of New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) on the ULM campus. More information will be released soon.
  • Tropical Storm Cindy
    The University of Louisiana Monroe is monitoring Tropical Storm Cindy closely. At this time, all university offices, classes, services and camps are scheduled to continue as normally scheduled.
  • ULM adds nurse practitioner degree to MSN programs
    The University of Louisiana Monroe continues to set the standard in health care education with the addition of the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP) program.
  • 7 women from ULM competing for Miss Louisiana crown
    Seven young women in the Warhawk family are vying for the title of Miss Louisiana 2017 at this week's 53rd Annual Miss Louisiana Pageant. Six of the women are students at the University of Louisiana Monroe and one graduated in May. The contestants' schedule is packed with rehearsals, appearances and events. The preliminary competitions start at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and the finals at 8 p.m. Saturday, all at the Jack Howard Theatre at the Monroe Civic Center.
  • Lawson and Sharon Swearingen establish endowed professorship at ULM
    Dr. Lawson and Mrs. Sharon Swearingen have established an Endowed Professorship in Political Science at the University of Louisiana Monroe, funded by a $60,000 contribution.