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  • 'Impeachment 1001:' - ULM Political Science hosting panel discussion Nov. 20
    What is impeachment and what does it mean to the political landscape? Faculty with the University of Louisiana Monroe Political Science program are presenting "Impeachment 1001: The Process, Ethics and Political Lessons from Impeachment Proceedings" to answer those questions and more. "Impeachment 1001:" is free and open to the community and campus. The event begins at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019, in The Hangar on the second floor of the Student Union Building.
  • First-generation students recognized by ULM's TRIO Programs
    The University of Louisiana Monroe TRIO Programs Student Support Services hosted an open house on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, for the Annual National First-Generation Celebration Day. The day recognizes the success of students, faculty and staff who are the first in their families to graduate from college.
  • VAPA's Scot Humes performs recital tour in Australia, New Zealand
    University of Louisiana Monroe School of Visual and Performing Arts Associate Professor of Clarinet Scott Humes, D.M.A., recently returned from a performing recital tour including stops in Sydney, Australia, and Christchurch and Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Tee time at ULM - Wally Jones Golf Complex ribbon-cutting Friday
    The Wally Jones Golf Complex at the University of Louisiana Monroe will have a ribbon-cutting and grand opening at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. The community is invited to attend the event and tour the complex, named in honor of longtime ULM golf coach Wally Jones.
  • Classes dismiss at 2 p.m., university closes at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 6
    Classes at the University of Louisiana Monroe will dismiss at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019, due to expected road closures and heavy traffic associated with the arrival of President Donald Trump in Monroe. The 2 p.m. dismissal is for students and faculty only; staff will remain until 4 p.m.
  • ULM Veterans Day Appreciation Ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11
    The University of Louisiana Monroe will host its annual ULM Veterans Day Appreciation Ceremony at 9:30 a.m., Monday, Nov. 11, 2019, at The Terrace, located on the seventh floor of the ULM Library. Faculty, staff, students and retirees of ULM who are U.S. veterans or on active duty will be recognized by President Nick J. Bruno, Jr., Ph.D.
  • ULM alum speaks at symposium, establishes scholarship
    Todd Tauzin returned to the University of Louisiana Monroe, his alma mater, on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019, as a speaker at the annual College of Business and Social Sciences Symposium. Tauzin graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Real Estate.
  • ULM introduces Compete LA, Regions provides $20,000 for scholarships
    Compete LA is an innovative initiative by the University of Louisiana System to assist adults ready to complete their college degrees. The University of Louisiana Monroe is featuring 12 programs through ULM Online as part of Compete LA. Degrees include those that prepare students to meet career goals in business, education, healthcare and the public sector. The nine universities in the UL System are participating in Compete LA. Wednesday, Oct. 30, several events were held introducing the initiative to Northeastern Louisiana.
  • Warhawk Family saddened by loss of Emily Williamson
    University of Louisiana Monroe President Nick J. Bruno, Jr., Ph.D., expressed deep sorrow over the death of Emily Williamson, longtime director of the University of Louisiana Monroe Child Development Center. "Emily Williamson was a wonderful person who was truly dedicated to this university," said Bruno. "She deeply loved ULM, especially the children under her care at the Child Development Center. On behalf of the Warhawk Family, we extend condolences to her husband, Robert, and her family. She will be greatly missed."
  • ULM mourns the passing of President Emeritus Dwight D. Vines
    The University of Louisiana Monroe has lost a beloved past president and Northeast Louisiana has lost one of its most ardent supporters with the death of Dwight D. Vines, Ph.D. Vines died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. Services are 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 29 at First Baptist Church in Calhoun. Interment will be at the Northeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery in Rayville, under the direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home, West Monroe. Visitation is 5-9 p.m., Monday, Oct. 28 at the church. Vines served as president from 1976-1991. He joined the university, then Northeast Louisiana State University, in 1958 as an instructor of management and became a full professor. Vines served as dean of the College of Business from 1964 until he was named president.
  • VAPA presents 'The Medium,' 'Amelia Goes to the Ball' Oct. 30-31, Nov. 1-2
    In the spirit of the Halloween season, the University of Louisiana's School of Visual and Performing Arts presents two one-act music-dramas, "The Medium" and "Amelia Goes to the Ball," by Gian-Carlo Menotti. The performances are 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 30, Thursday, Oct. 31, Friday, Nov. 1 and Saturday, Nov. 2 in ULM's Spyker Theatre.
  • ULM announces 'We Are 1' Homecoming Week Oct. 28-Nov. 2
    "We Are 1" is the theme of Homecoming Week 2019, Monday, Oct. 28-Saturday, Nov. 2, at the University of Louisiana Monroe. Sponsored by the Campus Activities Board, it's a week of activities for students, alumni and the public.
  • ULM hosts High School Marching Band Festival Oct. 29 at Malone
    The University of Louisiana Monroe School of Visual and Performing Arts will host the District I Band Director's Association High School Marching Band Festival on Tuesday, Oct. 29, on JPS Field in Malone Stadium.
  • ULM Homecoming Tradition: 35th Annual University Mile is Oct. 30
    In 1984, U.S. President Ronald Reagan called for a ban on chemical weapons and Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg was born. That year Camile Currier, ULM's Vice President for Student Affairs, was campus director of recreational services. "I was at home one Saturday afternoon and the Fifth Avenue Mile came on TV. It's a big race held in New York City every year. I was an old trackman and I thought, 'That would be an easy event to do,'" Currier said.
  • Kitty DeGree Foundation presents $50,000 for ULM neuromuscular lab
    The University of Louisiana Monroe is one step closer to having a neuromuscular laboratory in the College of Health Sciences thanks to a $50,000 gift from the Kitty DeGree Foundation.