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Bruno awarded by Monroe Chamber of Commerce

Bruno awarded by Monroe Chamber of Commerce

ULM Hawkeye

February 10, 2020

Dr. Nick Bruno received Rambin-Silverstein Memorial Civic Award becoming the 55th recipient of this award at the Monroe Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Banquet on Feb. 6, 2020. The Rambin-Silverstein Memorial Civic Award recognizes a resident of Northeast Louisiana who has demonstrated achiev...

Abang recognized by Jazz Education with famed scholarship

Abang recognized by Jazz Education with famed scholarship

ULM Hawkeye

January 21, 2020

Jazz Education Network has recognized ULM’s trumpet performance major Solomon Temitope Abang “…as an aspiring jazz trumpeter, educator, composer, and vocalist” and awarded him the prestigious 2020 David Baker Scholarship. Abang traveled to New Orleans Jan. 7, 2020, for the Jazz Education Network’s...

Clarinet professor performs around the world

Clarinet professor performs around the world

ULM Hawkeye

November 19, 2019

ULM School of Visual and Performing Arts associate professor of clarinet Scot Humes, recently returned from a performing recital tour including stops in Sydney, Australia and Christchurch and Auckland, New Zealand. Humes and pianist Tania Tachkova are the musical group “duo per se.” The duo performs...

TRiO hosts 1st generation students

ULM Hawkeye

November 19, 2019

A first-generation college student is one whose parent or legal guardian has not completed a bachelor's degree, thus making them the first in their family to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university. Catherine Estis, TRiO executive director, and the TRiO staff know...

School receives $25,000 from alumna for scholarships

ULM Hawkeye

November 11, 2019

Todd Tauzin returned to ULM, his alma mater last week 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. In his presentation, “The Power of Having a Plan,” Tauzin shared with...

Magic Johnson awards $2 million to Grambling State

Magic Johnson awards $2 million  to Grambling State

ULM Hawkeye

November 11, 2019

Grambling State University announced that Magic Johnson’s SodexoMAGIC donated one of the largest unrestricted gifts in the university’s 118-year history. The $2 million contributions come only four months into the multi-year partnership between the university and international food service and facilities...

Monroe prepares as president’s visit for ‘Keep America Great’ rally

Monroe prepares as president’s visit for ‘Keep America Great’ rally

ULM Hawkeye

November 4, 2019

The Trump campaign announced that President Trump will host a Keep America Great rally on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Monroe Civic Center. The president is expected to campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Eddie Rispone. In a statement released by Rispone, in response to Trump’s...

Student government plans to add services, facilities

ULM Hawkeye

November 4, 2019

The Student Government Association has planned to bring different services and infrastructure on campus. Emily Essex informed the Senate that athletics is starting a recycling program on campus to work with the city of West Monroe in one of the meetings in October. The athletics will use the football...

Natural history museum to host visiting professor

Natural history museum to host visiting professor

ULM Hawkeye

October 21, 2019

In celebration of Archeology Month, the ULM Museum of Natural History is hosting 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. During his...

University becomes 1st in state to offer pre-educator pathway

University becomes 1st in state to offer pre-educator pathway

ULM Hawkeye

October 21, 2019

ULM has become 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. Amy L. Weems, ULM assistant...

Art students make impact in veterans’ life with painting

Art students make impact in veterans’ life with painting

ULM Hawkeye

October 14, 2019

In the summer, Stephanie Cogburn, Caitlin Lewis and Angelica Luttrull started sharing their skills and talents by volunteering to teach art classes at the Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home. These three artists and students of ULM are creating new layers in the lives of elderly men via painting....

Moodle Outage creates unforeseen problems

Moodle Outage creates unforeseen problems

Prajal Prasai, [email protected]

October 8, 2019

Some students had to start their Saturday morning in panic as the Moodle website suffered from a technical issue. The website was not showing any classes that the students were enrolled in. The problem was brought to attention after multiple students posted on the Facebook group Student to Student...

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