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RMI program receives endowment of $25,000

RMI program receives endowment of $25,000

ULM Hawkeye

September 16, 2019

Terry and Susan Duke established the Terry M. Duke Endowed Scholarship for risk management and insurance, ranked ninth in the nation, with a $25,000 donation to the ULM Foundation. Terry Duke is the Area Chairman for Arthur J. Gallagher and has been an insurance broker for 36 years and his wife Susan...

School named in honor of alumna

School named in honor of alumna

ULM Hawkeye

September 16, 2019

ULM hosted family and friends of the late William D. “Bill” Hoover at an event last Monday, announcing an endowment fund for scholarships and faculty development and the naming of the William D. Hoover School of accounting, financial and information services in the College of Business and Social Sc...

Senator donates to political science honoring his father

Senator donates to political science honoring his father

ULM Hawkeye

September 9, 2019

Senator Mike Walsworth has established the Michael A. Walsworth Endowed Scholarship in Political Science at the University of Louisiana Monroe with a $30,000 contribution to the ULM Foundation. At a press conference at ULM last Wednesday, Walsworth, who is term-limited and retiring from the state legislature,...

ULM students have lower debts nationally

ULM students have lower debts nationally

ULM Hawkeye

September 9, 2019

In the current age of the internet, where information is very easy to acquire, people have started questioning the risk of investing in college and not finding a job. One would expect to find a decent paying job based on the finances and time spent on it. It is reasonable to say that one would expect...

ULM receives funds from board of regents

ULM receives funds from board of regents

ULM Hawkeye

September 3, 2019

Biedenharn family’s $900,000 in private donations have allowed the different departments of ULM to receive funds from Louisiana’s Board of Regents. The board provided $600,000 in matching funds and resulted in $1.5 million in faculty endowments. “Initially, the first generation of Biedenharns were very gen...

The Hawkeye ranks 1st Best College Newspaper at Southeast Journalism Conference

The Hawkeye ranks 1st Best College Newspaper at Southeast Journalism Conference

ULM Hawkeye

February 15, 2019

The Hawkeye placed first for the Best College Newspaper at the Southeast Journalism Conference- Best of the South 2018. The Hawkeye also placed third for the Best College Website. Siddharth Gaulee, the former photo editor, placed fourth for Best News Graphic Designer. The conference had more than...

Saulsberry appointed to state council to empower families

Saulsberry appointed to state council to empower families

ULM Hawkeye

February 3, 2019

Dr. Pamela Saulsberry attended the first meeting of Empowering Families to Live Well Louisiana Council last week at the    State Capitol. Saulsberry, the director of School of Behavioral and Social Sciences, was nominated to the council by Dr. Eric Pani, the former Vice President of Academic Aff...

Bats force Sugar Hall shutdown, class relocation

Bats force Sugar Hall shutdown, class relocation

ULM Hawkeye

February 3, 2019

Laine Rogers was in her Forensic Toxicology class on Monday when a bat peeked its head out from behind the classroom’s projector. The bat then started flying around the room and the class had to be stopped while the bat was evacuated. Rogers, a toxicology junior, was among the many affected by the hundre...

Senators to vote on amphitheater in Bayou Park

ULM Hawkeye

February 3, 2019

The Student Government Association is set to vote on a proposal to build an amphitheater in Bayou Park. Voting will take place on Tuesday during SGA’s regular meeting. Budget for the project is set for around $1.3 million. If the project gets approved, as discussed in the meeting, students wouldn...

Plan begins for student food co-op

ULM Hawkeye

January 27, 2019

The Office of Student Life and Leadership along with the Student Government Association is planning to setup a student “food co-op” on campus. A student “food co-op” is a cooperatively-run food enterprise on campus that provides students with access to affordable meals. According to Emily ...

SGA prepares for Mardi Gras

SGA prepares for Mardi Gras

ULM Hawkeye

January 27, 2019

The Student Government Association (SGA) held its weekly meeting on Tuesday. SGA senators went over various campus-related activities like the upcoming Mardi Gras court elections on Jan. 30 and 31. As per the meeting, the annual Mardi Gras Ball has been set for Feb. 28. Next week, SGA President Joey Walker w...

Students place at annual meeting in Baton Rouge

Students place at annual  meeting in Baton Rouge

ULM Hawkeye

January 27, 2019

The College of Pharmacy brought back trophies after their recent attendance at the 17th annual Louisiana Biomedical Research Network (LBRN) meeting. The two-day event took place on Jan 18 and 19 in Baton Rouge. Toxicology senior Alexis Alexander placed third for her undergraduate poster presentation....

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