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Arts, Education, & Sciences

Welcome to the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences

We offer the skills and knowledge you need for some of the most rewarding careers in the world.

We are a vital part of the university, serving students across a broad spectrum of disciplines and offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs at every level. In the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences, we are dedicated to the unique success and academic excellence of each and every student who walks through our doors.

We are made up of four outstanding academic units: the School of Education, dedicated to the preparation of outstanding teachers; the School of Humanities, studying the nuance and significance of history, languages, and communication; the School of Sciences, searching for solutions to problems in the natural world; and the School of Visual and Performing Arts, where vibrant performances and artwork challenge and inspire us. 

Our outstanding faculty and staff offer a supportive learning environment dedicated to preparing highly qualified professionals to meet the workforce demands of the community, the region and beyond. 

 

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Recent College News


ULM's VAPA presents 'Pippin' the Musical

presents their Spring Musical, "Pippin," March 23-26 in Brown Auditorium. Night performances begin Thursday through Saturday starting at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday is a matinee at 2 p.m. 

ULM to host Women's Symposium March 29

MONROE, La. -- As part of ULM's celebration of Women's History Month, the university will host a Women's Symposium on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Student Union Building (SUB) ballrooms, located on second floor of the SUB.

Living a life of dreams: A student's journey from ULM to Yale

Siddhartha Dhakal, a University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) international student from Kathmandu, Nepal, lives by this philosophy. He believes that to achieve your dreams in life you must be motivated, take action and find opportunities rather than waiting for them to find you

Communication Program features Traveling Scholar Dr. Diana Bowen

MONROE, La. - The Communication Program's Speech and Debate Forum, as part of the Traveling Scholar Series, will welcome Dr. Diana I. Bowen to ULM's campus to present, "Voices from the Archive: Women of Color, Civic Engagement, and the Politics of Archival Research". Dr. Bowen's presentation will take place on March 14, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. in Stubbs 100.

ULM Student Journalists Receive Top Awards

Students from the University of Louisiana Monroe brought home five awards from the Southeastern Journalism Conference “Best of the South” competition held last week.

  

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Spring 2017 Initiation of Sigma Delta Pi

PHOTOS: Science Fair & Engineering

The Region III Science & Engineering 

Lambda Sigma Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi 

French Film Festival contunues Sring 2017

KEDM Annual Meeting & State of the Station 

Friends of KEDM Beer Tasting 

Power Up! Girl Scout's Summer Camp (photos)

Retirement Party (photos)

 

SPECIALTIES


The Hawkeye

Award-winning and student-operated news outlet 

Museum of Natural History

Recently inducted into Louisiana's Heroes and Heritage Trail, the museum is a resource for scientists and the general public.

Turnrow
Literary and art journal, published bi-annually.

91X- Radio

91X is a student-operated radio broadcast service
of the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences
from the University of Louisiana at Monroe.


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