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ULM Dental Hygiene's mobile unit provides practical experience for students while serving the region.

The School of Pharmacy at ULM is Louisiana's only publicly supported comprehensive center for pharmaceutical education, research, and service.

State of the art simulation labs allow students to perfect their skills before being placed in a clinical environment.

Speech and Hearing Clinic evaluates and treats individuals of all ages who experience communication problems.

Certification and licensure pass rates are consistently above the national average and often at 100%.

Students are prepared to work in a variety of health care professions.

  

The College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences is dedicated to the education of health care professionals that serve the people of Louisiana and beyond. The College is comprised of three schools that offer degrees at the undergraduate and graduate level.

These are exciting times to be in health care with advances in technology, new discoveries, and high demand for health care professionals. Come visit our campus, meet us, join us, and prepare for a life changing career in the health and pharmaceutical sciences. 

Recent College News


ULM represented at Human Sciences Institute Conference

CSS doctoral candidate, Joan Collins Harwood, delivered a presentation on her dissertation topic, "Spiritual Fire: Infusing Love into the Discourse of Family Therapy." Likewise, CSS graduate, Roxanne Bourque, Ph.D., shared research from her dissertation, "Young Minds on Fire: Systemic Change Makes a Difference in Early Teaching." CSS graduate, Karen McClendon, Ph.D., contributed a political presentation, "Two Sides, One Country: How Systemic Thinking Creates a Context for Societal Change." ULM Instructors Jocelyn Chapman, Ph.D., and Bethany Simmons, Ph.D, co-presented "Feeding the Ouroboros: Gregory Bateson's Food for Thought and Thoughtfulness." Chapman discussed what Gregory Bateson had to say about "thought" and "thinking" and how this relates to "thoughtfulness" and Simmons shared how these ideas are at the heart of the origin of family systems therapy and how they are applicable not only in therapeutic practice, but also thinking about larger social systems and our participation in them.

ULM Pharm.D. alumnus creates scholarship with $60,000 contribution

Monday, the same college held a check presentation to recognize an alumnus' $60,000 contribution toward a superior graduate scholarship that will support Doctor of Pharmacy students. The contribution was made by Dr. Salvador "Sal" Scaccia who received his Pharm.D. from ULM in 2002, which was the first Doctor of Pharmacy graduating class at ULM. Scaccia said the scholarship is very important to him as a way to give back to his alma mater for the gratitude and the successes he has made in his pharmacy career.


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