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University of Louisiana at Monroe Associate Professors of Pharmacy Dr. Khalid El Sayed and Dr. Amal Khalil Kaddoumi have been awarded a combined $272,000 by the Louisiana Board of Regents for research and equipment to enhance pharmaceutical research at ULM.
Dr. Diana Greenlee, Poverty Point Station Archaeologist and adjunct associate professor in the School of Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, received the state's highest archaeology award.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe has launched an informational Web site related to the search for a new Athletic Director.
The Lambda Sigma Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi at the University of Louisiana at Monroe recently initiated five new members.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe's Mu Chi chapter of the French Honor Society, Pi Delta Phi, welcomed five new student members during its annual initiation.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Dr. Janet Haedicke, professor of English, was named the 2012-2013 Honors Program Professor of the Year.
University of Louisiana at Monroe President Dr. Nick J. Bruno awarded 788 degrees during the University of Louisiana at Monroe's spring commencement exercises today in Fant-Ewing Coliseum on the ULM campus.
Through the U.S. Department of State's Global Undergraduate Exchange Program, five international students spent a year at the University of Louisiana at Monroe experiencing the culture, the people, and the university.
Dr. Mark R. Clark, associate professor of music and head of opera at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, was recently awarded a book publishing contract for his new book about Broadway song repertoire. The book, "Broadway Songs: Finding the Truth," is a song by song analysis, background, and context of over 160 songs, for study by singing students - and for their teachers - in universities.
The Department of World Languages at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, in conjunction with area high school teachers from West Monroe High School, West Ouachita High School, and Ouachita Christian School, recently held the Festival of World Languages for high school students.
The College of Business at the University of Louisiana at Monroe recently held its 45th Annual Honors Banquet in the ULM Conference Center to honor its outstanding students. The highest award given to a graduate from the College of Business Administration was the 2012-2013 Dean's Award of Excellence presented to Lynden Lyles of Pineville.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society recently initiated 79 new members.This number represents ULM faculty members, students, and alumni.
Darron Underwood, ULM alum and Rayville High School mathematics instructor, was named Teacher of the Year for Richland Parish.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe's Computer Science Department - in partnership with Praeses software development and services company - recently held its annual ACM/IEEE programming contest on ULM's campus. Eighteen ULM computer science majors competed in the three-hour competition.
In December 2009, Jessica Williamson graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Now, she works in the Emergency Department at St. Francis Medical Center for two weeks out of every three months She spends the rest of her time working in the mountains of Thomassin, located just above the capital city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society awarded University of Louisiana at Monroe graduate student and New Orleans native Julie Landry the prestigious Gabriela Mistral Award for her academic achievements in Spanish and her noteworthy leadership and initiative in her chapter.
Dr. Carl Kogut, professor of economics, and Dr. Paul Nelson, professor of economics and program chair of finance, insurance, and economics at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, recently received the Best Paper of Conference Award at the Academic and Business Research Institute Meeting in New Orleans.
Dr. Ava Pugh, professor in curriculum, instruction, and leadership in ULM's College of Education and Human Development, collaborated to secure a NASA grant for $22,500 grant to fund academic outreach programs at ULM as part of NASA's Summer of Innovation.
Today was a "great day" for ULM and the community, said College of Business Dean Dr. Ron Berry. University and community leaders celebrated the success of the Northeast Louisiana Business and Community Development Center Incubator, housed in Stubbs Hall at ULM.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe Strategic Planning process is underway, and the community is encouraged to attend upcoming meetings and complete online surveys about the process. The 2013-2018 plan will incorporate input from all constituencies seeking to contribute to ULM's success, including faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members.