The economic driver of many small communities is too often its university. A group of local businessmen came up with a progressive idea over coffee. The proposal is to build a better economic base for Ouachita Parish in hopes to better the quality of life, provide strong occupational assets, offer superb healthcare, and an educated work force. ULM President, Dr. Nick Joseph Bruno, explains how the University of Louisiana at Monroe could help establish Ouachita Parish as a premiere cultural...
College classes don't have to be about college credit. Sometimes they can be fun or used to advance your knowledge. Ida Wilson, ULM Coordinator of Non-Credit Classes has both to offer this Spring. In February, Swing Dancing will be offered as well as Basic Digital Photography and Photo Editing, and Private Investigator Training. If you're artistic, March has just what you need: Floral Design and Watercolor Painting. For those who would like to continue their education, ULM Continuing...
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