ULM Forum

Friday at 4:45 p.m. during the academic term

The ULM Forum examines the intersection between the University of Louisiana at Monroe and the surrounding community, and how they benefit each other. Each week features interviews with members of the university community involved with activities and research that make northeast Louisiana a better place to live, work and play.

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A group of Nursing students and faculty from the University of Louisiana at Monroe gave up four days of their summer vacation to lend medical assistance to those in need in the Dominican Republic.  Dr. Rhonda Hensley, associate director of the ULM Graduate Nursing Program, and Emily Webre, senior ULM nursing student, attended the trip and stopped by KEDM to share some of their experiences.

ULM Taking Steps Toward Physical Therapy Program

Sep 12, 2017
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Recently, the Louisiana Board of Regents gave the green light to the University of Louisiana Monroe for the development of the proposal of a physical therapy program through the university.

Tying Together History and Science

Sep 7, 2017
University of Louisiana Monroe / http://ulm.edu/history/index.html

The University of Louisiana Monroe's School of Humanities is holding a History and Science Series throughout the Fall 2017 semester. The world of history and science often coincide, and this series is designed to share a timeline of science we don't always see or hear about. 

  

ULM Researcher Dives into Sleep, Stress, and Yoga

Aug 29, 2017
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Karen Arrant, a researcher at the University of Louisiana Monroe doing doctoral work at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, is conducting a new study on the effects of yoga intervention in postmenopausal women over the age of forty.

Hoffman, 3 Others Honored in ULM Hall of Fame

Oct 16, 2015
ULM Athletics

The ULM Letterman “L” Club’s Hall of Fame welcomes four new members this fall. The 2015 class includes former football player Vincent Brisby, former basketball player Larry Saulters, former baseball player Andy Davis, and longtime broadcaster Frank Hoffmann.

The newest selections will join the Hall of Fame during induction ceremonies on Saturday, Oct. 17. The induction brunch is planned for 10 a.m., in the ULM Library Conference Center, located on the seventh floor of the ULM library.

American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists

Pharmacists counsel patients 10 million times each day, serving as key players in the health care system.

October is American Pharmacists Month. Sponsored by the American Pharmacists Association, the goal of APhM is to draw attention to the pharmacy profession and generate recognition for pharmacists among their peers, patients and communities.

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The University of Louisiana at Monroe is proud to announce an increase in enrollment, including an academically strong freshman class. With a total enrollment of 8,854 students, ULM has exceeded its goal of 8,800 students for fall 2015. This includes an increase of 337 students since last fall, and another scholastically talented freshman class of 1,401 students—an eight percent increase over the fall 2014 freshman class.

“It is gratifying to see so many incoming freshmen choosing ULM. 

  , such as our outstanding faculty, dedicated staff, and beautiful 

ULM Alumni Shrimp Boil

Sep 11, 2015
ULM Staff Photo

  The ULM alumni area of “the Grove” will be filled with the aroma of Cajun spices Saturday, September 12, as the Ouachita Parish Chapter of the ULM Alumni Association hosts its Annual Shrimp Boil. Along with shrimp, the menu includes potatoes, corn, and adult beverages.

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The Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program at the University of Louisiana at Monroe is one of the unique programs offered by the institution. The program was recently awarded with a top-40 ranking on BestCounselingDegrees.net’s list of the nation’s most affordable MFT degrees.

Miss Louisiana Organization / Steven Palowski Photography, LLC

Miss Louisiana 2015 April Nelson says she's ready for Atlantic City. The 23-year old native of Mandeville, Nelson has spent the past two months in Monroe preparing for all facets of competition at the Miss America Pageant. 

Nelson left for the competition early on the morning of August 28. 

Nelson spent time preparing for the interview portion of Miss America in "mock" interviews, including one comprised of ULM faculty and staff.

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