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.

Girl Scouts Power Up Camp

Summer is a time for fun and relaxation, but it can also be a time for fun types of learning.

The School of Education at the University of Louisiana at Monroe will host two summer camps aimed toward accelerating student interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) using experiential learning.

The camps include the Girls Scouts Power Up camp, which will take place in George T. Walker Hall on the ULM campus from June 15-19, and the First West-Broaden Horizons STEM camp which will be held at First West Church in West Monroe.

Girl Scouts Power Up:

The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s International Student Association will present the annual International Food Fair, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,Wednesday, April 1, in Student Union Ballroom A, located on the second floor of the Student Union Building.

ULM students, faculty, and staff will provide samples of various cuisine. Beverages will be provided, and food samples will be priced from 50 cents to $1, per item.


In conjunction with the Maroon and Gold Spring Football Game, the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Alumni Association will host the La’ Louisianne Crawfish Boil from 1 to 4 p.m., Saturday, March 21, in the new end zone area under the scoreboard of Malone Stadium.

Attendees will get a first-class view during the football game, which begins at 1:30 p.m. Following the game, crawfish will be served, and guests can attend an autograph session with players and coaches.

  The event includes all you can eat crawfish, corn, potatoes, and beverages.


Browse on the Bayou is a specially designed campus visitation day in which students and their parents learn about financial aid and scholarships, academic programs, housing, and campus life at ULM.


Students from the University of Louisiana at Monroe received three awards from the College Media Association. The Davis L. Adams Apple Awards were announced Saturday, March 14 at CMA's annual conference in New York City.

91X KXUL, ULM's student-run radio station, won first place in Best Radio Promo. Hawk-E, ULM's online video journal produced by The Hawkeye, ULM's student newspaper, received a second place award in Best TV Newscast. The Hawkeye received third place in Best Newspaper for a four-year institution with five to ten thousand students. 


The concept of a company speaking with one voice in all communications  is just one of the ideas first introduced to college students in Integrated Advertising, Promotion, and Marketing Communications. The seventh edition of the textbook has just been released by Pearson Publishing.

The text was penned by primary author Dr. Kenneth Clow, the Biedenharn Endowed Chair in Business at the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

The book was coauthored by Donald Baack, a professor at Pittsburg State University where Clow began his academic career.


The late Dr. Horace Perry, “H.P.,” Jones started the annual Ides of March poetry reading at the University of Louisiana at Monroe in the mid-1990s. Jones created the event to encourage others to join him in celebrating togetherness, while reading poetry aloud under what has been appropriately named Jones’s sacred tree, located on the north side of Stubbs Hall, near the ULM Student Center.


The Bry Art Gallery at the University of Louisiana at Monroe is currently hosting the 22nd Annual High School Junior/Senior Juried Art Exhibition. The show will run Monday through Thursday 8 a.m.-4:30p.m., and Friday from 8 a.m.-noon beginning February 23. Exhibits will remain open through March 18.

Northern Louisiana high school art students were eligible to submit examples of their studio art endeavors, which were judged by ULM art faculty members based on creativity and mastery of the student’s chosen medium.


A new exhibition at the University of Louisiana at Monroe offers insight into contributions that African culture has made to Western society.

Xiomara Bell, a Tallulah native and master’s student in ULM’s history program, has created an African American History display with Associate Professor of history, Dr. Jeffrey Anderson. The display is now open for viewing in ULM’s Special Collections, located on the 5th floor of the ULM Library.

The display will run throughout the entire month of February.

Counseling Programs Ranks Among Nation's Best

Jan 30, 2015
Pope Counseling

BestMastersPrograms.org has ranked the University of Louisiana atMonroe’s online masters in counseling program as the number 26 program in the nation on its annual list.

According to the organization’s website, the rankings are designed to help prospective students make a choice about where to invest their time and money in earning their graduate degree.