The McNeese State University Burton College of Education is sponsoring its annual teaching and learning conference for PK-12 educators August 1-2 on the McNeese Campus. "Literacy, Numeracy and Technology" is the theme of this year's conference.
Amy Fleury, associate professor of English and director of the McNeese creative writing program, has released a new collection of poetry titled, "Sympathetic Magic," published by the Southern Illinois University Press.
The McNeese Department of Visual Arts will host the Foundation Design Juried Exhibition July 8 - Aug. 30 in the Abercrombie Gallery of the Shearman Fine Arts Center at McNeese State University.
Fourteen high school agriculture teachers are on McNeese's campus learning about plant science through a national CASE Institute hosted by the Harold and Pearl Dripps Agricultural Sciences Department.
Mrs. Ada Vincent has donated $25,000 to the McNeese State University Foundation for the operation of the new McNeese radio station KBYS that will be launched in 2014.
McNeese State University has been nationally recognized for offering affordable tuition and high average salary earnings for graduates.
Karlee Broussard, a Lake Charles visual arts major at McNeese State University, is the winner of the McNeese 75th Anniversary Logo Design Contest.
Joseph T. Miller Sr., a Lake Charles businessman and civic leader, received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree during McNeese State University’s spring commencement ceremony Saturday, May 18, at Burton Coliseum
The largest graduating class in McNeese State University history - 817 students- received their diplomas at the university's spring commencement ceremony Saturday, May 18 at Burton Coliseum.