The McNeese State University Banners Cultural Series is annually supported by donations from area corporate sponsors. Entergy donated $10,000 to support this year's series through the McNeese Foundation. On hand for the presentation are, from left, Banners Director Mary Richardson, Richard H. Reid, vice president for university advancement and executive vice president for the foundation, and Chip Arnould, regional customer service manager for Entergy.
The top five oral presentations and the top five poster presenters have been selected from among 24 students who participated in the 7th Annual Undergraduate Scholar Research program at McNeese State University.
McNeese State University officially opened the Center for Advancement of Meat Production and Processing (CAMPP) Monday, March 5
Six McNeese State University faculty members are recipients of the 2011-12 Pinnacle Excellence Awards
SpringPreview Day will be held Saturday, March 24, 2012 High school students, parents, & guests are invited to attend McNeese's High School Preview Day called "Cowboy Q & A Day" from 10:00am-12:00pm. Details of the event are found below. 10:00am, Registration at table in the Quad Area 10:00am - 12:00pm, Department/Degree Program browse in the Quad - several departments & service areas of McNeese will be available for you to ask questions.
The college will host open houses for the community and for high school juniors and seniors as part of National Engineers Week 2012 activities Feb. 27-28.
McNeese State University faculty Dr. Kiran Boggavarapu, assistant professor of chemistry, and Dr. Anil K. Kandalam, assistant professor of physics, have once again collaborated with research colleagues from Johns Hopkins University in Maryland to discover something new
The membership campaign for the 20th season of the Banners Cultural Series at McNeese State University is in full swing. Twenty events will take place between Feb. 26 and May 12, and will range from a Bollywood style of belly dancing to singing the blues.
A trio that is part of Chaac Percusiones Mexico will play prehistoric percussion music from Mexico in a free concert at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, at the Central Library