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Charcoal on paper drawing
The McNeese State University Department of Visual Arts will host an opening exhibition reception from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18, in the Abercrombie Gallery of the Shearman Fine Arts Center.

horse and rider statue
During football season, a 4-foot horse and rider statue will be raffled to support endowed scholarships through the McNeese Foundation at McNeese State University.

students with McNeese gear
High school, transfer and graduate students interested in learning more about McNeese are invited to Fall Preview Day on November 22.

The Greater Lake Charles Rotary Club recently donated $10,000 from the proceeds of its annual auction to McNeese State University for the Greater Lake Charles Rotary Scholarship Fund.

The McNeese Department of Chemistry and Physics has collaborated with General and Basic Studies and the College of Business to initiate two new degree concentrations now available to students interested in seeking employment with area industry.

art exhibit by Reinauer
Lisa Reinauer, professor of art from the McNeese State University Department of Visual Arts, will be featured in a solo exhibition – “Summer of the Periodical Cicada”

Dr. Michael Crawford
Dr. Michael J. Crawford, associate professor of history at McNeese State University, has released a new book titled “The Fight for Status and Privilege in Late Medieval and Early Modern Castile, 1465-1598.”

July 31 to August 1
Larry Bell
Registration is underway for the 2014 McNeese State University Teaching and Learning Conference for PK-12 educators July 31-Aug. 1 sponsored by the McNeese Burton College of Education.

Professor Girard
Dr. Philippe R. Girard, professor and head of the history department at McNeese State University, has been awarded a Sheila Biddle Ford Fellowship to Harvard University’s W.E.B. Du Bois Research Institute.

Artwork by Kelley
Heather Ryan Kelley, a McNeese State University professor of art, is one of three artists to be featured in an exhibition that runs through June 26 at the Baton Rouge Gallery.

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