The McNeese College of Nursing will host a site review for initial accreditation of its baccalaureate of science in nursing degree program with the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The public is invited to meet the visiting team and share comments about the program in person at a meeting scheduled for Oct. 6, 2011, at 3 p.m. in Stokes Auditorium, located in Hardtner Hall on the McNeese campus. Written and signed comments are also welcome and should be submitted directly to: Christina Walcott Administrative Assistant Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530 Washington, DC 20036 All written and signed third-party comments will be accepted by CCNE until Sept. 2, 2011.
The McNeese College of Nursing will host a site review for continuing accreditation of its associate of science in nursing degree program with the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission.. The public is invited to meet the visiting team and share comments about the program in person at a meeting scheduled for Sept. 28, 2011, at 3 p.m. in Stokes Auditorium, located in Hardtner Hall on the McNeese campus. Written comments are also welcome and should be submitted directly to: Dr. Sharon Tanner, Chief Executive Officer National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 500 Atlanta, GA 30326 Or email: email@example.com All written comments should arrive at the NLNAC by Sept. 21, 2011.
Dr. Michael T. Smith, assistant professor of history at McNeese State University, has just released a new book titled, "The Enemy Within: Fears of Corruption in the Civil War North." The 256-page book was published by the University of Virginia Press. Stoked by a series of major scandals, popular fears of corruption in the Civil War North provide a unique window into Northern culture in the Civil War era. In his book, Smith relates these scandals-including those involving John C. Frémont's administration in Missouri, Benjamin F.
From band camp to cooking lessons, from robotics to all kinds of sports, summer camps at McNeese State University offer something for everyone - from children to teens - in June and July. The campus more than doubles in population during the summer months - over 6,000 McNeese college students and summer campers share campus facilities. Programs range from a few hours in class to several days on campus and campers can stay in residence halls or commute, gaining a real taste of college life.
CITGO Petroleum Corp. has presented a $35,000 donation to the McNeese State University Foundation for the endowed CITGO Petroleum Corporation Professorship in Engineering. From left are: Eduardo Assef, vice president and general manager for the CITGO Lake Charles manufacturing complex, McNeese President Dr. Philip Williams, Dana Keel, CITGO interim government and public affairs manager, Dr. Nikos Kiritsis, dean of the McNeese College of Engineering and Engineering Technology, and Tomeu Vadell, CITGO general manager engineering and technical services. McNeese Photo
The 12TH annual McNeese State University Harp Camp will be offered July 25-29 in the Shearman Fine Arts Center at McNeese. The camp, sponsored by the McNeese Department of Performing Arts, is open to interested persons of all ages and all levels of experience, according to Barbara Belew, camp director. Cost is $45 and July 13 is the deadline for registration. For more information, call the McNeese performing arts department at 475-5028 or Belew at 475-5036.
The Greater Lake Charles Rotary Club recently donated $12,500 from the proceeds of its annual auction to McNeese State University for the Greater Lake Charles Rotary Scholarship Fund, which was established with the McNeese Foundation in 1992. Left to right: McNeese President Dr. Philip C. Williams, Boyace Harlan, past president of the Greater Lake Charles Rotary and Marianne White, Rotary scholarship chair. McNeese Photo
High school agriculture teachers Cary Cooley, left, of South Beauregard High School, and Jason Cutler, of Franklin Technology Center/Joplin High School in Missouri, compare effects of ethanol and kerosene as alternative fuel choices during the national Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education Institute hosted by McNeese State University's Harold and Pearl Dripps Agricultural Sciences Department. Twelve high school teachers from seven states are attending the institute.
An exhibition titled "Artists Interpretations: Heads" is currently on display through Aug. 19 in the Abercrombie Gallery of the Shearman Fine Arts Center at McNeese State University. Over 50 artists were invited to submit artworks dealing with the human head, according to Gerry Wubben, professor of art at McNeese. McNeese visual arts alumna Erika Shea Coleman Stroud Image: "Grandpa Coleman" Charcoal, pastel, prismacolor, pencil "There are drawings, prints, sculptures, paintings and photography depicting the human head in this exhibit," Wubben explained.
Registration for the fall semester at McNeese State University is currently underway through 11:59 p.m. July 15. The fall class schedule is available on the Schedule website and all students should see an adviser, if required, to get their alternate PINS prior to registration. July 8 is the deadline to apply for admission to McNeese State University for regular fall registration. Classes begin Aug. 17 and students can go to the McNeese website and click on Banner Self-Service to begin the registration process. For more information about fall registration, contact the McNeese Registrar's Office at (337) 475-5356 or 1-800-622-3352, ext. 5356.