Several activities have been planned for students, faculty and staff as part of Multicultural Week March 10-13 on the McNeese State University campus. The event is sponsored by the McNeese Multicultural Programming.
Student undergraduate research presentations and a performing arts competition are just a few of the highlights of the upcoming 2014 Undergraduate Scholar and Research Symposium March 11-12 at McNeese State University.
McNeese will participate in National Engineers Week March with two open houses to increase public dialogue about the need for engineers in today's workforce.
Dr. Jacob Blevins, professor of English at McNeese State University, has released a new book titled, "Humanism and Classical Crisis."
This year marks the 22nd season of the Banners Cultural Season at McNeese State University with this year's entertainment including everything from acrobats to the Tournees Film Festival.
Sasol recently donated $15,000 through the McNeese State University Foundation to the McNeese College of Engineering.
A legacy writing class will be offered from 5:30-6:45 p.m. on Tuesdays, March 11-April 1, in Room 106 of Frasch Hall by the Leisure Learning program at McNeese State University.
McNeese State University will kick off its first DeRidder SAGE program, a series that offers a number of short lectures and discussion centered on "Louisiana Lagniappe."
The new Student Innovation Center is a part of the Innovative Engineering Program at McNeese and is located in the new SEED Center.
(February 24, 2014) The new Student Innovation Center recently held its grand opening in the SEED Center at McNeese. The Innovation Center is part of the Innovative Engineering Program. McNeese is one of the two universities in the nation that offer courses in the Innovation Engineering Management System that teaches students how to refine ideas, communicate the benefit and credibility of a concept and create working prototypes.