The 6th annual Cowboy Camp is Friday, July 12 2013. Cowboy Camp is an excellent way for new students to get connected to the University, student leaders, and their fellow incoming students. It is one day of engagement, excitement, and interactivity. Camp only costs $25 and online registration is available now!
The 6th Annual Cowboy Camp is July 12, 2013.
The ribbon cutting for the new McNeese State University student parking garage was held Wednesday, May 1. All students with a current McNeese parking permit - commuter and resident - can park in the garage.
The McNeese Department of Visual Arts will host the Spring Senior Exhibition April 25-May 16 in the Abercrombie Gallery of the Shearman Fine Arts Center at McNeese State University.
McNeese State University civil engineering students won first place in the surveying competition at the recent 2013 Deep South Regional American Society of Civil Engineering Student Conference in Baton Rouge.
Audiences will experience a dress rehearsal of sorts as cellist Dennis Parker and pianist Lina Morita present their program for an upcoming May performance at New York City’s Carnegie Hall at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 29, in Ralph Squires Recital Hall
The McNeese State University Student Art Association's annual spring art sale will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, May 3, in the lobby of the Shearman Fine Arts Annex.
McNeese State University alumnus Adam Johnson has won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for fiction with his novel, “The Orphan Master’s Son,” set in North Korea.
Axiall Corp. has donated $10,000 for this year's Banners Series.
Dr. Ioannis Miaoulis, president and director of the Boston Museum of Science, recently spoke at McNeese State University.
Dr. Thomas R. Laehn, assistant professor of government at McNeese State University, has just released his first book titled, "Pliny's Defense of Empire," which was simultaneously printed in both the United States and Great Britain by English publisher Routledge. "My book is on the political philosophy of a Roman imperial official named Pliny the Elder," said Laehn. "Pliny was the procurator, or chief financial officer, of several Roman provinces, a personal adviser to the Emperor Vespasian and the author of the world's first encyclopedia, "The Natural History." He died in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D.