McNeese State University’s chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is hosting the 2016 ASCE Deep South Regional Conference March 10-12.
McNeese students enrolled in fall 2015 intermediate and advanced painting classes are featured in an exhibition that runs through April 8 at Art Associates Gallery in the Central School Arts and Humanities Center.
The 2016 Undergraduate Scholar and Research Symposium will be held Tuesday, March 8, at McNeese State University.
March 15 - 7:00pm
The World Famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theater is coming to Lake Charles on Tuesday, March 15, at 7 p.m. in Burton Coliseum as part of the 2016 season of Banners at McNeese.
McNeese State University will promote alcohol awareness on campus this month to show students that the university wants their relationship with alcohol to be both healthy and responsible
A property and casualty insurance pre-licensing course will be offered from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. March 11-12 and March 18-19 on the McNeese State University campus by Bossier Parish Community College
March 11 - 7:00pm
David Sears, a veteran troop commander for the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, will share his more than 20 years of experiences at 7 p.m. Friday, March 11, as part of the 2016 Banners at McNeese series
McNeese State University art professor Martin Bee displays one of the many illustrations of rock star Steven Tyler that he created for the Skittles commercial that ran during Super Bowl 50. Bee submitted several illustrations until the ad agency and Tyler agreed upon the sketch used in the commercial.
What does a McNeese State University professor, rock star Steven Tyler and Super Bowl 50 all have in common? (March 1, 2016) This year’s popular Skittles commercial. You know the one –Tyler comes face to face with a caricature-like portrait of himself made out of Skittles that comes to life and is encouraged by Tyler to go “higher” and “higher” as it belts out the iconic rock song “Dream On” performed by Tyler with the band Aerosmith back in the 70s before it explodes into a million pieces on that last high note? Martin Bee, professor of art at McNeese since 1987, created the artwork for Tyler’s portrait for that commercial. And no one knew, not even his classes, until the night of Super Bowl 50. “I had signed a non-disclosure agreement so that’s why I couldn’t say anything,” said Bee.
The McNeese Department of Visual Arts will host High School Portfolio Day 2016 for junior and senior art students from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, March 5, in the Shearman Fine Arts Annex.