During Engineers Week, Keisha Christian, a junior chemical engineering student demonstrates the effect of different catalysts on the rate of Hydrogen Peroxide decomposition.
John McNeese Park officially opened on October 25, 2012
John McNeese Park officially opened on October 25, 2012. John McNeese is the namesake of the university and was the first superintendent of schools in Imperial Calcasieu Parish. During his 25 years as superintendent, he directed the construction of elementary and high school buildings, increased student enrollment and improved teacher qualifications. Located near the center of campus, the area features a statue of the renowned educator and university namesake as well as new sidewalks, seating areas, landscaping and lighting.
McNeese Spring Preview Day is Saturday, March 23.
The 2013 McNeese Spring Preview Day is Saturday, March 23. High school, transfer and graduate students, parents and guests are invited to attend McNeese's High School Preview Day called "Cowboy Q & A Day" from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on March 23, 2013.
Order of Omega Greek Honor Society recognizes the top performing Greek students on McNeese's campus.
Order of Omega Greek Honor Society recognizes the top performing Greek students on McNeese's campus. The newest class was recently inducted, pictured below.
The first annual University of Louisiana System Academic Summit will be held on Thursday, April 19 and Friday, April 20, 2012 on the campus of McNeese State University.
Andrew Armand of Lake Charles is the Campus Life Student of the Month for January.
The McNeese State University Cowgirl Kickers will conduct a Kicker Kuties dance clinic from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at Burton Coliseum.
The McNeese State University Department of Performing Arts will present a faculty recital featuring Jan Scott on clarinet, with Lina Morita on piano and guest artist Lin He on violin, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, in Ralph Squires Recital Hall.
The theme of this spring’s McNeese State University Senior Adult Group Encounter program is “Louisiana Potpourri.”
A contribution of $30,000 has been made to the McNeese State University Foundation for the Ray A. Todd Jr. Scholarship. McNeese President Dr. Philip C. Williams, from left, accepts the donation from the Todd children: Elizabeth Todd Martel, Barham Todd and Louis Todd. McNeese Photo