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First Federal Bank of Louisiana has donated $5,000 to McNeese State University through the McNeese Foundation

Taina Savoit, director of financial aid at McNeese State University, was one of six individuals honored with a Regional Leadership Award by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators

Larry Schuh, associate professor of art at McNeese State University, has had artwork accepted into the 34th Annual National Paper in Particular National Exhibition sponsored by Columbia College in Columbia, Mo.

Over 700 students received their diplomas at the McNeese State University fall commencement ceremony, Saturday, Dec. 15, at Burton Coliseum.

Phillip Partin, a Lake Charles sophomore management major at McNeese State University, has won the annual McNeese President’s Holiday Card Contest.

The McNeese State University chapter of the men’s music fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, has partnered with the national non-profit organization, Music and Memory, to collect iPods, chargers and cables to donate to nursing homes.

CITGO Petroleum Corp. has presented a $10,000 donation to the McNeese State University Foundation for chemical and mechanical engineering scholarships in the McNeese College of Engineering and Engineering Technology.

Dr. Kalil P. Ieyoub was recently honored by McNeese State University with Professor Emeritus status.

Westlake Chemical Corp. has donated $5,000 to the McNeese State University College of Engineering and Engineering Technology through the McNeese Foundation for the college’s engineering endowment campaign.

Research conducted and published by faculty and graduate students in the Harold and Pearl Dripps Department of Agricultural Sciences at McNeese State University has uncovered a practical method of maintaining pregnancy in a sow that might have future implications in human reproductive medicine. Today's swine producers strive to keep production costs in check while optimizing productivity and product quality to meet demand in the marketplace. To do this, some producers are investing in assisted reproductive technology-artificial insemination, embryo transfer or cloning  - to improve the genetics of their herds, according to Dr. C.