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On hand for the donation are, from left: Chad Ricketson, Phillips 66 Excel Paralubes Manager; Andrew Sona, Phillips 66 Human Resource Manager; Jim Baron, Phillips 66 Operations Manager; Dr. Wade Rousse, McNeese Vice President for University Advancement; Jolie Rhinehart, Phillips 66 General Manager; and Megan Hartman, Phillips 66 Public Relations Director.

Phillips 66 Supports First Choice Campaign

November 22, 2021

Phillips 66 has committed $30,000 to the McNeese First Choice Campaign. The campaign is an initiative with a goal of raising $1 million per year to provide necessary resources to…

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Chad Lapointe

Physical Therapy Student Gains Experience During Internship

November 16, 2021

Chad Lapointe, Erath, a senior health and human performance major at McNeese State University, knew the medical field would provide him with a meaningful career but he also wanted to…

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On hand for the donation are, from left, Dr. Wade Rousse, McNeese vice president for university advancement, April Broussard, operations director for the Kay Doré Counseling Clinic and Sara McLeod Judson, president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana. McNeese Photo

Community Foundation Supports McNeese

November 16, 2021

The Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana has donated $10,000 to the Kay Doré Counseling Clinic through the McNeese State University Foundation. The funds support the ongoing counseling sessions for Southwest…

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From left, Randy Partin, Board President of the Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana Bridget McDaniel, McNeese Assistant Professor of Art, Nic Hunter, Mayor of the city of Lake Charles, and Devan Corbello, Executive Director of the Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana.

McDaniel Named Art Educator of the Year

November 15, 2021

A McNeese art history professor has been named a recipient of a 2021 Mayor’s Arts Award sponsored by the Arts & Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana and the city of…

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Morgan Turpin, McNeese College of Business Internship Director, center, accepts the Business of the Year Award from Fusion Five President Jenny Bono, left, and Fusion Five Board Member Josh Floyd.

McNeese Receives Business of the Year Award

November 15, 2021

McNeese has been recognized as Business of the Year by Fusion Five at the organization’s inaugural awards banquet. Fusion Five is a Young Professional Organization sponsored by the Chamber SWLA. Its…

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On hand for the donation are, from left, Dr. Wade Rousse, McNeese Vice President for University Advancement, and Marla and Dennis Stine.

Dennis and Marla Stine Support First Choice Campaign

November 15, 2021

Dennis and Marla Stine have donated $25,000 to the McNeese Foundation for the First Choice Campaign. The campaign is an initiative with a goal of raising $1 million per year…

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On hand for the presentation are, from left, Kayla Powers, Cameron LNG senior human resources and external relations representative, Dr. Wade Rousse, McNeese vice president for university advancement, and Stevie Trahan, Cameron LNG external relations manager. McNeese Photo

Cameron LNG Supports Scholarship at McNeese

November 15, 2021

Cameron LNG has donated $20,000 to the McNeese State University Foundation for the Cameron LNG Scholarship designated for sophomore, junior and senior engineering majors.

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On hand for the presentation are, from left, Joe Andrepont, Westlake principal, community and governmental affairs, Dr. Daryl Burckel, McNeese president, Dr. Tim Hall, dean of the college, Wayne Ahrens, Westlake vice president, chemical manufacturing, and Curtis Brescher, Westlake director of operations region one. McNeese Photo

Westlake Chemical Supports McNeese Engineering Student Study Center

November 15, 2021

Westlake Chemical has donated $20,000 to the College of Science, Engineering and Mathematics at McNeese State University through the McNeese Foundation to benefit the engineering student study center.

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National Radiologic Technology Week is Nov. 7-13. Pictured, from left, are McNeese radiologic sciences students Abigail Miller, Taya Hebert, McKenna Fields, Emily Estes and Amanda Gilchrist. The team placed second in a Quiz Bowl tournament at the 63rd annual meeting of the Louisiana Society of Radiologic Technologists and won first place in a statewide anatomy identification tournament.

McNeese Radiologic Sciences Students and Faculty Recognized

November 5, 2021

Several McNeese State University radiologic sciences students and faculty have recently been recognized in the profession. At the 63rd annual meeting of the Louisiana Society of Radiologic Technologists (LSRT), students…

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Hunter Lepretre

McNeese Dual Major Serves as First Research Intern at LSU AgCenter

October 29, 2021

Natural resource conservation management and agricultural sciences major Hunter Lepretre, Gueydan, served this summer as the first student intern for agronomy research with the LSU AgCenter at the H. Rouse Caffey Rice…

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