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Internationally acclaimed artist sets campus talk, printmaking sessions

Michael Ray Charles will work with students in the Department of Visual Arts and present a public lecture during his three-day visit to campus.

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College of Nursing earns national praise for end-of-life care training

The University’s nursing program is one of 100 nationwide – and the only one in Louisiana – to be inducted into the End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium's Hall of Fame.

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Graduate school boosts UL Lafayette overall enrollment

A 14 percent increase in the number of students pursuing graduate degrees at UL Lafayette drove a slight increase in its overall Fall 2019 enrollment.

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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has been named a Tree Campus USA for the ninth consecutive year.

The Arbor Day Foundation designation recognizes colleges and universities for nurturing trees and engaging students and staff in conservation practices.

The national program was created by the Arbor Day Foundation in 2008.

To earn the Tree Campus USA title, UL Lafayette met five standards for effective campus forest management:

  • a tree advisory committee;
  • a campus tree-care plan;
  • dedicated annual expenditures for its campus tree program:
  • an Arbor Day observance; and
  • a student service-learning project.

Learn more about the Arbor Day Foundation and its Tree Campus USA program at arborday.org

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