Monthly Archives: January 2009
THIBODAUX – The Louisiana Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will conduct its annual Dementia Care Conference — themed “A Meeting of the Minds” — on Jan. 30 at Nicholls State University. The event is slated for 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Cotillion Ballroom of the Bollinger Memorial Student Union.
THIBODAUX – Budget cuts to higher education notwithstanding, the Louisiana Center for Women and Government at Nicholls State University is preparing for an eventful 2009 — including a Hall of Fame ceremony headlined by two of the nation’s most respected political consultants.
THIBODAUX – Nicholls State University welcomed the state’s first Louisiana Campus Compact-sponsored AmeriCorps*VISTA volunteer on Thursday, Jan. 15.
THIBODAUX – The Louisiana Division of Administration has instructed the state’s institutions of higher education to prepare two financial scenarios that, if implemented, would result in a substantial reduction in state appropriated funds for the 2009-2010 fiscal year. According to the proposed scenarios, Nicholls State University could face a minimum budget cut of $4,773,579 and […]
THIBODAUX – Despite the recently mandated budget cuts to higher education, the Louisiana Center for Dyslexia and Related Learning Disorders at Nicholls State University continues to thrive.
THIBODAUX – Dr. John Lajaunie, professor of finance and certified master adviser at Nicholls State University, received a $2,000 award from Wal-Mart on Tuesday, Jan. 13, in recognition of his outstanding performance as an academic advisor.
THIBODAUX – The College of Education at Nicholls State University produced rookie teachers in 2007-08 whose performance matched that of experienced teachers, a recent study revealed.
THIBODAUX – In compliance with the recently mandated cuts to higher education, the administration of Nicholls State University has submitted its initial budget reduction plan to the University of Louisiana System.
THIBODAUX – Administrators of Nicholls State University and Hallym University — based in Chuncheon, South Korea — signed an agreement Tuesday, Jan. 6, to facilitate and develop friendly inter-institutional relations and academic cooperation.