Monthly Archives: September 2009
THIBODAUX – A substantial portion of licensed registered nurses working in the Bayou Region received their degrees from Nicholls State University, according to data garnered from the Louisiana State Board of Nursing’s 2009 Roster of Registered Nurses and the Nicholls Department of Nursing’s Graduate Database.
THIBODAUX – The Department of Music at Nicholls State University invites the public to an evening of Brazilian music, featuring cellist Raïff Dantas Barreto, at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Thibodaux on Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.
At the request of the Manning family, the Manning Passing Academy donated 104 surplus footballs to Lafourche Parish public high schools on Thursday, Sept. 17.
THIBODAUX – An art exhibition titled “New Sculpture,” featuring work by regional artist Brad Bourgoyne, will be showcased in the Ameen Art Gallery at Nicholls State University until Oct. 2. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
THIBODAUX – More students are choosing Nicholls State University as their institution of choice for a four-year baccalaureate degree despite recent state budget cuts to higher education, which resulted in the elimination of five low-completer programs and two 2-year programs that should be offered at a community college.
THIBODAUX – Themed “Tillou: Dancing through the Decades,” Homecoming Week at Nicholls State University is slated to kick off Sunday, Sept. 20.
THIBODAUX – The Department of Music at Nicholls State University will host the second annual Monster Piano Concert on Tuesday, Sept. 22, in Talbot Hall Auditorium on campus.
THIBODAUX – The art exhibition “Engraving 2009: Invitational Print Exchange” will be on display in the Ameen Art Gallery at Nicholls State University through Sept. 11, 2009. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
THIBODAUX – The Louisiana Board of Regents recently awarded six undergraduate enhancement grants to Nicholls State University faculty members.
THIBODAUX – With faculty, staff and students having volunteered approximately 176,000 hours of community service in 2008, administrators at Nicholls State University anticipate another productive, service-filled year in 2009-10.