Monthly Archives: June 2010
THIBODAUX – The Nicholls State University Athletics Department will launch a redesigned version of its departmental Web site on Thursday, July 1, when the Colonels unveil the new www.geauxcolonels.com, powered by Internet Consulting Services (ICS/Sidearm).
THIBODAUX – In response to the state budget cuts to higher education, the Department of University Police at Nicholls State University has implemented its own funding initiatives. Since 2008, the department has secured approximately $200,000 in grants and in-kind donations.
THIBODAUX – Dr. Carroll J. Falcon, a 43-year veteran of higher education with more than 31 years of service at Nicholls State University, will retire effective Wednesday, June 30. Falcon has served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Nicholls since July 2004.
THIBODAUX – United Way for South Louisiana presented Nicholls State University with the organization’s Gold Award this month for generating the largest gift increase of any member group over the previous year.
THIBODAUX – The Board of Regents granted approval on Thursday, June 24, for Nicholls State University to begin construction of a campus recreation facility and activities program.
THIBODAUX – T-shirts bearing the Nicholls State University brand are now available at two Walgreens locations in Thibodaux. Colonels fans can purchase various styles of shirts at 195 North Canal Street and at 1000 South Acadia Road.
Jenna Bush Hager – author, contributing correspondent to NBC’s Today Show and reading coordinator in Baltimore, Md. – signed copies of her book “Ana’s Story: A Journey of Hope” on Wednesday, June 16, in the Cotillion Ballroom of the Bollinger Memorial Student Union at Nicholls State University.
Randy Cheramie, associate dean of the John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University, will perform the role of Mr. Babcock in the production of “Mame” at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 17; Friday, June 18; and Saturday, June 19; with a final performance at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 20, at Tulane University’s Dixon Hall Theater. […]
THIBODAUX – Students at Nicholls State University whose personal finances have significantly changed as a result of the recent environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico may qualify for need-based financial aid.
Lt. Gov. Scott Angelle addressed the attendees of the Louisiana Girls Leadership Academy, hosted by the Louisiana Center for Women and Government, at Nicholls State University on Sunday, June 13.