Monthly Archives: September 2011
THIBODAUX – The Louisiana Center for Dyslexia and Related Learning Disorders, headquartered at Nicholls State University, will cosponsor a statewide dyslexia conference in Shreveport, La., on Saturday, Oct. 1.
THIBODAUX –The student body of Nicholls State University is full of committed, competitive, high-caliber degree-seekers, according to official enrollment statistics for fall 2011.
THIBODAUX– G.I. Jobs magazine has named Nicholls State University a Military Friendly School for 2012 – an honor shared with 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide. The recognition stems from the efforts of Nicholls to recruit and retain active military and veteran students.
THIBODAUX – The Department of Music at Nicholls State University will host the fourth annual Monster Piano Concert at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, in Talbot Theater on campus.
Artwork by Sandra Murchison, professor of art and chair of the Department of Art at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss., is on public display in Nicholls State University’s Ameen Art Gallery, 200 Talbot Hall, until Friday, Sept. 16.
The International Film Club at Nicholls State University invites the public to attend two free showings of the Academy Award-winning 2010 film “The King’s Speech,” scheduled for Monday, Sept. 12, and Wednesday, Sept. 14.
THIBODAUX – Later this month, Nicholls State University will formally join a group of nearly 130 global institutions of higher education that exclusively feature Steinway & Sons pianos for performance and music education.
Linda Martin and husband Melvin of Terrytown enjoy a visit to Carmel Inn and Suites of Thibodaux for a Bistro luncheon conducted by the John Folse Culinary Institute, based at Nicholls State University.
THIBODAUX – Information technology specialists at Nicholls State University have added several new features to the campus over the past couple of years.