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THIBODAUX — To honor one of its most generous benefactors, Nicholls State University renamed La Maison du Bayou as the John A. Brady Jr. Residential Complex during a dedication ceremony on Friday, Feb. 22. Opened in January 2004, the eight-building complex houses about 400 students in its 114 apartment-like units. The complex was the first […]

THIBODAUX — Nicholls State University will host more than 50 spring events during its 15th annual Jubilee: A Festival of the Arts and Humanities, spanning from Monday, March 4 to Saturday, April 27. Originally started in 1998 to celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary, Jubilee has become an annual tradition, drawing thousands of locals, tourists and […]

THIBODAUX — Two new academic programs introduced at Nicholls State University this spring attracted more than double the number of students expected. Nicholls Online, a program offering seven online degrees, has 77 students enrolled this semester, and a new online Master of Science in Nursing program started with 24 students. “To have such high interest […]

  Lafourche Parish government will donate $100,000 a year to Nicholls State University for its help in implementing the parish’s Geographic Information System (GIS). Nicholls will serve as a backup site for the parish’s GIS data, help standardize parish data and offer continuing education courses in surveying and mapping technologies. Students in the Nicholls geomatics […]

THIBODAUX — High school girls interested in developing their leadership and communication skills are encouraged to apply for this summer’s Louisiana Girls Leadership Academy at Nicholls State University.             Sponsored by the Louisiana Center for Women and Government, the academy is open to girls entering ninth through 11th grade in the 2013–14 school year and […]

THIBODAUX — The Chef John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University invites food lovers to celebrate the best of Louisiana cuisine at its 16th annual Lafcadio Hearn Award Dinner and Distinguished Visiting Chef Series on Monday, March 4. The evening will feature two of New Orleans’ acclaimed chefs: Lafcadio Hearn Award honoree Tory McPhail […]

Thibodaux – At Nicholls State University’s annual Scholars Night, Tayllor Smith from Baton Rouge accepts her scholarship offer and officially joins the Nicholls freshman class of 2013. To continue attracting high-caliber students, Nicholls has offered academic scholarships to 331 high school seniors with a value of more than $6.6 million over the next four years. […]

THIBODAUX — Nicholls State University’s Office of Student Services will present “The Vagina Monologues,” a play about the feminine experience, on Feb. 14, 15 and 16.             A special Valentine’s Day performance, which will include a three-course meal, will begin at 7 p.m. in the Cotillion Ballroom of the Bollinger Memorial Student Union. Advanced tickets […]

THIBODAUX — Parents, teachers, guidance counselors and others interested in helping students with dyslexia are invited to attend the “Unmasking Their Potential, 2013” conference, presented by the Louisiana Center for Dyslexia and Related Learning Disorders at Nicholls State University on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Rev. Joseph Wallace-Williams, a 2008 Nicholls graduate who has battled dyslexia, […]

THIBODAUX — During its first spring faculty meeting, Nicholls State University awarded four retirees with emeritus titles, honoring their exceptional dedication, outstanding accomplishments, professional contributions and extensive service to the university. Dr. O. Cleveland Hill, Dr. Marilyn Kilgen and Dr. Betty Kleen were named professor emeritus, and Deborah “Raz” Raziano was named director emeritus of […]

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