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UL Lafayette is the largest university in the UL System and a national research university.
UL Lafayette is the largest university in the UL System and a national research university.

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Our Montezuma cypress stands tall – taller than any other in Louisiana, as a matter of fact. At 60 feet, with a spread of 80 feet and a circumference of 28 feet, the tree’s taken the top spot on the Louisiana Forestry Association’s Directory of Champions.

The latest issue of La Louisiane magazine describes what the University is doing to ensure the cypress will continue to grow and reign supreme.
Montezuma's Reign
Montezuma's Reign
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Human resource managers should understand employment law to avoid common pitfalls in the workplace. Learn more about employment law in the online MBA with a concentration in Human Resource Management program. http://bit.ly/2MFZOlN
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UL Lafayette is poised to become a power player in renewable energy and 6 acres of University Research Park are a big reason why. The parcel of land features 4,200 solar panels, the public face of the Photovoltaic Applied Research and Testing Laboratory. In June, the panels began producing power for the University’s athletic facilities, but that’s only part of the story. The latest La Louisiane magazine has the rest.
Power Player
Power Player
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Our researchers are powering the future, including Dr. Xiao-Dong Zhou and his work with solid oxide fuel cells. The tiny cells convert chemical energy into electrical energy at rates substantially higher than gasoline engines.
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The College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions’ “Community” course lives up to its name. It deploys student nurses to towns and cities across the region. They conduct health assessments, then devise ways to combat what’s ailing residents there. Read more about the course that requires a personal touch in the latest issue of La Louisiane, the University’s magazine.
'Community' Nursing
'Community' Nursing
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James Bollich left SLI in 1940 and joined the Army Air Corps as the U.S. neared entry into World War II. When he returned to campus after his discharge in 1946, he brought with him memories of a harrowing wartime experience. In the latest issue of La Louisiane magazine, read about how he survived the infamous Bataan Death March and three years in a POW camp.
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It's the first day of classes for our online RN to BSN and online MBA students! We hope you have great day!
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