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ULM President's Academy Schedule

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 MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 NEWS) - The ULM President's Academy would like to invite you to join them this week as they travel to different locations around the city to introduce young scholars to various occupations.


The schedule for the rest of the week is as follows:

Wednesday, July 9:
" At 9:45 a.m., the students will travel to the Ouachita Council on Aging in Monroe.
 
" At 3 p.m., students will travel to P&S Surgical Hospital in Monroe where they will see surgical demonstrations and get hands-on experience with operating tools.

" At 5:45 p.m., students will be treated to dinner and a "Style Show" on the ULM campus, on the second floor of the Student Union Building. ULM's Office of Career Connections will show the students "What not to Wear" in the business world.  

Thursday, July 10:
" Beginning at 9 a.m., health studies academy students will embark on their busiest day. They will receive hands-on learning using state-of-the-art medical mannequins. Students will perform CPR, learn to give treatment to expectant mothers, and learn blood pressure methods. This will take place on the ULM campus, on the second floor of Kitty DeGree Hall, located on University Ave.

" At 2:45 p.m., the students pursuing the law track will hold a live Mock Trial demonstration in ULM's Mock Trial room, located in Stubbs Hall, Room 230.


Friday, July 11:
" The final day of the President's Academy will bring the student presentations to a live audience.

Student projects will be available for viewing from 12-12:30 p.m. on the second floor of ULM's Student Union Building, followed immediately by the awards ceremony where the winning group will be announced.

For more information contact:


Kiwana Sutton, M.A.
Media Relations Specialist
University of Louisiana at Monroe
Library 211-A
W: 318-342-5445
C: 318-267-7262
F: 318-342-5446
ksutton@ulm.edu



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