UHC Accolades - Week of 5/6/2019
As a campus community, UHC has much to celebrate! Below are a few highlights.
Junior Nursing Research Class
The junior nursing research class presented evidence-based nursing practice posters over a 4-day period in the nursing lab!
Fourth Annual Action Research Night in the Moreau Center.
Congratulations to the Education Department for successfully hosting the fourth annual Action Research Night in the Moreau Center!
This event is an opportunity for graduate candidates to share their action research with the UHC community. This year, seven students in the Doctorate in Executive Leadership Program and eleven M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning candidates presented the findings from their action research. There were over 100 attendees at this event, making this a productive evening of professional development for teachers and leaders from across the city. The Education Department looks forward to continuing to grow this action research event in the years to come!
2018-2019 Literary Magazine Calliope!
The Department of Humanities successfully launched the 2018-2019 Literary Magazine Calliope on Monday, April 29th. This magazine is made up of exclusively student artwork, poems, stories, and reflections, and students from across the disciplines are encouraged to participate. This year’s magazine featured stories from English, Theology, Counseling, History, Biology, Nursing, Elementary Education, Applied Behavioral Sciences, and Psychology majors. Congratulations to all who contributed!
The UHC Choir also performed at the party! Click here to view a part of their performance.
Food Science Serves Zoo attendees
On May 3rd, our Food Science students made and served Zoo-To-Do attendees a Shrimp Dumpling with Spicy Ginger Sauce. They devised the recipe, cooked, & served the dish under Dr. Holliday’s supervision. Way to go!
Two Elementary Education Majors were Honored in Baton Rouge
Accompanied by Dr. Lisa Sullivan and Mrs. Theresa Foret, two Elementary Education majors were honored in Baton Rouge on May 7 by Governor John Bel Edwards, State Superintendent John White, Commissioner of Higher Education Kim Hunter Reed, and Louisiana Teacher of the Year Kimberly Eckert. Macie Faust and Hannah Michalik were selected for Louisiana’s Future Educator Honor Roll. Dignitaries spoke about the importance of teachers and congratulated honorees for choosing such a noble profession.
NEW HIRE: Christin Hebert
My name is Christin Hebert and I am the new Director of University Housing and Residence Life. I am from Bayou Gauche, Louisiana and graduated from Hahnville High School. I also attended Nicholls State University and received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. While at Nicholls, I worked as an Orientation Leader and an Ambassador for the university where I participated in orientations, recruiting/donor events, and college fairs. I am looking forward to having our Residence Hall filled with excited UHC students in the fall!.
Friday, May 17th: NURSING PINNING CEREMONY
7:00PM – 9:00pm at First Baptist New Orleans
5290 Canal Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70124
Saturday, May 18th: BACCALAUREATE MASS
6:00PM at Holy Name of Mary, 400 Verret St, New Orleans, LA 70114
Sunday, May 19th: COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY
2:00PM at Lakefront Arena, 6801 Franklin Ave, New Orleans, LA 70122
Visit http://uhcno.edu/services-and-resources/Registrar/commencement.html for more information.