Lamar University will join in the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, its board of directors announced recently. LU and 21 other new graduate schools of education join more than 80 members of the consortium in the important work of redesigning professional practice preparation in[Read More…]
Breeds ranging from Great Danes to Chihuahuas roamed the streets of downtown Beaumont, Saturday, at Dogtoberfest. The event included a parade and a costume contest, which was won by Amanda Faggard, who dressed as Alice with her canine companion dressed as the White Rabbit. Vendors[Read More…]
Women’s Basketball Lamar University announced the hiring of new assistant athletic trainer Katie Barker over the summer. She will serve as new women’s basketball athletic trainer. Barker comes from the University of Southern Mississippi, and for the past five seasons served as the assistant athletic[Read More…]
Manisha Patel loves research. And that passion has translated into developing a portable water filter that she hopes will help countries with severe water contamination. “I chose to focus on water because when I was reading and learning about it, it kept coming up over[Read More…]
Students, teachers and professionals of physics from across the US will gather at Lamar University Thursday for the Joint Spring 2016 Meeting of the Texas sections of the American Physical Society (APS), American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) and Zone 13 of the Society of[Read More…]
The Spring 2016 International Film Festival, sponsored by the Lamar University’s French Circle, will take place with a screening each Wednesday in April. The festival opens April 6 with “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown,” and continues, April 13 with “Where Do[Read More…]
I’m not going to say hotels are overrated, but depending on where you’re planning to stay, they can certainly get expensive. When traveling, I have often found myself settling for a shabby, two-star motel with a “complimentary breakfast” that would make me sad. For spring[Read More…]
Catherine Brimberry, master printmaker and owner of Flatbed Press, gave a lecture and printmaking demonstration Tuesday, March 22 in the Art building on Lamar University campus.