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Researchers at the University’s Ecology Center have been working on a way to preserve and propagate native plants since 2007.

In addition to re-creating prairie, the research team developed a trademarked line of native seeds and plants called PureNative™.

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Chemical engineering student Ashley Picou Mikolajczyk is studying alligator yolks to find out why the eggs of alligators in the wild are more likely to hatch than those of farm-raised gators.

Ashley’s work is aimed to improve hatch rates for farmers and in the conservation of related species that are threatened or endangered.

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Graduate student Nicholas Lipari is using 3-D technology to make big data useful. He is using data collected when Hurricane Isaac made landfall in Louisiana to create a way to monitor real-time data.

October 1st, 2014

Career Counseling Center settles into new offices

University of Louisiana at Lafayette students have a one-stop shop for career guidance at UL Lafayette's Conference... Read More ➝
September 30th, 2014

Graduation rate has increased significantly over last decade

More students are earning diplomas from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. The University's graduation rate,... Read More ➝
September 29th, 2014

College of Engineering selects student ambassadors for program

Kyle Nguyen switched his major to chemical engineering after enrolling at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and... Read More ➝
October 1st, 2014

Visions of Tradition Exhibit: 40 Years of Festivals Acadiens Et Creoles Art

This 40-year retrospective of Festival art will feature past Festival posters paired with their original paintings,... Read More ➝
October 1st, 2014

Study Abroad Fairs

The UL Study Abroad Program wants to help you TAKE YOUR EDUCATION FURTHER!  We are happy to announce this Fall's Study... Read More ➝
October 1st, 2014

Film Screening of "A Gathering of Old Men"

The Ernest J. Gaines Center, in conjunction with the Lafayette Public Library, Friends of the Humanities, and the Deep... Read More ➝