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Higher Education
11:16 am
Tue April 9, 2013

UNO Names Williams Dean of College of Business Administration

John Williams, the new dean of the University of New Orleans' College of Business Administration.
The University of New Orleans

The University of New Orleans has named John Williams as the new dean of the College of Business Administration.

Williams has served as the college's interim dean since August of 2010, and was one of three finalists selected from a nationwide search, the university said today in a press release.

“I am confident that Dean Williams will provide the leadership required to enhance the College’s internal operations and continued engagement with the greater New Orleans community,” said UNO Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs James E. Payne.

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Features
7:00 am
Wed March 20, 2013

First African-American UNO Students Reveal Painful Integration Memories

Raphael Cassimere Jr., UNO graduate and UNO professor emeritus of history (far left), moderating a panel discussion with seven of the 55 African-American students who attended LSUNO when it opened in 1958.
Credit University of New Orleans

Two of UNO's first African-American students describe the abuse they endured during the school's 1958 integration.

The University of New Orleans welcomed back some of the first African-American students to attend the school when it opened in 1958. Despite the 55 years that have passed since that time, many recalled vivid details of a painful transition.

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Higher Education
10:51 am
Tue March 12, 2013

UNO Down to Three Finalists for Business Dean

The University of New Orleans has named three finalists for dean of its College of Business, which has been without a permanent leader since August 2010.

New Orleans CityBusiness reports that they include John Williams, who is serving as interim dean and leads the college's Kabacoff School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Administration.

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All Things New Orleans
12:46 pm
Tue March 5, 2013

Meet Adam Norris, UNO's Director of Public Relations

The University of New Orleans.
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Public institutions of higher learning in Louisiana have been facing many physical and financial challenges in recent years.

However, an innovation at the University of New Orleans attempts to attract and support highly qualified students whose fields of study will benefit both the institution and the city. Jack Hopke spoke about these initiatives with Adam Norris, UNO's Director of Public Relations.

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College Baseball
4:31 pm
Thu February 28, 2013

UNO Baseball Still Searching for First Win

After a shaky start to their season, the University of New Orleans baseball team has still been unable to get on the right track.

The Privateers are still searching for their first win of the season after being swept in a road series against the South Alabama Jaguars over the weekend and dropping a game against the Tulane Green Wave Wednesday.

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Local Initiatives
2:09 pm
Tue February 19, 2013

WWNO Hires News Director

WWNO at 40.

WWNO, New Orleans’ NPR-member radio station, announced the appointment of Eve Troeh today as the station’s first news director, effective April 1.

In this role, Troeh will oversee the station’s expanding coverage of New Orleans and southeast Louisiana news stories and develop WWNO’s capability to report news of national significance for NPR. Troeh comes to WWNO after five years with Marketplace, the daily business news program heard by nine million radio listeners each week.

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Loyola Avenue Streetcar
7:00 am
Tue January 29, 2013

Streetcar Expansion Could Help Local Communities

UNO professor on impact of streetcar expansion.

The Loyola Avenue streetcar line is now operating from the Union Passenger Terminal at Howard Avenue to Canal Street. While much has been made of it serving merely to shuttle tourists to the Superdome, it could serve residents as well.

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Science & Health
10:34 am
Mon January 28, 2013

UNO Researcher Tackles Testosterone

A University of New Orleans faculty member has been awarded a state grant to develop a device to test testosterone levels in real time.

Elizabeth Shirtcliff was awarded the grant by the Louisiana Board of Regents. She is an early research professor of psychology at UNO ad the principal investigator on the project. Shirtcliff is partnering with researchers from at Oasis Diagnostic Corp. in Canada.

Monitoring testosterone levels is important, Shirtclif said, because rapid imbalances can signal changes in behavior.

UNO
8:00 pm
Wed January 16, 2013

UNO Marketing Blitz Tries to Stem Student Losses

The University of New Orleans is putting its name everywhere from social media outlets to highway billboards and trailers at local movie theaters.

New Orleans CityBusiness reports that the extensive marketing and branding campaign is an attempt to boost student enrollment, which has declined steadily over the past three years.

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College Basketball
5:15 pm
Sat January 5, 2013

No. 17 Butler gets past UNO, 57-44

Kellen Dunham scored 15 points and Khyle Marshall added 13, leading No. 17 Butler past New Orleans 57-44 on Saturday.

The Bulldogs (12-2) are 7-0 at home this season and will take a nine-game winning streak into their Atlantic 10 debut Wednesday night at Saint Joseph's.

The Privateers (3-10) were led by Lovell Cook with 11 points and Traddarius McPhearson with 10. But they have lost five straight, are 0-6 in true road games this season and have dropped 15 consecutive road games against Division I opponents.

Butler's sloppy play made this game closer than expected.

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