Centenary College of Louisiana
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Chantel Lee '15 and Eli Capello '15 sacrificed a leisurely summer to conduct research for 10 40-hour weeks with Dr. Juan Rodriguez, Professor of Physics.
Forbes has named Centenary College of Louisiana one of the South's "Top 100" colleges for 2014 in its annual ranking.
This June 6, 2014, marked the 70th anniversary of D-Day and the day that alumnus Paul Madden '47 received the French Legion of Honor.
This week Gregory Warren '98 began his tenure at North America's largest opera company, the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.
This July, Centenary's Woolf Professor of Geology, Dr. Scott Vetter, was honored by the Caddo Parish School Board as an Education Partner.
Taylor Teague '10 was recently awarded the Ascension Delgado Smith Excellence Award while attending LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine.
Centenary's Office of Admission will host a Summer Open House for prospective students Saturday, July 19, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Centenary alumna Dr. Kathrine R. Weeks will return to Centenary this fall as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry.
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