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Senior Rachel Clampitt '15 has been named the Selber Intern in Museum Management by the Meadows Museum of Art.
Wildlife photographs by Ronnie Maum, Shelby Townsend, and Toni Townsend will be displayed in the Magale Library starting this May.
Students from Centenary's Frost School of Business hit the road this March to participate in two nationally recognized conferences.
Ten students received awards in four separate divisions during Centenary's 24th Annual Student Research Forum, April 10 and 17.
Centenary recognized outstanding students during its annual Honors Convocation Thursday, April 16, in Brown Memorial Chapel.
Art history major and Shreveport-native Ben Green '17 will present a poster at the tenth International Conference on the Arts in Society this summer.
Centenary College appointed Cordara Newson as the new Re-Enrollment Counselor in the Re-Enrollment Department earlier this week.
Centenary's Religion Matters speaker series will host Dr. Seth Perry of Princeton University on Monday, April 20, at 7 p.m. in Kilpatrick Auditorium.
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