Lamar University welcomes Jon M. Huntsman in the Judge Joe J. Fisher Distinguished Lecture Series
Paul Minnis, professor of anthropology at the University of Oklahoma will be giving two free public lectures sponsored by The Scientific Research Society, Lamar chapter
Geology Lecture Hall
After graduating valedictorian of her high school, Kristeen Reynolds came to Lamar and discovered she was where she belonged.
"Once I got here ... I fell in love with the faculty."
A grant from the American Chemical Society will help two faculty members and their student research assistants explore new ways to remove sulfur compounds from hydrocarbon fuels.
The Mirabeau Presidential Scholarship is one of the most prestigious and competitive scholarships we offer,” said Stephen Doblin, provost and vice president for academic affairs. “Mirabeau Presidential Scholars are held to a higher level of academic and extra-classroom performance because these students are among our best and brightest. Read more...
Our students can earn academic credits through faculty-led programs and experiences around the world. You can learn about these opportunities at Lamar's Study Abroad site.
Find out how and why to become a Lamar University student at our Be A Cardinal website for prospective students. Read more...