CAMPUS NEWS: JANUARY 21, 2022

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Alumna Meagan Williams Channels Civil Engineering Skills To Manage NOLA’s Storm Waters

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Meagan Williams, who earned a degree in civil engineering from UNO, was named a 2020 CNN Champion for Change and a Waternow 2021 Emerging Leader for her work protecting New Orleans’ communities from flooding.

Meagan Williams, who earned a degree in civil engineering from UNO, was named a 2020 CNN Champion for Change and a Waternow 2021 Emerging Leader for her work protecting New Orleans’ communities from flooding.

University of New Orleans student Lydia DiPaola, who is pursuing a master’s degree in biological sciences, is a recipient of a research fellowship.in biological sciences.
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University of New Orleans President Kathy Johnson (far left) visits Kenner Discovery Health Sciences Academy, which has partnered with UNO to create a yearlong residency placement program for education majors.
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The spring 2024 issue of Silver & Blue magazine is now available.
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