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LSUE Chancellor was guest speaker at Ville Platte Rotary Club Meeting

LSU-E Chancellor visits Ville Platte Rotary Club March 3, 2020 The Ville Platte Rotary Club today(Tuesday) presented a check to LSUE Chancellor Nancee Sorenson for the club's scholarship fund. The funds comes from the club's annual football scholarship football pool. Dr. Sorenson announced that the rotary club's scholarship fund is valued at $120,215 and has increased $5,000 a year. This year, the fund will be able to award six student scholarships rather than four. Dr. Willie Buller has been in charge of the LSUE scholarship fund raiser each year for the past 23 years. He announced he is stepping down and club member Renee Brown will be taking over the club project. Sorenson has been chancellor at the Eunice campus for the since July of last year and is a member of the Eunice Rotary club. She recognized local club member, Brian Ardoin who is coordinator of the Public Protection and Safety program at the university. She announced that the school's baseball team has a perfect 15 and 0 record and is ranked #1 in the country in the Jr. College division. The school's Allied Health program is partnering with Oschner Medical to train additional nurses and health care workers. She reported that the cyber attack crippled communications at the campus last October but classes went on as scheduled. There was no data breach. Also speaking was Carey Lawson, Director of University Advancement. The two guests from LSU E were the guests of Rotarian Michael Lemoine.

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