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Contact: Christine Payton Dec. 8, 2010
(337) 482-6397, payton@louisiana.edu
 

ASHRM president Brent Hebert (far left) presents a $10,000 contribution toward the organization's $25,000 commitment for a preferred endowed scholarship at UL Lafayette's Moody College of Business. Receiving the contribution are (from left) Drs. Patricia Lanier and Vanessa Hill,professors of management, and Dr. Joby John (dean of UL Lafayette's Moody College of Business).
 
ASHRM ESTABLISHES ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP AT UL LAFAYETTE
 
The Acadiana Society for Human Resource Management established a $25,000 preferred endowed scholarship in support of students in UL Lafayette’s Moody College of Business Administration.

ASHRM is an affiliate of the national Society for Human Resource Management. The organization serves the human resource profession in the Acadiana business community. It has more than 270 members from more than 220 Acadiana area businesses.

ASHRM’s scholarship commitment is part of The Campaign for Scholarships at UL Lafayette. This campaign’s goal is to increase scholarship support for students attending the university.

For more information on the campaign, call the UL Lafayette Office of Development at (337) 482-0922.


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About UL Lafayette
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