Brett Bennett, associate professor of radiologic technology, serves the university as the faculty athletics representative. He has served on many Sun Belt Conference committees, and he has attended national conferences that include FARA and DIV 1A Far meeting.
Bennett received his B.S. and M.Ed. from the University of Louisiana Monroe. He has served the Program Director of the Radiologic Technology Program at the University of Louisiana Monroe since August of 2007. He has presented over 20 presentations on radiologic technology at local, state, and national meetings. He is very active in the profession serving in many leadership positions in the state society, including President. Additionally, he was appointed by the Governor to serve on the state of Louisiana license board for Radiologic Technologists.
Bennett was honored with the ULM Foundation Award for Excellence in service in 2015.
Bennett is a retired First Sergeant from the US Army and The Louisiana National Guard. He served tours in Somalia in 1993 and Haiti in 1994. He also led a combat heavy construction company in support of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, LA in 2005. Military awards are numerous and include Expert Infantryman Badge, Expert Marksmanship Badge, Army Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster, Army Achievement Medal with silver oak leaf cluster, and many leadership awards.
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