Julie Schneider, assistant professor in the LSU Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, was recently selected as an award recipient of the 2021 Small Grants Program for Early Career Scholars from the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD).
Preliminary data from a recent study of over 10,000 Americans conducted by researchers at LSU and University of Wisconsin-River Falls reveals new information on how people are responding to COVID-19.
We are pleased to announce that the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) has approved the Child and Family Studies undergraduate program at LSU as offering coursework that meets the standards and criteria required for the provisional Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) designation. The Academic Program Review (APR) Committee has reviewed our program and determined that it includes an internship and course work that adequately covers the 10 Family Life Education (FLE) content areas required for the CFLE designation.
Hundreds of miles of marshes and barrier islands buffer the state from the Gulf of Mexico. These vast, wild wetlands protect people, homes, and businesses on the coast as well as inland.
Louisiana Changemakers Awarded LSU Reilly Center Grants to Move Forward with Community Collaborative Projects
Four Louisiana public projects were awarded $5,000 grants to implement community projects following their participation in the Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs’ inaugural capacity building program, The Community Collaborative: By the Community, For the Community.
U.S. Department of Energy Invests $1.5 million in LSU researchers to develop a smarter approach to ionic separations, which are important for water treatment, resource recovery and energy production.
LSU Department of Geography & Anthropology Professor Emeritus Craig Colten has received a Landhaus Fellowship from the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich, Germany.
LSU College of Music & Dramatic Arts Names Tara Houston Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
LSU School of Theatre Assistant Professor of Scenic Design Tara Houston will become the new associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion in the College of Music & Dramatic Arts on Oct. 4.
Each day, many of the products we use, whether we know it or not, are produced from natural gas or crude oil using carbon- and energy-intensive processes. But what if we could make those same products using CO2, thereby drastically reducing or even eliminating our carbon footprint? That is the ultimate goal of a project being conducted by researchers from LSU and the University of Delaware, thanks to a four-year, $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, or NSF EPSCOR, program.
LSU has broken the record for the most accomplished, largest and most diverse freshman class in university history.
LSU and Guild Education Partner to Provide Stackable Credentials and Degrees to Working Adult Learners
Employees at several major U.S. companies can now earn a fully funded degree from LSU.
LSU Electrical & Computer Engineering Professor Lu Peng and a team of ECE undergraduate and graduate students have developed a COVID-19 contact-tracing mobile app that notifies the user if he or she has come into contact with someone who has recently tested positive for the virus.
LSU Innovation Park Tenant Tigeraire Becomes First Louisiana Startup to Raise Seed Funding from Global Top 50 Venture Capital Firm
Tigeraire, a tech startup at LSU Innovation Park, recently announced that General Catalyst, the Silicon Valley venture capital firm behind Venmo, Stripe, Airbnb and TikTok, has signed as their lead investor making Tigeraire the first company in the history of the state of Louisiana to attract seed funding from a global top 50 venture capital firm.
Award-Winning Documentary Series "Viewpoint" with Dennis Quaid Highlights LSU’s Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College
LSU’s Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College was selected by The Viewpoint Project to be featured in their upcoming segment “Leaders in the Future of Higher Education and the Role of the Honors College.”
Professor Paul Rahe of Hillsdale College will deliver a lecture on "Seapower Over Landpower? Nicholas Barbon, Montesquieu, and the Strategic Superiority of Modern Commerical Powers" on Monday, Sept. 27, at 3:30 p.m. The lecture will take place in the Sternberg Salon at the French House and will be available simultaneously via Zoom. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the Voegelin Institute. Please visit the Voegelin events page for Zoom registration.