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Craig Colten

LSU Geographer Receives Rachel Carson Center Fellowship

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 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.

LSU, Delaware to Develop Chemical Manufacturing Processes Using CO2 Feedstocks and Renewable Energy

LSU, Delaware to Develop Chemical Manufacturing Processes Using CO2 Feedstocks and Renewable Energy

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 Welcome Week

LSU Shatters Records with Fall Enrollment, Quality of Incoming Class

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

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.