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Mechanical Engineering Senior Proves Sky is the Limit

LSU Mechanical Engineering major Aida Hendrickson gets a smile on her face when talking about graduating in May. It's not because she won't have another test to take or no longer have to fight campus traffic, but because of what comes next.

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How Will You Cut the Ribbon on PFT?

The College of Engineering and its many contributors to the realization of the newly renovated and expanded Patrick F. Taylor Hall will celebrate the building's grand opening on Friday, April 20 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Xin Li is Heads Above the Rest

As the head of LSU's Geometric and Visual Computing Group, located in the Louisiana Digital Media Center, Li works with his team to develop computer programs that help people understand and analyze geometric or visual data such as images, videos, or 3D scans acquired from one's daily life. In the past, his group has helped build an image-guided lung tumor motion-tracking system used to guide and optimize-next generation lung cancer radiotherapy treatment. The GVC Group has also worked with civil engineers to reconstruct flood hydrographs for Hurricane Harvey. But unlike both of those projects, Li's current work may help lives already lost.

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SWE Hosts Evening of Style and Networking

With the number of female engineering students steadily climbing each year, the Society of Women Engineers is more important than ever. The LSU SWE chapter strives to create a community of mutual support to encourage women to reach their maximum potential as engineers and leaders.

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LSU Bert S. Turner Department of Construction Management to Host 2018 Construction Research Congress

The LSU Bert S. Turner Department of Construction Management has been chosen to host the 2018 Construction Research Congress, April 2-4, in New Orleans. It is the first time the event will be held in Louisiana.

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Office of Diversity Helps Minority Students Succeed, Prepare for Career

Over the last five years, the graduation number for underrepresented minorities in the LSU College of Engineering has increased by 97 percent. During the 2012-13 academic year, for instance, 62 minority students received a bachelor's degree. In May 2017 alone, that number was 112.

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LSU Marks a First With North America Student Symposium

BATON ROUGE - LSU will be the first university to ever host the annual Society of Petroleum Engineers North America Student Symposium on Feb. 21-24 at Patrick F. Taylor Hall.

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