April 2015 News Releases

 

LSU's 2017 Homecoming Court

LSU's 2017 Homecoming Court was comprised of 16 exceptional students that represent three undergraduate classifications plus graduate, law and vet school students; and many of the university's most dynamic student organizations.

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LSU Joins Atmospheric Research Consortium

The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, or UCAR, announced that LSU has been accepted for membership to this prestigious organization. UCAR is a nonprofit consortium of more than 100 colleges and universities undertaking cutting-edge research and education in atmospheric and related sciences.

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LSU Celebrates the Opening of Contractors Educational Trust Conference Room

LSU and the Contractors Educational Trust Fund, or CETF, celebrated the opening of the Contractors Educational Trust Conference Room in the recently renovated Student Recruitment and Enrollment Center located in Ruffin G. Pleasant Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 18.

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Louisiana Begins Business Startup Program For Veterans

The first class of military veterans in the Louisiana Veteran Entrepreneurship Program began coursework at the program's inaugural boot camp today, with Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Joey Strickland, Louisiana Economic Development Secretary Don Pierson and other officials welcoming them at the Louisiana Business & Technology Center in LSU Innovation Park.

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The Southern Review's Autumn 2017 Issue Now Available

The Southern Review is pleased to announce publication of its autumn 2017 issue, which brings together an exciting mix of long-standing contributors, such as National Book Award finalist Bonnie Jo Campbell and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Schultz, and emerging writers, such as Pakistani story writer Farah Ali and poet Emily Tuszynska.

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LSU CAS Supplemental Instruction Earns International Certification

LSU Center for Academic Success’ (CAS) Supplemental Instruction (SI) program has received International Center for Supplemental Instruction accreditation. LSU’s CAS SI program is one of five state university programs in the country with the three-year certification.

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National Science Foundation Supports Team of LSU Big Data Experts and Baton Rouge Officials to Combat Traffic and Crime

LSU researchers are working with Baton Rouge Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome and City-Parish department heads to apply technology, applied research and computing-based methods to help address public issues such as traffic, crime and blight. The university and municipal partnership has received support from the National Science Foundation.

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