May 2015 News Releases

 

LSU to Host Holiday Spectacular on Nov. 28, Other Holiday-Related Events Through the End of the Semester

LSU will host Holiday Spectacular, a festive night of free holiday activities on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Once known as the LSU Candlelight Celebration, the event is now a collaborative initiative to promote all there is to do and see at LSU during the holiday season. In addition, LSU will host a number of other holiday-related activities and events through the end of the fall semester.

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Ready, set, shop with insight from LSU marketing professor Dan Rice

Naughty or nice? Shopping in-store or online? LSU Associate Professor in Marketing and Director of Graduate Studies in Marketing Dan Rice, shares his expertise into the shopping holidays known as Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

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TEDxLSU Announces Speaker Lineup for 2018 Event

TEDxLSU announced its 2018 speakers at Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week on Wednesday, Nov. 15. The newly announced lineup of speakers and performers will present at the sixth annual TEDxLSU event to be held on March 3, 2018, at the LSU Union Theater.

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University College Seeks Nominations for Teaching Awards and Advisor of the Year

LSU University College is honored to accept nominations for the following notable awards.

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Geaux BIG Baton Rouge at LSU Seeks Work Sites

Nearly 2,000 LSU students, staff and faculty are expected to come together with Baton Rouge residents for the sixth annual Geaux BIG Baton Rouge service project on April 14, 2018. Volunteers will say "thank you" to the surrounding community by lending assistance to improve homes, schools and nonprofit organizations.

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Tigerama Moves to New Venues, Adds New Performance for 2017

Tigerama will see a move to new venues, the LSU Union Theater, and the Saenger Theatre of New Orleans, alongside the addition of a second evening performance, the LSU Department of Bands has announced.

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Energy Department Funds LSU Center for Energy Studies' Subsea Carbon Storage Research

The U.S. Department of Energy announced its intention to fund a cutting-edge research project, associated with offshore carbon capture and storage, for several LSU researchers who are working as part of a multi-regional team headed up by the Southern States Energy Board.

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