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LSU senior awarded Alpha Lambda Delta Mariam Shelden Graduate Fellowship

LSU student and Lafayette native, Nika Khorsandi was awarded the Alpha Lambda Delta Miriam Shelden Graduate Fellowship for the 2017-2018 academic year.

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Congrats to the 2017 FYE Student Leaders

Congratulations to the students selected to serve as the 2017 FYE Student Leaders. The students will serve as either Bengal Bound Leaders, STRIPES Program Assistants, STRIPES Small Group Leader and/or Tiger Transition Team Peer Mentors.

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LSU First Year Experience Student Leader awarded TD Ameritrade Scholarship

Baton Rouge, La - September 12, 2016 - LSU junior and Houma native, Megan Manno, was awarded the TD Ameritrade Scholarship for the 2016-2017 academic year.

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LSU Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society welcomes more than 300 initiates

Baton Rouge, La - April 27, 2016 - Three hundred and thirty five LSU students were initiated into the Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) Chapter at LSU at its 2016 Spring Induction Ceremony on Wednesday, April 20, 2016.

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Louisiana State University receives recognition on Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Honor Roll

Baton Rouge, La - April 11, 2016 - Louisiana State University was recognized on Phi Theta Kappa's Transfer Honor Roll as one of 40 colleges with dynamic transfer pathways.

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LSU junior awarded Alpha Lambda Delta Stemler Study Abroad Scholarship

Baton Rouge, La - April 11, 2016 - LSU student and New Orleans native, Madeline Munch, was awarded the Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) James G. Stemler Study Abroad Scholarship for 2016-2017 academic year.

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Stephen Martinez: Academic, public servant & Tiger

Stephen Mark Martinez – was born in Ponce Puerto Rico and moved to Baton Rouge at the age of three. Martinez attended East Baton Rouge public schools from kindergarten to 12th grade. During his senior year, he dropped out of school due to poor grades and obtained his GED a year later. In 1996, he began his career in law enforcement in the Baton Rouge area and found his calling as a public servant. Two years later, he took on a second profession as a firefighter also in the Baton Rouge area where he, to this day, serves the public on both fronts. In 2001 he joined the U.S. Navy Reserve, and shortly after 9/11, he submitted several request to leave the Reserves and enter Active Duty. He married his current wife April in December of 2001 and received his Active Duty approval the following month, serving on Active Duty until 2005. Upon being honorably discharged, he returned to Baton Rouge where he re-entered his public service career and later, in 2009, his son Gabriel was born.

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