October 03, 2012
Public, private funding planned for engineering complex
Gov. Bobby Jindal announced Tuesday a $100 million public-private partnership to renovate LSU’s Patrick F. Taylor Hall and turn it into a state-of-the-art engineering education complex.
Patrick F. Taylor Hall to be expanded by 2016
The Daily Reveille
The University’s largest building — the College of Engineering’s Patrick F. Taylor Hall — will be expanded and renovated by fall 2016, Gov. Bobby Jindal announced in a news conference Tuesday.
LSU engineering dean ‘optimistic’ about raising $50 million
Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
LSU says it already has raised $8 million in private and corporate donations toward renovating and expanding Patrick F. Taylor Hall to create a "state-of-the-art engineering education complex."
LSU eyes new grading system
The LSU Faculty Senate on Tuesday approved a resolution to recommend the university switch to a new student grading system that awards different scores for “plus and minus” letter grades.
LSU receives grant to study coastal sustainability
LSU has been awarded a $1.5 million grant to study whether coastal Louisiana has become too expensive to maintain.
EcoSummit 2012 | Scientists foresee a world without much oil
People get upset when a gallon of gas tops $4.
Symposium addresses variety of garden interests
Morning refreshments will be served at the workshop sites followed by a gourmet lunch in Genevieve Munson Trimble’s Ruins Gardens of Afton Villa.