LSU has named Stacia Haynie, who currently serves as LSU interim executive vice president and provost, as the university's next executive vice president and provost, pending approval by the LSU Board of Supervisors.
Dr. Susan Weinstein is no stranger to marginalization. Growing up in a low-income, single-parent, Jewish household in a completely non-Jewish neighborhood taught Weinstein at a young age how to empathize with others and to approach unfamiliar cultures and situations with confidence and humility.
Wes Heath, Assistant Director for Cross-Cultural Affairs in the Office of Multicultural Affairs, promotes cultural adeptness by caring personally about societal issues, working diligently to toward equity and inclusion, and consistently learning about other cultures and identities.
LSU's annual Faculty Colloquium on effective teaching and learning, co-sponsored by Campus Federal Credit Union, will feature Dr. Ken Bain, best-selling author of What the Best College Teachers Do.
The Center for Community Engagement, Learning and Leadership, or CCELL, is proud to announce and welcome Sarah Becker as the center's new director. Becker, an associate professor of sociology & women's and gender studies, will be responsible for providing leadership for a service-learning program that involves more than 3,000 students and 100 courses each year.
For Rebecca Burdette, director of Communication across the Curriculum (CxC), innovation is not just about doing something new or different, it’s about doing it better.
LSU Museum of Art received the Bronze Award in the under $25,000 project budget category of the Southeastern Museum Conference's (SEMC) Excellence in Exhibitions Competition for Broken Time: Sculpture by Martin Payton.
The Faculty Technology Center has released its spring Training Catalog. Trainings include Creating Accessible Documents, Moodle 3 - Basic and Beyond, Creating and Administering Online Surveys Using Qualtrics and Turning Point Student Response System.
A finance and internal auditing major, Anthony Morales, demonstrates his innovation through his luxury sock company that focus on southern styles.
LSU's inaugural Undergraduate Research Week will be held April 5 -12, 2019. This collection of events will serve as a campus-wide celebration of undergraduate research, scholarship, and creativity in each of the senior colleges and in venues across campus.
The Bert S. Turner Department of Construction Management will be launching a 100% online Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (BSCM) degree in Fall 2019. The online BSCM is designed to meet the needs of working professionals as well as recent high school graduates who desire the convenience and flexibility of online learning.
Faculty, graduate students and graduate student organizations are needed to serve as a poster or oral presentation judge at the Undergraduate Research Conference on Friday October 26, 2018.