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'Til Trends Do Us Part: A Retrospective of Changing Fashion in Bridal Wear from the Collection of the LSU Textile & Costume Museum
The LSU Textile & Costume Museum presents 'Til Trends Do Us Part: A Retrospective of Changing Fashion in Bridal Wear, a fascinating exhibition showcasing approximately 30 garments from the museum's collection.
LSU named Matt Lee as Vice President for Agriculture and Dean of the College of Agriculture, pending approval by the LSU Board of Supervisors. Lee has been serving as the Interim Vice President and Dean since August 2022.
There may be more happening in the Louisiana wetland ecosystem than can be seen or heard. Some of the most reclusive groups of birds in the marsh, known collectively as secretive marsh birds, may help inform how Louisiana's coast is rebuilt.
Researchers in the LSU School of Renewable Natural Resources are collecting data on secretive marsh birds to better estimate the bird population on the coast. “Secretive marsh birds” is a collective term used to describe a species of wetland birds that live in dense vegetation.
Breakthroughs in the preservation techniques of aquatic species genomes could aid conservation efforts and are needed to safeguard billions of dollars of investments in biomedical research, industrial production and fisheries.