Geauxing for Gold is a workshop designed to provide undergraduate students in the College of Human Science & Education with strategies to increase their academic achievement, study skills, and organizational skills.
2011 LSU graduate Ashley Wilking always knew she was destined for big things, moving to the Big Apple shortly after graduating. “I studied organizational and workforce development and to me it was such a niche degree that not a lot of colleges offered and the whole idea was that you worked within the HR realm but it was bettering people,” Wilking said.
The College of Human Sciences and Education offers several online degree and certificate programs with multiple enrollment dates throughout the LSU calendar year. Check out our programs below to find the one that will take your career to the next level!
Haley Johnson, head of government documents at LSU and School of Library & Information Science alumna, and Sarah Simms, undergraduate and student success librarian at LSU, recently spoke at the 2018 ALA Annual Conference to present their research, "The Accidental Researcher: a Case Study in Librarian-led Historical Research and Social Justice". The presentation detailed how the two academic librarians came to discover World War II internment camps in Louisiana.
e you a principal, school administrator, school safety officer, or superintendent? Are you responsible for school safety planning? Join us as we explore the varied aspects of safety that will enhance and promote preparedness. Allow experts to review your current plans and provide insight to create future plans and effective emergency operations.
Join us at Knock Knock Children's Museum to plant SEEds of sevice.
Join us on August 15 for Supper in the Swamp!