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LSU School of Kinesiology announces annual event to empower and educate Persons with Parkinson's and their Caregivers, as well as encourage networking with researchers and clinicians.

At the center of the LSU College of Human Sciences and Education is the innate desire to #GeauxChangeLives. Today, we celebrate changemakers Lutrill and Pearl Payne, who tirelessly advocated for all LSU students to be treated with justice and respect, regardless of the color of their skin.

Over the next decade, about 33,500 openings for special education teacher positions are predicted each year. The need for educators is stronger than ever to guarantee the future successes of our youth.

Honoring the May 2024 Distinguished College of Human Sciences & Education Graduates.

The LSU College of Human Sciences & Education announces Elwood F. "Ed" Holton, III, EdD, as director of the LSU School of Leadership & Human Resource Development beginning June 1. Holton will continue to also serve in his role as Senior Director of the LSU Leadership Development Institute and Special Assistant to the Dean for Leadership Initiatives.

Fostering a culture of creativity for all learners. THIS is the mission of an LAA+ school. LSU's Early Childhood Education Laboratory Preschool consistently holds their faculty, staff, and students to this high standard.

In its third year of working with the Louisiana Attendance Alliance and Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE,) LSU’s Social Research and Evaluation Center (SREC) has been invited to participate in a presentation at the White House on May 15.

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced Wednesday, May 8, that LSU Laboratory School seniors Samuel Adjei and Lucy Nguyen are among this year’s National Merit $2,500 Scholarship winners. Their outstanding academic achievements, leadership qualities, and dedication to their studies have earned them this esteemed recognition.

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