About the Quality of Life Series | LSU College of Human Sciences & Education | LSU College of Human Sciences & Education

Quality of Life Lecture Series

What is the Quality of Life Lecture Series?

Each year, the College of Human Science & Education at Louisiana State University welcomes experts from different cultures and disciplines to speak to our community about complex education, health, information, and human issues facing our society.  This lecture series highlights the college’s vision of improving quality of life across the lifespan in a significant and meaningful way.

Who Can Attend?

LSU students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to attend. All sessions are free and open to the public.


What are the 2018 Session Dates & Times?

Age Related Anabolic Resistance| LSU School of Kinesiology

February 28 | 3 p.m. | Lawton Room 


School Reform and Educational Inequity | LSU School of Education

March 6 & 15 | University Lab School Auditorium


Metaliteracy | LSU School of Library and Information Science

April 13 |  | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | LSU Center for Computation and Technology’s Theatre


Mental Health, Health Care, & Human Rights | LSU School of Social Work

April 26 | Cook Conference Center