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LSU Cain Department of Chemical Engineering Assistant Professor Kevin McPeak is developing new ways to purify water using sunlight to solve the drinking water shortage for rural populations around the world..
Help Needed: LSU Science Fair Judges
LSU Digital & Continuing Education is requesting faculty and staff to participate as volunteer judges in the upcoming regional and state science fair hosted at the LSU Student Union. This is a great opportunity to support some of our community’s brightest minds.
Regional VII Science Fair: Feb. 18 – Junior Division; Feb. 19 – Senior Division
State Science Fair: March 17 – Junior Division; March 18 – Senior Division
LSU Establishes School of Collaborative Academic Programs
LSU recently established the School of Collaborative Academic Programs, which is a multi-college, interdisciplinary and cutting-edge program bridging faculty expertise across disciplines to offer cross-disciplinary curriculums to undergraduate and graduate students. The program involves deep integration across disciplinary boundaries and requires the convergence of knowledge that utilizes the strengths of more than one school or college to address the exceptionally complex problems of the human condition.
The school, housed in the Office of Academic Affairs, will operate under the executive leadership of a program director who will partner with deans from three of the academic colleges. The school will be governed by its policy committee, which includes representation from all of the academic disciplinary colleges on campus. The school is currently seeking applications for the program director position. Find a full job description for the faculty program director here. Individuals are encouraged to nominate candidates or self-nominate for the position. The program will soon be accepting proposals for courses and degree.
LSU is committed to ensuring its online content is accessible to all users, regardless of ability or disability. Per Section 504 of the Workforce Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, all online content, including but not limited to course materials, websites and pdfs, must be compliant according to WCAG 2.0 Level AA and WAI-ARIA 1.0. LSU’s entire online presence must be brought into compliance by August 2019.
Sites in non-university-supported solutions will need to be remediated by the managing unit. Faculty are responsible for remediating their own websites.
For guidelines and best practices, view LSU Accessibility.
If you manage a website in OU Campus or Wordpress, register for accessibility training.
Additional accessibility resources are available in Grok.
Questions may be directed to the Online Accessibility Working Group at firstname.lastname@example.org.