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Title IX Reporting Responsibility
Every employee has an obligation to report sexual violence and all potential Title IX violations. Visit lsu.edu/support to learn about your responsibility as an employee, as well as information on confidentiality, advice for those who don’t know how to get help or what actions to take, and how to help a student or coworker who may be going through trauma from domestic or sexual violence. The site also links to both on- and off-campus resources available to students and employees.
On Par with the President
Inspired by one of his favorite sports and the idea of individuals at LSU being "on par" with the best in their areas of expertise, President William F. Tate IV chats in this podcast with students, alumni, faculty and staff from the LSU community about the intersection of scholarship and impact on society, setting and fulfilling goals, creating a legacy and more. Make sure to visit the podcast website and check back in so you don’t miss an episode.
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..
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement for Faculty & Staff
In order to maintain safety on campus, we must have a record of faculty and staff that have been vaccinated. Employees who choose not to be vaccinated will be allowed a testing option. Please submit proof of vaccination through the Employee Verification Portal as soon as possible, but no later than Friday, Oct. 15, 2021. Read more.
Hazing Prevention & Reporting
Hazing is illegal in Louisiana and is strictly prohibited at LSU. Our state laws create responsibilities for employees where hazing is concerned. Read more about your reporting responsibility, as well as the signs of hazing, the law, and bystander assistance requirements.
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 email@example.com.