LSU's receipt of the $5 million scholarship grant marks a milestone in the university's dedication to tackling the global energy challenge.
An LSU-led statewide team of universities, community and technical colleges, agencies and industry has been named a finalist for one of five $160 million National Science Foundation grants. The team’s goal is to support energy transition and decarbonization through technology and talent development across Louisiana’s industrial corridor.
LSU and ExxonMobil are strengthening their decades-long relationship to collaboratively pursue key priorities set forth in LSU’s Scholarship First Agenda, including by advancing energy security and sustainability initiatives, and to invest in local community workforce programs and athletics.
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Gift is university’s largest ever from a for-profit corporate partner and largest philanthropic investment in energy-related initiatives