Your Investment in Action
LSU’s Mystery Project Collaborative, funded by $10,000 from the LSU Provost Fund for Innovation in Research, asks, “What’s the most mysterious thing in your life?” The answer serves as a launching point and tipping point between the known and unknown.
The announcement in October 2023 of a new LSU Litter Institute helps solidify the university as a key partner in addressing the statewide and worldwide challenge of removing litter and debris from our roadways, waterways, and shorelines.
LSU Health, LCMC Health, Louisiana Cancer Research Center, and Tulane have agreed to key steps to accelerate the attainment of the first National Cancer Institute Designated Cancer Center in Louisiana.
LSU of Alexandria and LSU Health New Orleans School of Dentistry have launched the first dental hygiene program in Central Louisiana, housed at an instructional site on LSUA’s campus and offering a two-year Bachelor of Science degree.
Summer Research is great way to explore more fully your major and get course credit through an internship or paid job. Learn more how LSU student Sophie Kate LeBlanc spent her summer doing pre-veterinary research.
High schooler Kaitlyn Smith knows so much about keeping smart home devices safe from hackers that she wrote a guide on the subject. Smith's passion for cybersecurity has made her a fixture at LSU's College of Engineering and the Center for Computation & Technology.
Ethan Hill, a 12-year-old student at Walnut Hill Middle School in Caddo Parish, looks back at his summer experience with the Louisiana Preparatory Program, or LaPREP, at LSU Shreveport, where he learned to navigate more safely through cyberspace.
Mohammad Alfrad Nobel Bhuiyan, PhD, has been named the Director of Biostatistics and Computational Biology at LSU Health Shreveport, responsible for coordinating research activities related to biostatistics and computational biology across all three of LSUHS's professional schools.
Karsten Thompson, interim dean of the LSU College of Engineering, shares insight into his research in the area of porous materials and how the college is advancing LSU's Scholarship First Agenda, in particular as it relates to capturing carbon and shaping the future of energy.
The LSU Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) Academic Bowl team achieved a remarkable double victory at the 2023 Annual National Competition in Washington, D.C.
Fueled by the Scholarship First Agenda, LSU's successes across Louisiana, both in athletics and academics, are shaping our state in remarkable ways. The accolades received in 2023 put Louisiana and its citizens on firmer footing for a brighter tomorrow.
Summer Research is great way to explore more fully your major and get course credit through an internship or paid research ob. Learn more how LSU student Amna Rathor spent her summer.