Registration is now open for more than 30 LSU leisure courses scheduled to take place from March through May. The catalog of course offerings is now available online at www.outreach.lsu.edu/leisure.
The Louisiana Civil Service League recently announced its honorees for the Charles E. Dunbar Jr. Career Service Award that included Eli Jackson, a 53-year veteran of the LSU Department of Residential Life. The Career Service Award is presented to employees in a classified merit system who have distinguished themselves by service over and above the call of duty.
On any given day, one can walk by the Chevron Center for Engineering Education in Patrick F. Taylor Hall and see a bevy of students hard at work using computers, 3D scanners and printers. The 2,916-square-foot facility not only houses the Engineering Communication Studio that provides this cutting-edge equipment, it also serves as a hub for LSU College of Engineering students who have an interest in traveling abroad, learning communication techniques, and becoming an LSU Distinguished Communicator.
Applications for the eighth annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Tiger Businesses, hosted by LSU Executive Education, are now open. Nominations and applications can be found at lsu100.com.
The LSU School of Architecture is pleased to announce that ten students in the Bachelor of Architecture program recently placed in the top 40 of the fifth Earth Architecture Competition DESIGNING A RURAL ARTS CENTER FOR SENEGAL. Students in the ARCH 3001 studios, taught by Professor Ursula Emery McClure and Assistant Professor Robert Holton, spent five weeks of the fall semester designing projects and preparing competition entries for submittal. The following third-year students received Top 40 Design Entries awards: Daniel Berg, Austin Copete, Nicholas Dubuc, Claire Duncan, Cornisha Lyons, Kaylan Mitchell, Cory Natal, Logan Osborn, Dylan Roth, and Antonio Tejeda.
LSU Executive Education’s Breakfast to Business series will host “Taking Control of Your Retirement Portfolio” on Wednesday, Feb. 21 from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. in room 1420 of the LSU Business Education Complex.
icole Wesley, a master of public administration student in the LSU Public Administration Institute, was selected as a 2018 American Society for Public Administration, or ASPA, Founders’ Fellow.
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