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The undergraduate and graduate programs at the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture (RRSLA) have once again received top rankings from DesignIntelligence magazine, the leading journal of design professionals. The 2018–19 issue of “America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools” ranked the undergraduate program as number one in the nation and the graduate program as number five in the nation.
LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication awarded its inaugural Stephen Buttry Memorial Scholarship to senior broadcast journalism major and Madisonville, Louisiana native Trey Couvillion.
The Manship School of Mass Communication’s Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs will host democracy researcher, professor and author Mike Wagner, Ph.D., for “Beyond the Left-Right Divide: Conditional Mass Polarization in American Politics” on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Wagner will outline the growing divides within American politics over the past 40 years and offer analysis on how the public has responded to these changes.
In the recently released Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings for 2019, LSU is ranked 85th among public universities and 352nd overall, a jump 91 spots over last year’s placement in the rankings.
The LSU E. J. Ourso College ranked 108th overall in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Undergraduate Business Programs” rankings released earlier this month. This year’s ranking places the college in the top quarter of all business schools and is a slight increase from the college’s 109th ranking in 2017.
Amidst the comic books, cosplayers and convention goers at the recent Dragon Con event in Atlanta was LSU Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Theda Daniels-Race. She wasn't one of the estimated 80,000 attendees dressed as their favorite larger-than-life character or a celebrity there to plug his or her latest project. Instead, Daniels-Race was there as part of the Women in Science & Tech Careers (WSTC) panel to talk about the issues women face in science and technology careers and what they can do about them.
The LSU Construction Industry Advisory Council (CIAC) recently convened for the first meeting of its Board of Directors. The board bid farewell to two long-serving members, Kathy Trahan of Alliance Safety Council and Ken Naquin of the Louisiana AGC, and welcomed new member of the board, Michael Demouy of Louisiana AGC.
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