LSU in the News
Tech Xplore: Senior engineering students design ball launcher, painting device for teens with cerebral palsy
Since fall 2021, a team of five LSU Engineering seniors has worked on this capstone design project under the supervision of LSU Mechanical Engineering Instructor Dave Giurintano.
If you had to pick one spot that best reflects when human activity became an Earth-shaping force, where would it be? Geoscientists will consider the question this month.
NASA is planning its first-ever mission to bring dirt and rocks from Mars back to Earth — but before that momentous event happens, the space agency needs to figure out exactly how to protect our home planet from any alien microbes that might hitch a ride.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education: Dr. William F. Tate IV Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Dr. William F. Tate IV, president of Louisiana State University, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAA&S). He is among 261 people who have been chosen to join the honorary learned society this year.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education: Dr. William F. Tate IV is the First African American to lead LSU
A prominent educational researcher, who rose through the ranks as a professor, department chair, dean, provost and now university system president, Tate is a rare academician whose cutting-edge scholarship and interests are a bit interdisciplinary, blending a research agenda that centers the importance of mathematics education, Black education, geospatial science, and epidemiology.
ESPN: New York Yankees minor league manager Rachel Balkovec has worked her entire life for this moment
RACHEL BALKOVEC WAS home recovering from getting hit in the face with a baseball late last month, and her dad was at Target buying a chair. He had to sit somewhere.
Today, we must view recent world events through the lens of national and state defense, understanding that STEM research and education are tools we can deploy to protect freedom and democracy.
In an effort to position LSU as a leading cyber and defense institution, the school has joined forces with federal and state law enforcement, private, and military partners to impact the workforce for tomorrow.
Whether it’s a tiny snail or a massive whale, most living organisms rely on blood flowing through their bodies to stay alive.
As Mardi Gras parades ramp up this week, one Louisiana State University professor is hoping to make the celebrations a little more eco-friendly.