April 2015 News Releases

 

2019 Friends of the LSU Libraries Book Bazaar

Friends of the LSU Libraries will hold its 2019 Book Bazaar on January 24 and 25 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and January 26 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the 4-H Mini Farm & Nelson Memorial on the LSU campus. Volunteers at the Book Barn prepare for this three-day event all year, receiving donations, and sorting and pricing books.

Learn more »


Lecture and Panel at Law School Explores Role of Jury in the Administrative State on Jan. 22

Adam MacLeod of Faulkner University Law School in Montgomery, Ala., will be the lead speaker in a conversation on "The Jury in the Age of Public Rights" in the McKernan Auditorium of the LSU Law Center on Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 3 p.m.

Learn more »


Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Celebration

The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Celebration highlights and memorializes the work, accomplishments, and legacy of one of the greatest Civil Rights and African American leaders in modern history. The Celebration, organized by the collective efforts of students, faculty and staff led committees, conceptualizes and executes a series of events to engage the LSU and greater Baton Rouge community on actualizing Dr. King's ideals of social justice, non-violence, education, and service.

Learn more »


New Space in the LSU Student Union

LSU Auxiliary Services is excited to announce the addition of a new public space in the LSU Student Union.

Learn more »


Gov. Edwards Welcomes Cyber Partnership with Israeli Firm at LSU

Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards welcomed Israel-based Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. to Louisiana, where the company will pursue a cybersecurity partnership with Stephenson Technologies Corporation, LSU’s applied research corporation serving U.S. federal markets.

Learn more »


Malaria Vaccine among 12 New Technologies to Receive Support from the LSU Board of Supervisors

The latest round of LIFT2 awardees includes a vaccine for malaria developed by researchers at LSU.

Learn more »


Q&A: LSU Boyd Professor Isiah Warner

Upon accepting the Nature Award for Mentoring in Science, LSU Boyd Professor Isiah Warner elaborated on the method that made the LSU Department of Chemistry the top producer of doctoral degrees in chemistry for both women and African-Americans in the U.S.

Learn more »


 

 

Right column content.