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Introducing the Leadership LSU Spring 2021 Cohort

Introducing the Leadership LSU Spring 2021 Cohort

LSU has recognized 33 students as the Spring Cohort Class of 2021 for Leadership LSU, an annual program coordinated by LSU Campus Life.

LSU Goes to the Moon

LSU Goes to the Moon

As the U.S. lands on the Moon next year, for the first time since 1972 and the Apollo program, LSU technology built by students in close collaboration with industry partners will report back from the lunar surface.

LSU Student Journalists, Designers Honored Among Best in College Media

LSU Student Journalists, Designers Honored Among Best in College Media

Students from LSU Student Media outlets recently took home seven awards for journalism excellence in the 2020 Region 12 Society of Professional Journalists Competition and five awards in the 2021 College Media and Business Advertising Managers Competition.

LSU Presidential Search Interview Schedule

LSU Presidential Search Interview Schedule

Three candidates for LSU President have been invited for the final portion of interviews that will include a robust schedule of events, forums and sessions with the LSU Community. The following is the schedule of events that will be live streamed and recorded for future viewing for students, faculty, staff, alumni, supporters and others to follow along and participate in the search process

Sasha Thackaberry Honored as an Influential Woman in Business

Sasha Thackaberry Honored as an Influential Woman in Business

Sasha Thackaberry, vice president of LSU Online & Continuing Education, has been named as one of nine “2021 Influential Women in Business” by Baton Rouge Business Report.

LSU Reilly Center Launches Community Capacity Building Project, Invites Community Changemakers to Apply

LSU Reilly Center Launches Community Capacity Building Project, Invites Community Changemakers to Apply

The Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication is recruiting its inaugural cohort class for “The Community Collaborative: By the Community, For the Community.” The Center is seeking individuals interested in creating change in their communities to participate.

LSU Presidential Search Committee Selects Three Candidates to be Invited for On-Campus Interviews

LSU Presidential Search Committee Selects Three Candidates to be Invited for On-Campus Interviews

April 27, 2021
Following two days of interviews, the LSU Presidential Search Committee has narrowed down the list of candidates for LSU president to be invited to campus for the next round of interviews

LSU Announces the Tiger Twelve Senior Recognition Class of 2021

LSU Announces the Tiger Twelve Senior Recognition Class of 2021

LSU proudly announces the Tiger Twelve Senior Recognition Class of 2021. Class members will be recognized at a ceremony on Thursday, May 6.

Retiring LSU Professor Cecil Eubanks to be Honored with Conference and Festschrift

Retiring LSU Professor Cecil Eubanks to be Honored with Conference and Festschrift

Alumni Professor Cecil Eubanks, who taught political science at LSU from 1968 until his retirement last December, will be honored by a conference this week at which he will be presented with a "festschrift" written by a number of his former Ph.D. students.

Nancy Rabalais Elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Nancy Rabalais Elected to the National Academy of Sciences

LSU College of the Coast & Environment Professor Nancy Rabalais is among the 120 newly elected National Academy of Sciences members.

LSU Manship School Professor John Maxwell Hamilton Wins Goldsmith Book Prize for ‘Manipulating the Masses: Woodrow Wilson and the Birth of American Propaganda’

LSU Manship School Professor John Maxwell Hamilton Wins Goldsmith Book Prize for ‘Manipulating the Masses: Woodrow Wilson and the Birth of American Propaganda’

LSU Professor of Journalism John Maxwell Hamilton’s latest book, “Manipulating the Masses: Woodrow Wilson and the Birth of American Propaganda,” is a 2021 Goldsmith Book Prize winner in the academic category.

Research Highlights Social Media Funding, Staffing as Key Strategies to Support State’s Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Organizations During Pandemic

Research Highlights Social Media Funding, Staffing as Key Strategies to Support State’s Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Organizations During Pandemic

New research examines how Louisiana organizations and college centers working in the area of violence against women leveraged technology to adapt their services and outreach efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

LSU Manship School Students, Alumna Win Big at Louisiana Association of Broadcasters 2021 Prestige Awards

LSU Manship School Students, Alumna Win Big at Louisiana Association of Broadcasters 2021 Prestige Awards

Two LSU Manship School of Mass Communication seniors, Jessi Speziale and Abby Alonzo, and junior Ally Kadlubar won three of four scholarships presented at the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters 2021 Prestige Awards. Manship School alumna Kennedi Walker was named Multimedia Journalist of the Year – Television in the large market category.