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LSU Names Senior Internationalization Officer and Executive Director for International Programs

The LSU Office of Academic Affairs has named Samba Dieng as the new senior internationalization officer and executive director.

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Stay Ahead in the Evolving IT Landscape: LSU launches new DevOps and Cloud skills program

LSU Online & Continuing Education recently launched the LSU DevOps Engineer Certificate program for individuals looking to learn the spectrum of skills and tools in DevOps for their next career move

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New Book Released on the Origins of American Propaganda and Information State by John Maxwell Hamilton

John Maxwell Hamilton's highly acclaimed new book on the history of American propaganda is now available at LSUPress.org.

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Gift to Support Working Students in LSU College of Engineering is University's Largest Ever Immediate-impact Donation for Scholarships

A $6 million gift to benefit the LSU College of Engineering will expand the college's highly successful Brookshire Scholars program. The gift will extend the impact of the S & B Engineers and Constructors Scholarship well beyond the more than 1,300 students who have been named Brookshire Scholars since the scholarship was established in 2010.

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LSUPD Assisting McNeese State University PD

Following the devastation caused by Hurricanes Laura and Delta to Lake Charles, Louisiana, members of the LSU Police Department headed to Lake Charles on Tuesday, Oct. 13, to assist the McNeese University community.

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Centering the Citizen in Politics: Author, LSU Alumna to Discuss Citizens’ Role in Policy Development and Ballot Measures

The Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication will host alumna Katie Knobloch for a discussion of alternative participatory government models that place citizens at the center of policy development on Thursday, Oct. 22.

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No Need to Move: LSU CM Researcher Studies Associated Property Risk

The first question most Southerners are asked after a hurricane hits the Gulf Coast is “why not move?”

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