The Princeton Review has named the LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business an outstanding business school in the 2019 edition of its annual business school rankings.
LSU is part of a national effort to increase college access, close the achievement gap and award hundreds of thousands more degrees by 2025. The "Powered by Publics: Scaling Student Success" initiative, organized by the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, or APLU, represents the largest ever collaborative effort to improve college access, advance equity, and increase college degrees awarded.
LSU’s Memorial Oak Grove has been reimagined as a prominent place of remembrance, and on Sunday, Nov. 11, the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, a rededication ceremony was held on campus at the site.
LSU students learn first-hand about duck hunting, gun safety and ecology.
Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week, or BREW, Opening Night will kick off on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the Louisiana Emerging Technology Center in the Research District on LSU's campus.
Baton Rouge celebrates George Rodrigue, the world-renowned American surrealist artist and Louisiana native best known for his "Blue Dog" series, throughout the month of November, including milestones at two pillars of the Baton Rouge community: the LSU Women's Center and the LSU Museum of Art at the Shaw Center for the Arts.
Researchers from the LSU Center for Energy Studies and the E. J. Ourso College of Business will release the 2019 edition of the Gulf Coast Energy Outlook with a kickoff event on Friday, Nov. 16, at 10 a.m. in the Dalton J. Woods Auditorium of the LSU Energy, Coast & Environment Building. The annual Outlook provides a broad overview of the current status and trends guiding energy markets with an emphasis on the Gulf Coast.