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LSU Health New Orleans burn surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Carter with Ukrainian and New Orleans colleagues

LSU Health New Orleans Leads Education to Treat Burn and Blast Injuries

Burn surgeons at LSU Health New Orleans are helping first responders in military war zones and civilian life learn how to treat burn and blast injuries with $4.6 million in support from the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command.

Poet Laureate Mona Lisa Saloy

LSU's Delta Mouth Reading Series Presents Two Celebrated Louisiana Authors

LSU Creative Writing's Delta Mouth Reading Series will bring to campus two acclaimed authors with deep roots in Louisiana - Mona Lisa Saloy, the current Poet Laureate of Louisiana, and the novelist and poet Olivia Clare Friedman on Feb. 10

Service Employee Work Performance Can Create Stronger Customer Relationships

Service Employee Work Performance Can Create Stronger Customer Relationships

A new interdisciplinary study led by an LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business researcher uses meta-analysis to bridge employee and customer engagement through service employee work performance.

LSU Experts Available to Speak about Mardi Gras

LSU Experts Available to Speak on Mardi Gras History and Traditions

Experts can speak on a variety of Mardi Gras-related topics ranging from rituals and folklore to economic impact and tourism

LSU PETE Professor Proposes Plan for Orphan Oil Wells

LSU PETE Professor Proposes Plan for Orphan Oil Wells

Oil drilling has had its fair share of controversy as of late, leaving engineers trying to determine how to keep fossil fuels in play while considering environmentally-friendly solutions. LSU Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering Professor Dandina Rao has a plan that will not only create less carbon dioxide during oil production but will also make use of the millions of orphan wells that are scattered throughout the United States.

LIDAR of a Mangrove Trunk

Letting Nature Lead the Fight - US Army Corps of Engineers Reinvests in LSU to Protect Military Infrastructure Using Nature-Based Designs

LSU researchers and the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center are using the Louisiana coastline as a living laboratory as they team up to develop a set of engineering and design strategies to protect the Army's infrastructure and people.

LSU Science Cafe full house

LSU Science Café Celebrates 10 Years

The free, monthly public talk featuring LSU professors and their research has brought hundreds of community members together.

LSU Awards Tom W. Dutton Scholarship to 10 Students

LSU Awards Tom W. Dutton Scholarship to 10 Students

LSU Campus Life awarded the 2022 Tom W. Dutton Scholarship to 10 female students who were nominated for their participation and leadership in campus and community service activities.

Dr. Hollis O'Neal

LSU Health Sciences Physician Lead Investigator on Groundbreaking Sepsis Test

Sepsis is the No. 1 cause of death in hospitals and Louisiana leads the country with the highest rate of sepsis mortality, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hollis O’Neal, MD, Critical Care Physician at LSU Health Sciences Center and Medical Director of Research at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, was the national principal investigator that led to the creation of an FDA-cleared test for sepsis.