Recent News Releases
Three Ogden Honors College students have been selected as LSU’s nominees for the nationally competitive Truman Scholarship, awarded by the Harry S. Truman Foundation. Students must be selected through an internal competition at LSU, and each four-year college can nominate up to four students to compete nationally.
Former Congresswoman Nan Hayworth, M.D., (R—NY) will serve as keynote speaker at the 2019 John Breaux Symposium, hosted by the Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication on March 13.
Two new books by LSU sociologist Lori Martin highlights black women's leadership throughout social movements.
LSU junior Katie Brunet experienced New York Fashion Week like a celebrity. The immersive experience in New York City, hosted by IMG College Licensing and IMG's fashion events division, included fashion shows and networking events at companies like Victoria's Secret Pink.
The LSU Flores MBA Program has launched a one-year MBA track that’s geared toward students who hold an undergraduate business degree from an accredited institution. Beginning in June, this new one-year MBA format will allow students to complete the MBA degree in just 11 months.
The three LSU faculty elected as NAI Senior Members are LSU Pathobiological Sciences Professor Shafiqul Chowdhury, LSU Department of Mechanical Engineering Professor and the DOW Chemical Endowed Chair in Rotating Machinery Michael Khonsari and the LSU Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering Emmett C. Wells Jr. Distinguished Professor Dandina Rao.
Five interdisciplinary collaborators from LSU have contributed to the new book, Coasts and Estuaries: The Future. This comprehensive book of more than 700 pages catalogs and proposes sustainable solutions to coastal and estuarine problems impacting about 40 percent of the global population that lives near large bodies of water.