Had a doctor’s visit and need a prescription filled? Allergy season got the best of you? Don’t have time in-between work and the carpool line to grab a prescription? The Pharmacy at LSU has you covered.
An integral component of the LSU Strategic Plan 2025 focuses on six key values that the university inculcates in its faculty, staff and students. They are creative, culturally adept, innovative, transformative, globally engaged, and collaborative. The strategic plan video vignette features faculty, staff and students that epitomize the values established in the strategic plan at LSU. Throughout the video series, LSU community members will demonstrate how their work is connecting the university to the citizens of our city, state and world.
Much like people, oysters have a unique genetic makeup that is different from every other member of its species. Dr. Morgan Kelly, assistant professor in Biological Sciences in the College of Science, studies these Louisiana culinary favorites and how variations in their genetic code can affect their vulnerability to the impacts of climate change.
With the recent launch of the new LSU Strategic Plan 2025, headway is already being made.
Free Diabetes Screening, Fall Midterm Grades Due, Diversity Book Club, Student Leadership Conference, Call for Nominations...
FTC Open House, Midterm Grade Reporting, Faculty Opportunities and Recruitment Series
The Division of Strategic Communications, in partnership with the Administrative Process Improvement (APIC) Committee, recently launched a new website to support faculty and staff. The website compiles frequently visited links, highlights faculty and staff accolades and offers a comprehensive training and upcoming events calendar, among other features.
The kernel of LSU’s new strategic plan emerged from a conversation among the deans in October, 2015. This week we received the final copy from the printer and is currently being mailed to our faculty and staff
Richard Koubek, Executive Vice President and Provost will host office hours for faculty, staff and students.
Although many students view leadership as a personality characteristic or ability that cannot be developed, Daniel Whitman, Associate Professor in the Rucks Department of Management in the E.J. Ourso College of Business, describes it as something that can absolutely be improved, no matter the person.
An integral component of the Strategic Plan focuses on six key values that the university inculcates in its faculty, staff and students. They are creative, culturally adept, innovative, transformative, globally engaged, and collaborative. Dr. Mary Brody, a Professor in the Department of Geography and Anthropology, explains how she personifies the value culturally adept.