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Faculty, staff and students from the Department of Environmental Sciences and the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences will be attending the 2024 Ocean Sciences Meeting in New Orleans
Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Masters student Kevin Stoner is working on research about best practices in restoring Louisiana's wetlands
CC&E's Department of Environmental Sciences is working with the Lutrill & Pearl Payne to train Louisiana's next generation of environmental science teachers.
Celebrate Penguin Awareness Day by learning more about the Adelie penguin
Alumni of the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences and the Department of Environmental Sciences recall their experiences with NOAA's Knauss Fellowship and make recommendations for students interested in becoming fellows.
Oceanography & Coastal Sciences faculty Cheryl Harrison is part of an international team of researchers working on how to feed the world during the worst case scenario of a nuclear war or volcanic eruption. The answer? Seaweed.
CC&E is excited to welcome its latest group of alumni, the class of Fall 2023!
Thanks to the generosity of the Tyler Center for Global Studies, five LSU students were able to visit the Galapagos Islands to study ecology.
Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences faculty Junhong Liang, Nancy Rabalais and Cassandra Glaspie have received $1.5 from NOAA to study the impacts of climate change on marine life in the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone
R. Eugene Turner, an LSU Boyd Professor and an emeritus in the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences, has been awarded the Odum Lifetime Achievement Award by the Coastal Estuarine Research Federation
LSU Environmental Environmental Sciences faculty are working to build an artificial intelligence system that can help locate safe storage sites for carbon capture facilities.
Department of Environmental Sciences Professor Nina Lam, along with Assistant Professor Kisung Lee of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, has received a $1.1 NSF grant to create cyberinfrastructure that will build community disaster resilience.
Read all about CES major Jonathan Russell's summer research on the LSU Blog
Twenty much needed high frequency radar systems will be put up along the Louisiana coastline, thanks to NOAA funding secured by faculty in LSU's Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences, Geology and Geophysics, and other collaborators.
A PhD candidate from the Department of Environmental Sciences, and an alumna and a current Master's student from the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences have all been named Science Policy Fellows.
Department of Environmental Sciences faculty have received an NSF grant to help prepare rural communities for the challenges of climate change.
Mercedes Pinzon, a recent graduate of the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences Masters program, has been awarded a four month internship with Panama's Ministry of the Environment, to help the country prepare for the upcoming United Nations Conference on Climate Change
Congratulations to our most recent alumni!
High heat this summer can make outdoor athletic training events like football camp a little trickier, said Department of Environmental Sciences Professor Vince Wilson. But with the right precautions, the training can continue.
Coastal Environmental Sciences students now have a sixth concentration to choose from, with the introduction of the new Deltaic Sciences concentration.
CC&E students and faculty have spent their summers conducting research that impacts the Gulf Coast through the Gulf Renaissance Scholars Program.
Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences PhD student Benjamin Limer has been named a 2023 Fulbright Scholar.
Chris D'Elia, professor in the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences and dean emeritus of the College of the Coast & Environment, has been honored by the Phi Beta Kappa Chapter at his undergraduate institution.
Dr. Clint Willson, the College of the Coast & Environment's new Interim Dean, discusses his background and how he sees CC&E.
LSU EnvironMentors participants visited Washington, DC to compete in the National EnvironMentors Fair and Research Showcase with the Global Council for Science and the Environment