Recent News Releases

 

Following the Source: LSU CS Professor Studies COVID-19 Disparities on Social Media

LSU Computer Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Kisung Lee and LSU Environmental Sciences Professor Nina Lam are evaluating how a population reacts to multiple sources of information, hoping to eliminate disparities in the messaging.

Learn more »


Oscar and Emmy Award-winning Composer and LSU Alumnus Bill Conti Donating Original Scores to LSU

LSU College of Music & Dramatic Arts alumnus William "Bill" Conti and his wife, LSU alumna Shelby Cox Conti, of Los Angeles are giving their alma mater one of the university's biggest in-kind gifts in history: the original scores from Bill's prolific career as a composer and conductor.

Learn more »


Louisiana Lawmakers, Officials to Discuss ‘Legislating in the Time of COVID-19’ as Recap of 2020 Legislative Session at LSU Livestreamed Event

Louisiana House and Senate leaders, state administrators and economic experts will explore the realities of legislating during a pandemic on Wednesday, July 1, at 3 p.m.

Learn more »


Advance Tech Skillset with New LSU Online Programs in Coding, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity and More

To better prepare students and working professionals for technology careers, LSU Online & Continuing Education announces new professional development programs--MicroCreds, certificates and bootcamps--in topics like cloud computing, DevOps, data analytics, statistics, cybersecurity, web and software development and more.

Learn more »


LSU Press Wins Major Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) created Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) emergency grants for the short-term relief of nonprofit institutions and organizations in the humanities affected by COVID-19. “A Humanities Mission Endangered: Sustaining LSU Press” will now provide support for day-to-day operations in the midst of the ongoing pandemic.

Learn more »


Raising the Bar Online

LSU Partners with global online learning organization Quality Matters.

Learn more »


LSU Political Communication Scholar Nichole Bauer Awarded Research Grant, University Distinguished Faculty Award

LSU Assistant Professor of Political Communication Nichole Bauer was awarded more than $100,000 in a three-year grant by the Louisiana Board of Regents to support her research examining citizens’ responses to female-dominated political institutions and political leadership. Bauer’s innovative research has also led her to be named one of this year’s 10 LSU Alumni Association Rising Faculty Award recipients for outstanding record of scholarship and published research.

Learn more »