Recent News Releases
Fifty-five Class of 2021 LSU Law students have been selected to be members of the Board of Advocates, a student honor organization dedicated to the promotion and development of oral and written persuasive advocacy skills.
Thousands of Gallons of Good: LSU chemists help Louisiana prepare large batches of hand rub sanitizer
Last week, LSU chemists helped oversee the formulation of the first two batches of hand rub sanitizer, which were placed into 5,300 bottles for distribution through the state.
LSU Psychology Professor offers guidance for parents and caregivers in this tip sheet.
Never in a million years did LSU Mechanical Engineering freshman Elena Harris expect to be taking online classes during her second semester at LSU. The Baton Rouge native, along with nearly 5,000 other LSU engineering students, is having to adjust to a new style of learning amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Though it’s a big change for Harris and other students, they are figuring out how to adjust during this unprecedented time.
A decennial census is mandated by the Constitution. The census counts every person living in the United States, including college students. LSU Professor of Sociology Tim Slack shares insight into the census and its importance.
LSU welcomes its 36th winner of the Goldwater Scholarship, Brianna Robertson.
Protecting the Protectors: LSU Team Supporting Physicians, Combatting COVID-19 by Creating Masks, Ventilator Parts
LSU faculty, students and community members are creating face masks, ventilators and face shields for nurses and doctors working with COVID-19 patients at LSU Health in New Orleans.