- Landolt Astronomical Observatory
The LSU Department of Physics and Astronomy has re-opened its observatory on top of Nicholson Hall. The dome and telescope have been updated and refurbished and is now offering a viewing schedule for classes and the general public. Contact Bradley Schaefer,firstname.lastname@example.org - (225) 578-0015.
- Saturday Science @ LSU
The Saturday Science @ LSU series of lectures is an interesting and exciting series for high school students, teachers, and the public.
All the lectures will be held at 10:00-11:15 AM in 130 Nicholson Hall on Saturday's at LSU, Baton Rouge. We hope you will join us, and will look forward to seeing you and your students.
- Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices (CAMD)
More information regarding CAMD's educational opportunities will be coming soon. Check back with us for more information!
- BREC-LSU-BRAS Highland Road Park Observatory
The observatory offers Friday night campfire talks followed by public observing, Saturday hands-on activities for elementary through high school students and the perfect field trip opportunity. Contact Gregory Guzik email@example.com (225) 578-8597.
- Louisiana Space Consortium (LaSPACE)
Part of NASA's National Space Grant, LaSPACE offers information on teacher resources available through NASA and is available for various school presentations and teacher workshops. For more information, contact Colleen Fava: (225) 578-8680.
- Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO)
LIGO is a national laboratory devoted to detecting gravitational waves. It is located in Livingston Parish and offers a unique field trip experience. LIGO features a Science Education Center that features over fifty hands-on exhibits, catering to student and teacher visits by appointment, and also hosting an open "Science Saturday" for families and the general public each month on the third Saturday. More information
- Society of Physics Students (SPS)
SPS is a student organization at LSU whose purpose is to promote the appreciation and advancement of physics and astronomy to the community. They are available for classroom presentations and demonstrations in physics, tutoring and help with science fair projects and host a high school competition each year. For more information, please call (225) 578-1187.