Ph.D. student Kimberly Munro will lead a small team in the first year of the “Cosma Archaelogical Project”. Munro recorded this never before documented archaeological complex know as a Cosma in her 2013 survey work in the Cordillera Negra Mountains.
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Dr. Kristine DeLong recently published a coral-based reconstruction for the Gulf of Mexico from 1734 to 2008 in the journal Paleoceanography.
Colten co-edits new historical geography book along with Geoffrey Buckley. It is a collection of essays on the historical geography of North America.
Dr. David Chicoine awarded Annual Phi Kappa Phi Award at Induction Ceremony
Of all the classes he’s taught, the research he’s done, and his achievements, Tague is most proud of receiving the Sanders Alumni Professorship in August 2013. “It recognizes a career’s worth of outstanding teaching, and this is a nice recognition,” Dr. Tague said.
Gil Ouellette, Ph.D. student lets curiosity lead him to LSU, where his doctoral research, much like his earlier work, is focused on reconstructing and understanding changes in ocean and atmospheric dynamics through the past and applying insight gained from that paleo-perspective to contemporary climate and ocean processes.
Graduate Student awarded 2014 SASHTO Graduate Student Research Award
Geography & Anthropology Annual Crawfish Boil
LSU students and faculty report a very successful national conference. The 79th Annual Society for American Archaeologists (SAA) conference was held in Austin, Texas.
Dr. Andrew Sluyter has worked to change the amount of credit LSU students get for having taken the Human Geography Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses in high school.