Lauren Hull, graduate assistant for the Louisiana Sea Grant program featured in the Daily Reveille, promoting gulf literacy among the next generation of Louisiana residents. Graduate student develops gulf literacy resource to promote understanding of […]
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Graduate Students host table at LSU Graduate Student Fair, Friday April 15, 2016
Dr. Fahui Wang is the recipient of the 2016 “Rainmakers,’ Leaders in Research Senior Scholar award.
Dr. Peng Jia wins 2016 Jaques May Thesis Prize
Often overlooked in historical studies of New Orleans, the city’s Hispanic and Latino populations have contributed significantly to its development. Hispanic and Latino New Orleans offers the first scholarly study of these communities in the Crescent City. This trailblazing volume not only explores the evolving role of Hispanics and Latinos in shaping the city’s unique cultural identity but also reveals how their history informs the ongoing national debate about immigration. – See more at: http://lsupress.org/books/detail/hispanic-and-latino-new-orleans/#sthash.GeyUe09j.dpuf
We are situated in a prime location for studying coastal environmental sciences as we have access to 397 miles of coastline and the Mississippi delta. Our students and faculty work on the most pressing environmental issues today including coastal land loss, sea level rise, hurricanes and climate change.
Dr. Juliet Brophy gave a talk at Darwin Day at Tulane University entitled, “Homo naledi: A new species in the human lineage from South Africa.
When local authorities find a decomposed body they can’t identify, what do they do? Well, they send it to the LSU FACES Laboratory.
Geography graduate student Clay Tucker featured in the first edition of the Graduate School Newsletter
The Jagiellonian University has been consistently ranked as one of the top universities in Poland and among its most prominent alumni are the astronomer, mathematician, and cartographer Nikolaus Kopernikus and the former pope Johannes Paul II.