Val Feathers won the “People’s Choice Award” (and a monetary award of $500) at the Three Minute Thesis Competition Wed Nov 9 in the Digital Media Arts and Engineering auditorium at LSU. The event was […]
Drs. Kent Mathewson and David Chicoine lead incoming graduate students on a field trip to Poverty Point World Heritage Site in northeastern Louisiana.
Chancellor F. King Alexander visits SRCC center and learns about SURGEDAT, the world’s storm surge database, which is housed right here at LSU!
“[The program] will focus on a topic relevant to the state of Louisiana because climate change might affect hurricane activity,” said Assistant Commissioner for Academic Affairs Jeannine Kahn.
The LSU Department of Geography and Anthropology, in collaboration with the LSU Libraries, will host a symposium to honor the distinguished career of H. Jess Walker. The symposium will take place on January 15, 2016 in the Hill Memorial Library.
“In Memoriam: Harley Jesse “Jess” Walker, 1921-2015″
Dr. Harley Jesse (Jess) Walker (7/4/1921 – 5/30/2015)
“Don’t be dismayed by goodbyes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again after moments or lifetimes is certain for those who are friends.” – Richard Bach
Geography and Anthropology faculty awarded for outstanding teaching, research, service, and commitment.
“People today can’t imagine Jazz Fest without Congo Square,” Regis said. “But bringing the Koindu marketplace to life took a great effort by many people. It wasn’t just about adding black vendors. It was about changing the structure of the festival and its governance.”