Every two years a select group of international scholars participates in a traveling seminar in Brazil that focuses on cities and rivers.
State of the Coast is hosted every two years by the Council for the Restoration of Coastal Louisiana and brings together experts from coastal sciences, engineering, social sciences, and the humanities. Coastal specialists from 33 states were among the 1000 plus attendees. Special guest speakers included New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu.
Parrinello’s recent book Fault Lines: Earthquakes and Urbanism in Modern Italy received the 2015 Book Prize awarded by the American Association for Italian Studies.
New Graduate Student Orientation Hosted by The LSU Graduate School Wednesday, August 17, 2016 Noon – 4:00 p.m. LSU Student Union
On the hunt for wild edible plants right in Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge meteorologist talks his daily routine
After graduating in December 2015, Louise, her husband and 1 year old son relocated to South Africa. Louise took a one-year position as a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences at […]
Caparotta wrote a blog post saying that despite the hard work and efforts of National Weather Service forecasters, a few tornadoes touched down with little warning and one with no warning at all.
2016 Spring Crawfish Boil
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 […]