Through a partnership with Capital Area Human Services District, one of Louisiana’s largest behavioral health providers, LSU leverages AI technology to catch early warning signs of serious mental illness and improve treatment.Mental health illustration
The New Orleans Sewage and Water board had been monitoring water quality in the Mississippi River for decades when, in Ohio, in 1969, the Cuyahoga River caught fire for the 11th time.
Experts to Discuss Evolving Nature of Mainstream Publishing Experience at LSU Reilly Center, Red Stick Reads Event
Publishing has historically centered the narratives of the majority and sidelined those in the minority. The Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication will host “Diversity in Publishing” on Friday, Oct. 28, at Red Stick Reads, Baton Rouge’s only independent local bookstore, to explore the evolving diversity in the publishing industry.
Louisiana First Lady Donna Edwards to join legal scholars, trafficking survivors, and service providers at “Improving Criminal Justice Responses to Sex Trafficking” symposium at LSU Law on Oct. 28
Louisiana First Lady Donna Edwards will join legal scholars, government officials, trafficking survivors, and survivor service providers at the “Improving Criminal Justice Responses to Sex Trafficking” symposium at LSU Law on Friday, Oct. 28.
LSU Assistant Professor Asha Winfield Earns National Faculty Award, Outstanding Dissertation for Research on Lived Experiences of Black Americans
Critical and cultural media scholar Asha Winfield has been awarded the Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award and the National Communication Association's Outstanding Dissertation Award, among other honors this year, for her research on Black Health and Black representation in media.
In a press conference this week, seven central Louisiana businesses stood with LSUA to announce an official partnership known as LSUA Accountants for the Future that will provide funding, support, and professional opportunities to increase the number of qualified accountants graduating into the workforce.
LSU biologist Daijiang Li is building the first worldwide database on plant phenology, or the study of the timing of plant life cycles, which will be called Phenobase.
Louisiana State University (LSU) and Louisiana State University Shreveport (LSUS) have been ranked among the top 3 online MBA programs in Louisiana for their competitively priced, well-respected, virtual Master of Business Administration programs.
Michelle Schulte, LSU Museum of Art Senior Curator and Director of Public Programs, Receives 2022 Southeastern Museums Conference Museum Leadership Award
The Southeastern Museums Conference is proud to announce the winners of the 2022 James R. Short Award, Outstanding Service to the Museum Profession Award, Museum Leadership Award and Emerging Museum Professional Award.
As NASA prepares for a late-November launch for the Artemis I Moon Mission, LSU faculty are making preparations of their own to properly train a future-ready construction workforce in extraterrestrial construction.
LSU Scientist Leads a U.S. Team in International Effort to Understand Air-Sea Gas Exchange in Labrador Sea
An LSU Scientist will be leading the US team as part of an international research expedition to the Labrador Sea that stretches between Canada and Greenland.
Stephenson Technologies Corporation, or STC, is LSU's affiliate to conduct high-level defense and national security applied research and development.
LSU researchers are using artificial intelligence, or AI, to effectively predict individual responses to different diets. LSU’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center recently partnered with LSU Health New Orleans to leverage new technologies in the fight against the obesity epidemic and health disparities in Louisiana by joining the largest-ever national effort to leverage big data science for precision health.
Novelist and LSU alumna E.M. Tran will read from and discuss her debut novel, "Daughters of the New Year" on campus on Oct. 21. Following the reading, the author will sign books and participate in a conversation with James Nguyen H. Spencer, vice provost and dean of the LSU Graduate School.
Following a more than 45-year career, LSU Shreveport Chancellor Larry Clark has announced that he will retire at the end of the academic year. Clark made the announcement during the LSU Shreveport Planning council meeting on campus today.