These workshops are designed to help undergraduate students of all levels become more effective researchers. Our offerings include: Becoming a Researcher, Conducting Ethical Research, Managing Citations and Bibliographies, and Writing Successful Abstracts and Artist Statements. Students who attend any four workshops this academic year will receive an Advanced Research Skills Certification!
Catherine Seavitt Nordenson, spring 2016 Nadine Carter Russell Endowed Chair, will lecture at the LSU College of Art & Design in the LSU Design Building Auditorium, room 103, at 5 p.m. on Monday, February 15, 2016.... Read More
Artist Alex Kanevsky will lecture at the LSU School of Art as part of the Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Endowed Lecture Series, at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, February 17, 2016, in the LSU Design Building... Read More
Landscape Architect Andrea Cochran, FASLA, will lecture at the LSU College of Art & Design as part of the Paula G. Manship Endowed Lecture Series at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 14, 2016, in the LSU... Read More
Join us for the 3rd annual LSU Discover Day! LSU Discover Day is a university-wide event for the celebration and promotion of undergraduate research and creative endeavors. LSU Discover Day provides an opportunity to interact... Read More
Multimedia artist Barnaby Barford will present a Paula G. Manship Endowed Lecture at the LSU College of Art & Design at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20, 2016, in the Design Building Auditorium (room 103).... Read More
LSU Discover Scholars are those students who exemplify outstanding undergraduate research or creative endeavors within their fields. Every year a group of distinguished undergraduate students are selected from the senior colleges for excellence in their research or creative achievements. After reviewing the 2016 applications, ten LSU Discover Scholar Awardees have been chosen!
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED! Applications open through February 8
Event Date: April 7, 2016
LSU Discover Day is a university-wide undergraduate research and creativity symposium that celebrates student projects from all disciplines. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to present posters, art exhibitions, oral presentations, and musical or theatrical performances.