In recognition of exceptional achievements in research and scholarship, the LSU Office of Research & Economic Development, or ORED, presents the Distinguished Research Master Awards each year. Two faculty members are selected as Distinguished Research Masters, and the LSU Alumni Association and the LSU Graduate School recognize two graduate students with the Distinguished Dissertation Award. Both awards honor recipients for… Read More
ORAU has awarded competitive research grants totaling $175,000 to 35 junior faculty from its member institutions. The annual grants are made through the company’s Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Awards program that provides funds to enrich the research and professional growth of young faculty.
Since the turn of the century, Louisiana has led the way for the energy industry. Now, LSU has created Power Players, which combines the research on clean energy, energy law, energy processes, and alternative energy to create a team with a common goal of taking the energy industry to the next level.
Sheriff’s deputy, sociologist, pilot, used car dealer, importer, entrepreneur, engineer, researcher, linguist, dreamer. Charles Malveaux is or has been all those things. He’s currently a doctoral candidate in LSU’s College of Engineering.
Two slides, four platforms, 13 posts, 55 cubic feet of engineered wood fiber, 84 bags of cement and 120 volunteers. That’s what added up to the 30th playground built by the LSU Community Playground Project. For 17 years, Marybeth Lima, the Cliff & Nancy Spanier Alumni Professor in Biological & Agricultural Engineering in LSU’s College… Read More
LSU Engineering professor Marybeth Lima asks: “What do the kids do out here during recess?” It was an honest question, asked of a first-grade teacher giving us a tour of her school’s playground. One of my students posed it; I teach a first-year biological engineering design course in which Louisiana State University engineering students work… Read More
It’s probably safe to say that most of us take our local public libraries for granted—particularly the access they provide, free of charge, to an ever-expanding array of electronic resources. In the digital age, public libraries can offer their constituents everything from online job training courses to historical archives, from language-learning tools to educational games.