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LSU Ph.D. candidate Zita Hüsing

Applying Fictitious AI to the Real World

LSU Ph.D. candidate examines themes and androids from "Blade Runner"

LSU Astrophysicists Break Down The Impact of Newly Released NASA Images

LSU Astrophysicists break down the impact of newly released NASA images

The first images from NASA’s new space telescope unveiled this week include a new look at the universe, expanding our view of the galaxy as we know it.

Todd Manuel

Todd Manuel Named LSU Vice President of Inclusion, Civil Rights & Title IX

LSU has named Todd Manuel, who currently serves as director of Organizational Health & Diversity for Entergy, as the university's Vice President of Inclusion, Civil Rights & Title IX, effective Sept. 1.

LSU CEE Professor Studies Climate Change, Coastal Migration

LSU CEE Professor Studies Climate Change, Coastal Migration

LSU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Sabarethinam Kameshwar recently received nearly $10,000 of a $150,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to collaborate on a project with the University of Miami to study sea level rise and how it affects coastal migration.

Is Employee Well-Being More Important Than the Bottom Line when Considering Adoption of AI?

Is Employee Well-Being More Important Than the Bottom Line when Considering Adoption of AI?

ately, employee well-being has been found at the core of business resilience, while the bottom line has become somewhat of a secondary concern. Will the importance of “people-oriented” aspects of business be long-lasting, or is this just a result of the Covid-19 pandemic? In a recent study, LSU SDEIS Professor Andrew Schwarz explored whether human-centered attributes or cost-related attributes are more important to companies in relation to adopting artificial intelligence.

The Sky Is For Everyone

Global Physicist Gabriela González Featured in International Women Astronomer Book

LSU Boyd Professor of Physics Gabriela González is featured in a new international book titled “The Sky is for Everyone: Women Astronomers in Their Own Words.” The book is a series of 37 autobiographical essays by women astronomers showcasing their encounters breaking down barriers and changing the face of modern astronomy.

Cobb Island, Virginia Barrier Islands

Protecting Our Coastline

LSU oceanographer develops new model to better predict barrier island retreat.

The Early Childhood Education Institute

Early Childhood Education Expert Commits $5 Million to LSU Early Childhood Education Institute

LSU alumna Diane Goyette and husband Henry of Houston, Texas, have made a $5 million gift to benefit the LSU Early Childhood Education Institute.

Chunli Dai

LSU CEE Professor Researches Sea Level Rise

LSU Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Chunli Dai recently received a $68,740 grant from the California Institute of Technology for her research on sea level rise, which could affect every person on the globe.

Anna Cohen-Rosenblum

LSU Health’s Cohen-Rosenblum 1st Female British Hip Society Traveling Fellow

Anna Cohen-Rosenblum, MD, MSc, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, is the first female to be awarded the prestigious The Hip Society-British Hip Society Traveling Fellowship.

LSU, Ohio State and RPI Faculty Combine for Project on Computational Storage

LSU, Ohio State and RPI Faculty Combine for Project on Computational Storage

Faculty from LSU, The Ohio State University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have each been awarded a $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to solve the widening gap between computational processing and storage, thereby increasing high-speed data processing and enabling computational storage to address critical challenges in increasingly more data-centric applications.

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Q&A: LSU Archival Researcher gives expert advice on protecting irreplaceable items ahead of hurricane season

Q&A: LSU Archival Researcher gives expert advice on protecting irreplaceable items ahead of hurricane season

Lake Dredging

Work Begins in University Lakes

Restoration work has begun in University Lake near the intersection of East Lakeshore Drive and Stanford Avenue.

LSU and Fullstack Academy Launch Product Management Program

LSU and Fullstack Academy Launch Product Management Program

National tech education provider Fullstack Academy and Louisiana State University today announced the launch of a new product management bootcamp program. The curriculum is designed to train professionals on the skills needed to fill over 10,000 product management jobs in the Baton Rouge metro area in just 25 weeks.