Celebrating the importance of public and land-grant universities at @APLU’s annual conference in #NewOrleans
Tigers, get out there and #GeauxVote today! Polls close at 8 p.m.
Come out to Behind the Ballot at LSU on Oct. 29-30 for two days and more than 20 events leveraging expertise from LSU, Southern, and national experts to explore the influences and trends driving modern elections. Attendees have the chance to win two 50-yard line tickets to LSU vs. Alabama. The more events you attend, the better your chances of winning. Events are free and open to the public. Parking is available in the garage behind the LSU Bookstore, and our new trolley will take participants from location to location. #more details available at www.lsu.edu/behindtheballot.
Check out the first panel of Behind the Ballot - an intense exploration of the evolution of voting rights for African Americans, women, the impoverished, and other disenfranchised groups. Truly an all-star lineup -hope to see you there! It’s free and open to the public - parking available in the parking garage behind the Barnes and Noble Bookstore. Check out the full two-day schedule of events at www.lsu.edu/behindtheballot #behindtheballot
So proud to have the opportunity to engage with LSU retirees and thank them for their past and continued service to our university.
Spent today visiting with some of our outstanding #LSU supporters in New Orleans, then took some time to shoot a promo with UNO President John Nicklow for the upcoming APLU annual conference.
Leadership captured in a single image: previous @lsu_sg President @johnswoodard and current President @stew_lock meet for the first time at LSU vs. LaTech. #LSU is proud of both of you.
Spending some time in Shreveport to celebrate our record-breaking freshman class - including a 70% increase from the Shreveport-Bossier area — and exciting news about our healthcare partnership.
Spent some time yesterday afternoon celebrating LSU’s role as an international leader in all things coastal by visiting with our faculty, staff, and students. LSU is a Sea Grant institution, and our College of the Coast and Environment is home to some of the world’s foremost experts in wetland ecology, hurricane protection, and coastal preservation. On top of that, nearly every college and department across campus has work focused directly on the coastal ecosystem that is so critical to our state.