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Landscape Professor Receives Prestigious Grant to Research the American Catfish Industry

Forbes Lipschitz, assistant professor at the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, has received a research development grant from the Graham Foundation for the Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts for her project, “From Pond to Plate: The Landscape of Catfish Production and Processing in the Deep South.” The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies [...]

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One Graphic Design Professor, Three Grants

Richard Doubleday, assistant professor of graphic design at the LSU School of Art, has recently received three grants to help fund his research in areas ranging from modern Chinese graphic design to the 1930s British journal, Typography, and the German master typographer Jan Tschichold. 1. In March 2014, Doubleday lectured and led a class critique [...]

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Madeline Kornman Named Student Employee of the Year for her Work in CADGIS

Madeline Kornman expects to graduate in May of 2015 from the LSU School of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in studio art and a concentration in digital art. Her dream is to work in VFX (visual effects) for movies, providing such services as modeling, particle creation, and texturing, for example. In the meantime, [...]

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Erin Percevault Named Olmsted Scholar by the Landscape Architecture Foundation

The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) has announced the two winners for the 2014 Olmsted Scholars Program, the premier national award and recognition program for landscape architecture students. Erin Percevault, an undergraduate student at the LSU, and Sara Zewde, a master’s student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, were selected as the 2014 National Olmsted [...]

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Associate Professor TL Ritchie Appointed to CIDQ Board of Directors

TL Ritchie, interior designer and associate professor of interior design at LSU, was appointed to the Council for Interior Design Qualification Board of Directors. CIDQ is an organization that establishes standards of competence for interior design/interior architecture professionals. The organization oversees the development and organization of the NCIDQ examination, the single authoritative assessment tool that [...]

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Q&A with Tiger Twelve Class of 2014 Architecture Student Johnny Johnson

LSU School of Architecture student Johnny Johnson has been selected to the Office of the Dean of Students Tiger Twelve Class of 2014. Each spring, the Office of the Dean of Students recognizes 12 outstanding seniors who contribute positively to the life of the campus and surrounding community as the Tiger Twelve.  In keeping with [...]

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