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LSU College of Art & Design Students Reimagine the Oil-Industry Shore Base

Students in A. Hays Town Professor of Architecture Ursula Emery McClure’s graduate-level studio,  LSU//Chevron: The Reimagined Shore Base, are exploring the relationship between humans and the natural world and seeking resolutions that will create a more symbiotic relationship while maintaining the requisites of contemporary life. As a community partner of the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio, [...]

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“Maximum Power Systems” by Kiel Moe

May 12 at 12:30 p.m. | LSU Design Building, Room 212 CSS Brown Bag Lunch series presents “Maximum Power Systems,” a lecture by Kiel Moe Kiel Moe, registered practicing architect and associate professor of architecture & energy at Harvard Graduate School of Design, will lecture on “Maximum Power Systems” at the Coastal Sustainability Studio on Monday, [...]

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Undergraduate Coastal Research Curriculum

The LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio, a trans-disciplinary program of the College of Art & Design, School of the Coast & Environment, and College of Engineering, in collaboration with the Office of Research & Economic Development, was awarded a $50,000, 10-month planning grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation. The grant will support planning for a [...]

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LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio Wins APA-Louisiana Excellence Award for Education or Advocacy

The LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio (CSS), a trans-disciplinary program of the College of Art + Design, College of Engineering, and School of the Coast & Environment, has won the 2014 State Planning Award – Excellence Award for Education or Advocacy from the American Planning Association’s Louisiana Chapter. The award honored CSS’s work in developing the Louisiana [...]

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LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio Awarded Kresge Foundation Grant to Assist Coastal Communities

The LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio (CSS), a trans-disciplinary program of the College of Art & Design, College of Engineering, and School of the Coast & Environment, has been awarded a $200,000, two-year grant from the Kresge Foundation to assist Louisiana communities plan for climate change, sea-level rise, land subsidence, and other hazards. Funding will support [...]

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DredgeFest at Its Best: A Recap

The 2014 DredgeFest Symposium and Workshops gathered a range of professionals working on sediment transportation and dredging throughout Southern Louisiana and the world. The workshops hosted at the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture (January 13-16) examined innovative methodologies of sediment manipulation at multiple scales. Three workshops were led by RRSLA faculty and visiting [...]

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