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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 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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“Fort Proctor” Named 2013 Architectural Research Centers Consortium Best Conference Paper

The Architectural Research Centers Consortium (ARCC) Board of Directors has named “Fort Proctor: A Conditional Preservation” as the best paper at the 2013 ARCC Conference at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The paper was written by LSU School of Architecture A. Hays Town Professor Ursula Emery McClure and Associate Professor and Director of [...]

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Artist and LSU School of Art Associate Professor of Painting Kelli Scott Kelley Receives $32,000 Atlas Award

Artist and LSU School of Art Associate Professor of Painting Kelli Scott Kelley recently won an Award to Louisiana Artists and Scholars (also known as an ATLAS Award) in the amount of $32,000 for her proposal, “Accalia, Girl With Two Dog Faces.” Kelley’s project is based on a 5,000 word surreal fairytale of the same [...]

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LSU’s Office of Community Design and Development Receives $25,000 Foundation for Louisiana Grant

The Foundation for Louisiana recently awarded $25,000 to the LSU School of Architecture’s Office of Community Design and Development, or OCDD, to conduct a 10-month public service project and pilot study, “Advancing Louisiana Small Town and Rural Community Development.” The study will take place in northeast Louisiana, focusing on the Lake Providence and Tallulah corridor, [...]

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Susan Ryan presents at Social Fabrics, her wearable technology show

Art Historian Susan Elizabeth Ryan Receives $50,000 Atlas Award

Art Historian and Art History Professor Susan Elizabeth Ryan, PhD, recently won an Award to Louisiana Artists and Scholars (also known as an ATLAS Award) in the amount of $50,000, for her proposal, “Critical Dressing: The Development of Wearable Technologies as Art and Design.” Dr. Ryan’s project, which will complete the first historical analysis of [...]

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