Category: Research

The Bear Necessities

The Louisiana black bear once roamed freely throughout the state. Today, only three core subpopulations endure, each plagued by habitat fragmentation. Disconnected from the other populations by Highway 90, the coastal subspecies, the closest…

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A Monarch Motorway

In some cases, highways can work for rather than against wildlife, especially when a thoroughfare extends along an endangered pollinator’s migratory route. In 2015, President Obama established the Pollinator Health Task Force to address…

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Best Practices in Interdisciplinary Design

Lynne Baggett, LSU School of Art graphic design professor, and undergraduate students in the Graphic Design Student Office (GDSO) attended and presented at the 2015 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Symposium in Atlanta, Georgia, September 20–22….

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Radiation and Pottery?

  LSU MFA candidate Mike Stumbras has teamed up with health physics PhD candidate Charlie Wilson and health physics graduate student Amin Hamideh to develop a ceramic glaze that can be predictably colored with…

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