Category: Students

Community by Design

The Urban Landscape New Orleans-born MLA candidate Taylor Jacobsen chose to pursue landscape architecture in hopes of designing cities. So when he had the opportunity to participate in a beautification project in downtown Baton…

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LSU Students and Alumni Receive 2019 ASLA Awards

LSU landscape architecture students were awarded American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA) LA chapter 2019 awards for their projects studying the environments of Louisiana. MLA students Hayden Hammons, Taylor Jacobsen, Mai Nguyen, Betsy Peterson,…

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LPB features LSU graphic designs

Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) is publicly featuring a campaign designed by graphic design students in a course taught by professor Lynne Baggett and instructor Luisa Restrepo. The students worked to create a campaign with the…

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LSU Art Wins 2019 ADDY Awards

Each year, the American Advertising Awards, also known as the ADDYs, the advertising industry’s largest competition, recognizes some of the best creative work in the country. The Baton Rouge American Advertising Federation annually recognizes…

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LSU Research Symposium Crosses Borders

The LSU School of Architecture hosted the Bordering On Symposium on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Manship Theater, Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge. Organized by architecture assistant professors Kris Palagi and Angeliki…

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LSU Art Brings Creativity to Neighborhoods

On Martin Luther King Day 2019, LSU art students collaborated with the LSU Museum of Art Neighborhood Art Project, visiting a local community to teach art-making. The Neighborhood Art Project partners with community groups in areas…

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Design Across the Globe: LSU in China

In May-June 2018, the LSU in China Program, directed by associate professor of interior design Jun Zou, brought interior design students to China to study art and design and engage with Chinese culture firsthand….

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Using Games to Explore Coastal Change

  Landscape architecture students in assistant professor Brendan Harmon’s Advanced Topics Studio designed and developed serious games that explore the challenges of coastal change for the town of Jean Lafitte in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana….

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