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Our partnership with LSU is our best way to fight back on a scope and scale commensurate with the toll cancer takes on the citizens of Louisiana.
Dr. John Heaton, President and Chief Medical Officer at LCMC Health
LSU works to solve cancer in Louisiana
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LSU builds teams that win, including in energy. Learn how LSU built a statewide team to go after the largest National Science Foundation award in history—NSF Engines—and won, having recently secured an Economic Development Administration Tech Hubs designation for the state and more.
It’s cybersecurity awareness month and LSU is on the frontier of the fight against cyberattacks on schools, state and local government, our military, critical infrastructure, industry and small businesses and residents across Louisiana, all while becoming the best in educating cyber talent.
LSU is a talent development engine for Louisiana. Meet seven LSU alumni who are leaders and innovators in their fields and changing lives throughout the state.
LSU turns investment into value for our students and our state. On the one-year mark since the launch of our Scholarship First Agenda, read about how LSU protects residents from storms and rising insurance costs, secures higher education against cyberattacks, and elevates Louisiana’s energy transition. All across the state, LSU is partnering for public good.
We dig deep into the university’s history and ongoing LSU research to advance our state and national security. All LSU campuses work to support our military and veterans by educating expert leaders, healing wounds, providing pathways to new careers, securing our changing coastline—and more.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is transforming research in every discipline in Louisiana and around the world. Applications go far beyond facial recognition and self-driving cars. They range from personalized cancer care to more efficient city services, as well as smarter tools to prevent cyber-attacks, grow more food, and protect people and critical infrastructure from flooding—even to create art.