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The newly established Pozen Scholars Fund enhances diversity by providing financial resources for underrepresented students in the LSU Flores MBA Program. Full-time candidates Kennedi Ghimere Barnes and DeVaughn Malancon are the program's first Pozen Scholars.
If you've ever seen a graduate portrait, wedding photo, or professional headshot in our the Baton Rouge area, there is a chance it was taken by Eric Garcia, better known as the owner of Geauxgarcia Photography. Although he's best known for his work in the Baton Rouge metro area, you can find him taking shots all over the Gulf Coast, doing his favorite thing: capturing his clients on some of their best days.
Louisiana State University will host the seventh Southeastern Conference Student Pitch Competition, as student entrepreneurs deliver their best presentations to a panel of judges on October 2-3.
Less than half of all U.S. adults have access to prime credit because of their credit score. But new LSU and Harvard University research shows a lot more people could become eligible if lenders use artificial intelligence, or AI, and alternative data, such as education and employment history. Smarter underwriting algorithms would especially benefit recent college graduates and young people with short credit histories as well as people with low or no credit scores.
Companies' "work from home" policies may be driving economic inequality. At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, nearly 70% of full-time office workers left their offices behind to work from home.
LSU Department of Accounting Assistant Professors Stephanie Walton and William Buslepp recently partnered with current and former PhD students to publish articles in two scholarly journals.