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Endless Opportunity for Entrepreneurship Fellows

The LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business’ Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems (SDEIS) is accepting applications for its Entrepreneurship Fellows program now through Friday, Nov. 16. This yearlong program fosters entrepreneurial-minded students by providing an intensive, high-quality educational experience to a select cohort of undergraduate and graduate students at LSU.

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College Leaders to Visit New EBR Career Center

LSU President F. King Alexander, Southern University President Ray Belton and Baton Rouge Community College Chancellor Larissa Littleton Steib will visit East Baton Rouge Parish's new Technical and Career Education Center, or EBR-CTEC, on Monday, Oct. 22, at 10:30 a.m. They will be joined by EBR Superintendent Warren Drake and leaders from EBR-CTEC's Business Advisory Council.

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Rai Named Lifetime Member of IEEE

Suresh Rai, professor in the LSU Division of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was recently selected for lifetime membership in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or IEEE.

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Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Raphael Bostic to Headline LSU Energy Summit™ Oct. 24

Raphael W. Bostic, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, will be the featured guest speaker at the LSU Center for Energy Studies’ annual fall conference, Energy Summit™.

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Eighth Annual Black Male Leadership Initiative Preview Day to Welcome More than 300 students to LSU

On Monday, Oct. 22, the LSU Black Male Leadership Initiative, or BMLI; Office of Multicultural Affairs; Office of Diversity; LSU administrators, professors and other supporting entities will welcome more than 300 males of color, grades 7 through 9, to the 8th Annual Preview Day for Males of Color.

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LSU Student Gorman Builds Own 3D Printer, Looks For Ways to Continue Education

It started with a $20 robot…as most good stories do.

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Family Time: LSU Engineering Students, Brothers Use Skills to Design Watches

Can time be engineered? In a manner of speaking, that is exactly what LSU Computer Science and Engineering junior Riley Stephens and his brother Reed, an LSU Mechanical Engineering graduate, are doing as they create their own line of men’s watches using skills they’ve acquired through their LSU classes.

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