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 June 2017

 
 
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 Your Contributions at Work:
LSUAA-PKP Faculty Awards Presented

Photo by William Boyd Lee
Pictured left to right: Rendy Kartika, Elzbieta Cook, Josh Grimm, and Elias Goldstein


LSU Chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and the LSU Alumni Association recognized four faculty members at the PKP 2017 Awards and Induction Ceremony in March.
 
Rendy Kartika, assistant professor of chemistry; Josh Grimm, assistant professor of mass communication, and Elias Goldstein, assistant professor of music, each received a Non-Tenured Faculty Award valued at $500. Elzbieta Cook, a senior instructor of chemistry, recognized as an Outstanding Instructor, also received a $500 award. Chapter President Richard Vlosky presided over the ceremony, and Michelle Massé, dean of the Graduate School, was the keynote speaker.
 
More than 200 students, faculty members, and instructors became members of the honor society this spring.

 

  
Alums Create the Crawfish App



Crawfish App creators Ryan and Laney King
By Rachel Spangenthal
Photo by Elizabeth Shaw

 
LSU alums Ryan King (2012 BACH ENGR) and his wife, Laney (2005 BACH BUS, 2010 MBA), have developed a cell phone app to make it easier for you to eat crawfish.
 
“The idea came to us three years ago. At the time, we were having crawfish boils just about every weekend, and it took a lot of time to call all the vendors, to figure out who had crawfish and how much they were,” said Ryan King, co-founder of  the Crawfish App, and a third-year law student at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center.
 
“It’s really kind of the mix of both of our backgrounds,” Ryan said. “The technical aspects of the app, I’ve taken care of. The business side and the sales side, Laney’s taken care of all of that.”
 
The app is free for the user and the vendors.
 
“Eventually we’re going to make money off advertising on the app. So, the more downloads we have the more appealing it is for advertisers,” Laney explained.
 
The app allows users to search for live or boiled crawfish based on price, reviews, and location.  Click here to read more.  

 



Check Out These Resources at LSU Libraries
 
LSU alumni feature prominently in the new LSU Digital Commons institutional repository. The online repository, sponsored by the LSU Libraries and the Office of Research and Economic Development, offers free online access to a variety of LSU scholarship.

The Graduate School’s online collection contains electronic theses and dissertations from 2001-2016 and over 7,000 selectively digitized dissertations from 1935-2001. This growing collection of nearly 17,000 items is a great display of the intellectual work produced by LSU graduate students.

This project is part of the LSU Libraries’ and Graduate School’s efforts to make LSU theses and dissertations more accessible. The unique campus materials are now full-text searchable, indexed, and highly ranked in Google and linked to a global network of university repositories.

LSU Digital Commons is also home to digital versions of the
Gumbo Yearbooks, School of Veterinary Medicine Cenobium Yearbooks, and materials such as the ORED Research Magazine and the LSU Agriculture Experiment Station Reports.



Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

LSU welcomed a record 6,562 new alumni into Tiger Nation on Friday, May 12.  LSU Alumni Association celebrated the new alumni by hosting a graduation Open House at Lod Cook Alumni Center throughout the day.  New grads enjoyed food and beverages by Unique Cuisine, took pictures with Mike the Tiger, left their legacy on campus by purchasing a brick, and joined the LSU Alumni Association so they can gain access to social, volunteer, and professional networking opportunities through their LSU Alumni chapter
 
 


LSU Alumni Magazine

In the summer issue, you’ll meet Alumnus of the Year Major General Glenn H. Curtis and Young Alumnus of the Year Brandon P. Landry along with other notable alumni inducted into the 2017 LSU Alumni Association Hall of Distinction. Get a close-up look at how LSU provides the best care medical, mental health, and wellness care for students in Collaborative Care: LSU Student Health Center.
 
Read about new faculty member Golden Richard, a self-described “hacker,” and stolen art in Around Campus and LSU’s twenty-second basketball coach, Will Wade, in Locker Room; browse the newest books by LSU alums in Tigers in Print; and check out alumni profiles, weddings, and class notes in Tiger Nation.

 
LSU President's Postscript HeaderClick here to read exciting news from the desk of LSU President F. King Alexander.       


 


 

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