Scholar Day is a one-day event highlighting scholarly achievements of LSUA students and faculty. This multidisciplinary event will celebrate the scholarship and creative activity transpiring at LSUA.
This event will be held virtually this year, and all are invited to attend this prestigious day honoring the best and the brightest on our campus.
We hope to see you online May 1st!
All attendees are encouraged to fill out this short form
Presentations by: Bowman, Hebert, DeRouen, Aguillard, Labrada, Gonzalez, and Lavergne
Presentations by: Ortego, Dugger, Carter, Huval, Daire, and Self
Presentations by: James, Broussard, Ponthieu, and Calhoun
Presentations by: Deshotels, Lanclos, Lemoine, Smith, and Chagnard
Presentations by: Dunn, Waters, Linzay, Bagley, and O'Brien
Presentations by: Coates, Luke, Canterbury, Dujay, Magee, and Lee
Presentations by: Ducote, Stein, Voorhies, Robertson, and Cole
Presentations by: Thomas, Sarameh, Lopez, and Rachall
Presentations by: Cortez, Powell, Perkins, and Harrison
Presentations by: Killian, Bryson, Lamkin, Jackson, and Still
Presentations by: Edmonson, Smith, Sheffield, Wood, Deville, and Bettevy
Presentations by: Jacob & Maricle; Vickers & Dupre; Yarram, Roblin & Hayes; Dauzat, O'Connor & White
Presentations by: Ingram, Gentry, and Johnson
Presentations by: Gustin, Hamadeh, Cook, and Charrier
Presentations by: Phillip; Iqbal, Jones, Rogers, Miller, Walker, Daigrepont, and Jamaleddin
All the details to connect to the Welcome Webinar and all sessions are located above in the Scholar Day interactive pdf. Interactive elements include names of presenters, schedule of presentations, and links to join the rooms. For optimal viewing and interactive experience, please use the Adobe Reader when opening the PDF. You may need to download the PDF and right-click the file to specify it open with Adobe Reader.
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All attendees are encouraged to complete this quick feedback survey. Your answers help LSUA refine and improve Scholar Day with each new year.