Baton Rouge, LA- LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network hosted the 19th annual users conference on October 16-17, 2014 at the C.B. Pennington Jr. Conference Center. The opening session focused on the unique partnership between LOUIS, SirsiDynix, and EBSCO to build a Library Services Platform for Louisiana’s academic libraries.
Baton Rouge, LA – Today, the Board of Regents named Dr. Joseph C. Rallo as the 8th Commissioner of Higher Education in Louisiana.
Baton Rouge, LA- Growing concerns over sexual assault on university campuses have spurred legislative and fact-finding efforts at both state and national levels. On July 11, 2014, Senator J.P. Morrell made a request to the Board of Regents, in conjunction with the four system management boards, to prepare a comprehensive report detailing information pertaining to sexual assaults in our state.
Baton Rouge, LA – Louisiana is one of six states to receive $3.25 million from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).
Baton Rouge, LA - Teacher preparation programs in Louisiana have been identified as leading the nation in several areas as reported by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) in the NCTQ Teacher Prep Review 2014 that was released today.
Baton Rouge, LA- The Louisiana Board of Regents has officially launched its national search for the next Commissioner of Higher Education. This individual will lead the Regents’ efforts to coordinate the state’s four systems of higher education, ultimately to strengthen the educational landscape of our state.
Baton Rouge, LA- This week, student leaders from across the state gathered to elect one of their peers to serve on the Louisiana Board of Regents. Maggie Brakeville, a senior agriculture business major at LA Tech, has been elected as the new student member for 2014-2015. Brakeville is a resident of Benton, LA and has served in several leadership capacities around Tech’s campus.