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    LSU has named Dereck Rovaris Sr. as the vice provost for diversity. Rovaris is the associate vice chancellor for academic and multicultural affairs at the LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. He will begin as vice provost on July 1, pending approval by the LSU Board of Supervisors.


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     2015 Black History Month Celebration – “The Dawn of a New Renaissance: Celebrating a Century of Black Life, History and Culture”

    LSU celebrates Black History Month every February, recognizing the struggles, strides and accomplishments of African American's. This year’s theme is “The Dawn of a New Renaissance: Celebrating a Century of Black Life, History and Culture.” Click here for a complete list of events 


    Women’s Center Announces 2015 Esprit de Femme Award Recipients

    The LSU Women’s Center will honor Women’s History month on Thursday, March 19, at its third annual Esprit de Femme Awards Sunrise Celebration, recognizing local women who have greatly impacted the lives of women in the state. This year’s awards ceremony will be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Baton Rouge.  Click here for a full list of recipients. 


    Dollars and Sense: 100 Black Men of Metro Baton Rouge is Tackling Financial Inequality, One High School student at a Time.

    LSU Black Male Leadership Initiative, or LSU-BMLI, Fellows Alex James secures notable internship with Goldman Sachs of NYC. Read how 100 Black Men of Baton Rouge "Dollars and Sense" program helped engage Alex in a future career in finance. Read More 





    The 2012-2013 LSU Annual Diversity Report (pdf: online) Is now available 




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