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CSS seeks proposals for innovative research, design, and outreach projects that will increase Louisiana’s capacity to develop, adapt, and thrive in an increasingly volatile and changing environment. LSU faculty in any academic discipline may apply for CSS support for projects related to Louisiana’s coastal sustainability from a human, economic, or...

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CSS Awarded Grants from Kresge and W.M. Keck Foundations

The LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio is pleased to announce that it has been awarded grants from the Kresge Foundation and the W.M. Keck Foundation. This is the first time LSU has been awarded funds from these prestigious and highly competitive foundations. Kresge Foundation CSS was awarded a 2-year, $200,000 grant...

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CSS Hosts Mayors’ Institute on City Design

CSS was one of only 2 institutions selected through a nationwide competitive process to plan and implement the Mayors’ Institute on City Design (MICD), a 3-day conference that assists mayors to better understand their role as chief designer of their cities. The MICD is an initiative of the National Endowment...

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ARCC Names “Fort Proctor” the Best Conference Paper

The Board of Directors of the Architectural Research Centers Consortium (ARCC) has named “Fort Proctor: A Conditional Preservation” as the Best Conference Paper presented at the 2013 ARCC Conference at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. The paper, presented by Ursula Emery-McClure, A. Hays Town Professor of Architecture, and Bradley Cantrell, Associate Professor and...

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Twilley Elected President of CERF

Dr. Robert Twilley, Chair of the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio Executive Committee and also Director of Louisiana Sea Grant, has been elected President of the Coastal Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) for 2013-15. He will be sworn in at the CERF 2013 Annual Conference in San Diego on November 8. The CERF president...

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