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CSS Hosts First Annual Louisiana Community Resilience Institute

In partnership with Louisiana Sea Grant and the Kresge foundation, the Coastal Sustainability Studio recently hosted the first Louisiana Community Resilience Institute on April 14-15, 2016 at LSU.  The Institute brought together six mayors from Louisiana, and six nationally-renowned planning, urban design, coastal science, hazard mitigation, development, and engineering professionals. The goal of the...

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CSS Announces Spring 2016 Brown Bag Lecture Series

The CSS Brown Bag Lecture Series brings a multi-disciplinary group of experts from around the world to present cutting edge research and projects on coastal issues.  The series represents a variety of perspectives, including those from design, engineering, planning, and natural and social sciences. All lectures will be held in the...

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Events

Jeff Carney to Speak at Science Café

Update: Science Cafe cancelled due to inclement weather – will be rescheduled at a later date Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at Schlittz & Giggles, the CSS director Jeff Carney will be giving a talk at the LSU Science Café. Doors open at 5 p.m. for free food and networking, and the...

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Design

CSS Receives Special Mention in d3 Natural Systems Competition

The CSS received a Special Mention in the “Constructed Ecology” category for its submission “Constructing Dynamism: A Tale of Two Basins” to the 2015 d3 Natural Systems competition.  The competition entry was created by a team of interns and CSS research fellows as a part of the 2015 CSS Summer Internship. Constructing Dynamism: A...

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CSS Announces Fall 2015 Brown Bag Lecture Series

Join CSS for our Fall 2015 Brown Bag Lecture Series – OPEN TO ALL!  Speakers from the worlds of design, science, and engineering visit LSU to share their thoughts and ideas and encourage debate on a wide range of coastal topics. Bring your lunch, grab a seat, and enjoy the...

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