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Events

Brown Bag Lecture Series – Fall 2014

212 Design Building Mark your calendars, the CSS Brown Bag Lecture Series returns this fall! 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. So bring your lunch, grab a seat, and...

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Kiel Moe Lecture – Spring 2014

Kiel Moe, registered practicing architect and Associate Professor of Architecture & Energy in the Department of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, will lecture on Maximum Power Systems at the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio, 212 Design, on Monday, May 12 at 12:30pm. Moe is Co-Director of the MDes...

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John Day Lecture – Fall 2013

Sustainability and Place: How Mega-Trends of the 21st Century Will Impact Human and Nature at the Landscape Level The November 14th lecture explores the relationship between changes in large-scale ecological systems and their effects on local environments. Proessor Day has taught at LSU since 1971. He has published extensively on the...

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Anne Daniell Lecture – Fall 2013

  Caritas for a Coastal-Carnival Place: Creating a Theology of Care Within Post-Katrina New Orleans On November 21, 2013, Anne Daniell presented ideas toward a constructive theology of “care” within the renewing and yet troubled place of New Orleans, a city created through coalescence of its coastal wetlands geology and...

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Matthew Bethel Lecture – Fall 2013

A Method for Knowledge Integration and Mapping to Inform and Enhance Future Coastal Planning and Implementation Efforts Making more informed coastal restoration and hazard mitigation decisions has become increasingly important given limited resources available for restoration and hazard mitigation projects, and the increasing magnitude of marsh degradation and loss across...

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