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In February 2022, LSU, Our Lady of the Lake Health, and LCMC Health announced a watershed effort to transform patient care and the workforce pipeline, charting a new course for the future of Louisiana and the well-being of Louisianans. The focus of these solutions-driven investments in LSU – $170 million by Our Lady of the Lake Health and $75 million by LCMC Health – is elevation and integration: elevating quality of education, research, healthcare, and athletics programs and integrating impact, capacity, and opportunity.
Institute for Energy Innovation
LSU is working with global energy leaders and industry and communities in Louisiana to find new ways to fuel the nation—a core focus of the university’s Scholarship First Agenda. The LSU Institute for Energy Innovation serves as a national model for energy-related collaboration at the intersection of science and engineering with cross-disciplinary work across LSU’s broad range of academic areas.
Through the institute, leaders in energy-related thought, talent development and industry are investing in the pursuit of a shared vision for the future of energy rooted in five work streams: talent, research and development, policy and economics, social and environmental justice and technology transfer and commercialization.
Whether you are a prospective student, a potential collaborator, or simply interested in learning more about energy innovation, we welcome you to join us on this transformative journey. Together, let us create a sustainable and prosperous energy future for all.
LSU Institute for Energy Innovation
Artificial Intelligence at LSU
Our faculty and students are leveraging AI and machine learning, in their research and education in nearly every field. From discovering new medical advances that improve human health to exploring the outer reaches of the universe, LSU researchers are using AI and machine learning to push the boundaries in every discipline.
LSU Cyber Security
Cybersecurity education and research at LSU prepares students for some of the most challenging and fast-growing careers of vital importance to the security of Louisiana and the nation. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts cybersecurity jobs will grow 31% through 2029, over seven times faster than the national average job growth rate.