LSU Industrial Engineering Student Member of US Paralympic Team

2/21/2017 What does powerlifting and engineering have in common? The answer is simple: Bryce Segura. Segura was diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia at birth, a form of cerebral palsy (CP) that results in chronic weakness in the lower extremities. CP refers to a group of neurological disorders that appear in infancy …

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Chemical Engineering Senior Named 2016 LSU Homecoming Queen

Chemical Engineering Senior Natalie Burges was named the 2016 LSU Homecoming Queen at halftime during Saturday’s homecoming football game against the University of Missouri. Burges, of Katy, Texas, was one of three female senior representatives who served on the 2016 Homecoming Court, and the only engineering student of all 16 …

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Studying Engineering Abroad

LSU’s Encounter Engineering in Europe (E3) is a summer study abroad program in Germany, giving students hands-on learning experiences and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. This year’s 2015 cohort has created a blog to share their stories. Here are just a couple below, but you can check out their full blog at http://geauxe3.weebly.com/! Welcome …

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Engineering Students Offer Solutions to Honduran Problems

Engineers are problem solvers, offering solutions to better people’s lives. LSU engineers are assessing issues not just in Baton Rouge, but across the world. Four LSU students, who are members of the LSU Student Chapter of Engineers Without Borders – USA (EWB), and one faculty member traveled to Honduras in …

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