SWE Helps Bring Women Engineers Together

Having a network of people that have similar career interests is important in life. For women in the engineering world, that network has historically been lacking. Enter, however, the Society of Women Engineers, an international society with chapters all over the world, including at LSU. Its members represent various aspects …

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Students Help Students Through Supplemental Instruction

In 2013, the LSU College of Engineering began offering supplemental instruction, or SI, courses. These 13 sophomore-level classes are peer-facilitated and designed for students who are enrolled in large, historically difficult, engineering and computer science courses. The classes are fronted by SI leaders, typically undergraduate students that have recently taken the class …

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Alumnus Pursues Entrepreneurial Side of Engineering

As an undergraduate student in the LSU College of Engineering, Logan Leger started several software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies, which license software on a subscription basis. Although he had varying degrees of success with each company, they all failed for one reason or another. After the last venture stalled, the Baton Rouge native and …

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