The Clarence L. Barney, Jr. African American Cultural Center will host its Juneteenth Celebration on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. Associate Dean and Les Amis des Etudiants founder Dr. Ann Sumner Holmes added that witnessing the progression of LSU Honors as an institution has been a profound experience. The virtual graduation watch party took place on the LSU Facebook page, and following the ceremony, all the graduates names were displayed on the scoreboards in Tiger Stadium.
Congratulations to the newest class of proud Tiger alumni for their continuing their hard work during these trying times. Every year the Honors Excellence Fund helps LSU's best and brightest with merit based scholarships, funding to complete research, and additional resources to study abroad. For more information on how to participate, please contact LGBTQProject@lsu.edu. Juneteenth is the oldest holiday observance celebrating the freedom of enslaved Africans in the United States. “This is a unique moment to advance the good news of the Honors College, in celebration of what has been achieved and to inform and inspire folks about what is to come.”. This fund provides much needed support for current and future Ogden Honors students. May 14, 2020 at 7:42 AM CDT - Updated May 14 at 7:45 AM, Daily Report: Arkansas Dept. LSU's Office of Multicultural Affairs has moved its Latin American and Hispanic Heritage Month celebration online this year.
2020 “Just think how far Honors has come at LSU since those first seminars Professor Henderson directed in Allen Hall,” Ogden Honors College Dean Jonathan Earle said.
Attendees are encouraged to submit pictures and memories from Honors classes, events, and field trips to be included in an "Honors Through the Years" slideshow. The Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College is a vibrant, diverse and prestigious community located at the heart of LSU. 2017 marks the Ogden Honors College’s 50th anniversary as an Honors program and the 25th anniversary as an Honors College.
A Celebration of Tiger Pride. Each year on the LSU Parade Ground, the LSU community comes together for this massive event. This month, nationally observed from September 15 to October 15, is a month of pride for those with Latin and Hispanic backgrounds and … On Friday, May 15, LSU honored more than 4,000 spring graduates with a virtual graduation celebration, and during the ceremony, 4,347 degrees were conferred. Homecoming. The LSU Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College will host a 50 th Anniversary celebration featuring a Barbecue Bash on Friday, October 13, at 5:00 p.m. in the French House's Hans and Donna Sternberg Salon and its front lawn. The Ogden Honors College provides students with a curriculum of rigorous seminar classes, as well as opportunities for undergraduate research, culminating in the Honors Thesis. BATON ROUGE, La. Each year, Tigers old and new come together to celebrate their Tiger pride during an … Though officially founded as a college in 1992, the Honors initiative began in 1967 when professors Charles Bigger and Edward Henderson developed a series of team-taught collaborative courses that remain the academic core of the Honors curriculum at LSU.
There will be over 4,000 graduates participating in a virtual graduation ceremony. Hosted by: Office of Multicultural Affairs A Gray Media Group, Inc. Station - © 2002-2020 Gray Television, Inc. All rights reserved. The LSU Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College will host a 50th Anniversary celebration featuring a Barbecue Bash on Friday, October 13, at 5:00 p.m. in the French House's Hans and Donna Sternberg Salon and its front lawn. An LSU Tradition. The graduation will include a “Year in Review” video, a performance of … Login to interact with events, personalize your calendar, and get recommendations. 2020 Court; Selection Process; LSU Homecoming. Top. Fall Fest is a university tradition that began in 1994 as the Chancellor’s official welcome for new students, faculty, and staff and a welcome back for returning members of the University family. Honors has literally transformed the student body, and our campus.”. The Arkansas Department of Health is monitoring the spread of COVID-19 daily. “This year our freshman class alone numbers 600. Menu. All rights reserved. There will be over 4,000 graduates participating in a virtual graduation ceremony. In honor of the 50th Anniversary celebration, the Ogden Honors Advisory Council will commit $50,000 towards the Honors Excellence Fund. Alumni, students, and friends of the Ogden Honors College are invited to celebrate the College’s past, present, and future at the event. of Health monitoring COVID-19, What we know about the 25,800 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in East Texas. Official webpage of The celebration will include live music by "Last Minute Band," a reflection by Felicia Harry (A.P. Copyright 2020 KSLA. (KSLA) - LSU plans to celebrate their 2020 graduates this Friday, May 15. Ogden Honors College | (225) 578-0083 | firstname.lastname@example.org, Ogden Honors College | (225) 578-6868 | email@example.com, Copyright® Since its inception, the Honors College has expanded to include a challenging four-year trajectory that spans service, study abroad, internship exposure, and independent research. All graduates will get the chance to walk in a future LSU graduation. About. Homecoming at LSU — October 18-25, 2020. Louisiana State University, Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College to Host 50th Anniversary Celebration, Student Spotlight: Abigail Dorow on Service and Research in Hispanic Communities. Additional Information can be found at: lsu.campuslabs.com/engage/event/4131017, Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 4:00pm Mr. Brian Haymon, Ogden Honors College Advisory Council Chair, explained the significance of investing in the College’s future while simultaneously honoring its past. “During that time, I have watched the Honors College grow under the effective leadership of Deans Seay, Clark and Earle, from a small program in the College of Arts & Sciences to a thriving College. “Now is a time for the Advisory Council to serve as a beacon of leadership and commitment for the Honors College and LSU,” Mr. Haymon said. Tureaud, Sr. Black Alumni Chapter and Cou-yon's BBQ. After the formal program, the names of the graduates will be posted in Tiger Stadium. The event is free and open to the public. Search lsu.edu.
The celebration will include live music by "Last Minute Band," a reflection by Felicia Harry (A.P. Go! Through the years it has been such a joy to me to watch exceptionally capable students begin their college careers in my first-semester seminars and then progress to graduation with College Honors.”.
Anyone can attend the virtual watch party on the LSU Facebook page starting at 10 a.m. central time. “I have been teaching HNRS seminars for 30 years,” Dr. Holmes said. Lavender Graduation celebrates, recognizes, and honors LGBTQ+ students who successfully complete their college careers at LSU.
Juneteenth is the oldest holiday observance celebrating the freedom of enslaved Africans in the United States. LSU Graduation Celebration (Source: KSLA) BATON ROUGE, La. Ideas on how to celebrate with friends and loved ones while still maintaining social distancing and a schedule of events can be found on lsu.edu/celebration. The celebration is held at the end of the spring semester each year. The Clarence L. Barney, Jr. African American Cultural Center will host its Juneteenth Celebration on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. (KSLA) - LSU plans to celebrate their 2020 graduates this Friday, May 15. Tureaud, Sr. Black Alumni Chapter and Cou-yon's BBQ. BATON ROUGE – The LSU football team will celebrate its college football national championship on Saturday, January 18, with an on-campus parade that will culminate with a celebration … The graduation will include a “Year in Review” video, a performance of the National Anthem by Grammy winner and Louisiana-native Lauren Daigle, a message from Interim President Tom Galligan to graduates, and more to honor the graduates. Alumni, students, and friends of the Ogden Honors College are invited to celebrate the College’s past, present, and future at the event. Its focus on community service, study abroad, internships and independent research helps today’s high-achieving students become tomorrow’s leaders. to 6:00pm, Clarence L. Barney African American Cultural Center. Anyone can attend the virtual watch party on the LSU Facebook page starting at 10 a.m. central time. 1812 Fairfield Ave.Shreveport, LA 71101(318) 222-1212.
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