CC&E Today | October 30, 2020
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In Louisiana and beyond, it is vital to accurately forecast the potential impacts of hurricanes on people and ecosystems along vulnerable coastlines. LSU's College of the Coast & Environment stands at the ready, providing critical data that improves disaster management and prevention.
This fall, CC&E welcomed a record-breaking 60 first-year students to its Coastal Environmental Science, or CES, undergraduate program! Now, it is one of the fastest-growing undergraduate programs at LSU with a 90 percent retention rate as of last year. CES undergraduate program director Vince Wilson believes one of the secrets to the program’s success is its strong emphasis on undergraduate research.
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Dr. Mary Kate Rogener, University of Georgia, Department of Marine Sciences
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Dr. Sydney Moyo, Rhodes College, Department of Biology
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