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LSU was founded by the Louisiana General Assembly in 1853 under the name Louisiana State Seminary of Learning and Military Academy and was located near Pineville, La., with the first session beginning on Jan. 2, 1860. Louisiana State Agricultural & Mechanical College was established by an act of the legislature, approved April 7, 1874, to carry out the U. S. Morrill Act of 1862, granting lands for this purpose. It temporarily opened in New Orleans on June 1, 1874, where it remained until it merged with Louisiana State University in 1877. The land for the current LSU campus was purchased in 1918, construction started in 1922, and the move to the campus began in 1925. It was not, however, until 1932 that the move was finally completed. The campus was dedicated April 30, 1926.
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The Pediatric Residency Program at LSUHSC-New Orleans is an exceptional program offering the enthusiastic student a challenging and rewarding training program. Our residents have the opportunity to participate in the care of children with a wide range of pediatric illnesses, preparing them for a successful future in pediatric practice or academic medicine. Our program, based at Childrens Hospital, provides residents with superior clinical experience and active teaching, as well as supervisory responsibilities. The Department of Pediatrics is composed of outstanding faculty who are dedicated to excellence in teaching.
I will study the premed biology curriculum at LSU. I will then go to a medical school in New Orleans 15 hrs. per semester BIOL 1201, BIOL 1202,etc. 120 hrs. total
Shaquille ONeal, Kevin Griffin (the lead singer of the band “Better Than Ezra”), Joanne Woodward(won an academy award),etc. Famous Places: Tiger Stadium & Indian Mounds Pleasant Hall is a haunted building on LSU campus.
I want to attend LSU because they have the best football team EVER(opinion),great academics programs and they challenge you. LSU Student Life & Enrollment focuses on creating an environment that fosters student success. Their mission is:To recruit, admit, engage, retain, and graduate a diverse student population for success at LSU and beyond we enhance learning by fostering critical thinking and ethical responsibility to create a university experience that transform lives.