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Interdisciplinary earth and energy sciences doctorate wins approval

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will offer a Ph.D. in earth and energy sciences starting next year.

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Xindong Wu Appears Twice in List of Highly Cited Researchers

Xindong Wu, director of the School of Computing and Informatics, appears twice, under computer science and engineeri

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The Louisiana Governor's Mansion website, was formally unveiled during a ceremony at the Mansion on Tuesday, 7 November 2017, with first lady Donna Edwards guiding school children through its features. This website was conceived and developed by University of Louisiana at Lafayette student Elizabeth Rothermel for her senior project for Dr. Sonya Hsu's Informatics 490 course in the Fall of 2016.

Elizabeth Rothermel

Elizabeth (Liddy) Rothermel is now a courseware developer and designer at Apex Innovations.

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