College of Sciences and Engineering
Southern receives $1.65M NSF grant to study cybersecurity for 3D printing
December 09, 2019
National Science Foundation award will create first program of its kind at an HBCU.
Electrical engineering department awarded $400k grant to develop research lab
August 21, 2019
Southern University was recently awarded a $400,000 research grant through the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Historically Black Colleges and Universities - Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP), to develop an industry-based Computer Engineering Research Lab (CERL) in the electrical engineering department.
Southern alum and professor recounts working on Apollo 11 mission
July 18, 2019
Growing up picking cotton in St. Joseph, Louisiana, Morgan Watson never in his wildest dreams envisioned that he, along with six other men, would become the first black engineers at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, and participate in sending the first man to the moon.
McGuire named 'James Ruth Smith Professor Emeritus' by SUS Board of Supervisors
April 12, 2019
During its March meeting, the Southern University System Board of Supervisors approved longtime Southern University Baton Rouge physics professor Stephen C. McGuire as the James Ruth Smith Professor Emeritus.
SU students win big at national academic conference
April 08, 2019
Southern University students recently participated in the 76th Joint Annual Meeting of Beta Kappa Chi Scientific Honor Society and the National Institute of Science held in Atlanta, Georgia.
Robotics and Sensors Summer Camp Now is Open for Application
April 04, 2019
Congratulations to our Student Award Recipients
March 16, 2019
Last Saturday, Our graduate students Mr. Adetayo Okunoye and Mr. Nariman Razaviarab were awarded the Best Graduate Poster Presentation in 93rd Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Science.
Urban forestry professor receives $345,000 funding award from NASA
November 19, 2018
Zhu Hua Ning, an endowed professor of sciences and an award-winning professor of urban forestry, has been awarded a $345,000 competitive grant to implement a project, “Quantifying Carbon Export through Vegetation, Biomass and Land Use Change Analysis of Two Contrasting Sites across Mississippi River Delta Plain."