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Elevator Maintenance: Roman Street Parking Garage 3/24

Between the hours of 7am and 12pm, the elevators in the Roman Street Parking Garage will be out of service. The Automatic Transfer Switch is being replaced.

Roman Street Parking Garage Closure

The elevator lobby on the 1st floor of the Roman Street parking garage will be closed over the weekend. The closure is due to completing the final phase of the parking garage resurfacing project. The closure will begin at 8am Saturday February 3rd and will reopen at 6am Monday February 5th.

Saturday’s Walk-to-Wellness Closure

On January 13th, between the hours of 6am – 9am, the Walk-to-Wellness will be closed in order to perform a high pressure test of the new water pipeline. Access to the Resource Center Building  will be possible through the first floor entrance. Access to the Lions/LSU Clinics Building, the Dr. Mervin L. Trail Clinical Sciences Research Building and Allied Health/ Nursing Buildings will be possible through the two 1st floor entrances of the Medical Education Building (Perdido side).

Welcome aboard our newest staff member, Lori Spradley!

Please join us in welcoming our new reference librarian, Lori Spradley! She recently joined us earlier this month and will be the School of Nursing liaison.

She previously worked for Jefferson Parish Schools as an elementary school librarian, as well as serving as an evening reference librarian at Delgado Community College. Currently, she is studying for a second masters’ degree in Educational Technology.

Thanks for joining us in welcoming Lori to the team.


LSU Shield App

Help is on the way! This free app allows you to contact emergency services with one button, submit non-emergency reports with a photo and/or video and submit reports anonymously. Upon completing registration, users will have access to the Emergency Call feature which is routed to the LSUHSC University Police while on campus. The EMS button directly calls Orleans Parish EMS. This app is one of many new ways the LSUHSC University Police is making it easier to contact them for help.

Other features include:



It is available for download through the App Store or Google Play. For more information, please visit

2015 Thanksgiving Food Drive

The annual Second Harvest Thanksgiving Food Drive of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana is now underway. Donations of non-perishable foods can be placed in a box at one of the locations listed below:   

Resource Center Building – 2nd floor near the elevators

Lions Building – 2nd floor near the elevators        

Clinical Science Research Building – 2nd floor near the elevators

Allied Health / Nursing Building – 2nd floor near the elevators

Human Development Center Building – 1st floor near the elevators

Medical Education Building – 3rd floor near the elevators

Clinical Education Building – 1st floor near the rear elevators

Foundation Building – 1st floor near the elevators

Stanislaus Hall – 2nd floor near the elevators

Residence Hall – 2nd floor across from the security desk

Dental School Administration Building – 1st floor near the elevators

Dental School Clinic Building– 1st floor near the elevators

For more information about ending hunger in South Louisiana visit

CDC – Bring Your Brave




We’re almost half way through breast cancer awareness month. Bring Your Brave is a new campaign focusing on young women with breast cancer. While breast cancer usually effects women over the age of 45, it does occur in about 11% of younger women. Breast cancer can be hereditary however that’s not always the case. There are ways you can reduce your risk of getting breast cancer such as limiting your alcohol intake, maintaining a healthy weight and breastfeeding.

Breast cancer symptoms include but are not limited to:

  • Lump in the breast or underarm/armpit area
  • Thickening or swelling of part of the breast.
  • Redness or flaky skin in the nipple area or the breast.
  • Nipple discharge other than breast milk, including blood.

It is important to get screened if you notice any symptoms early on, in order to start fighting back sooner than later.

For more information, visit:

New Library Staff

The Isché Library is pleased to welcome Monica Wise to our Circulation department. She is a native New Orleanian and recently returned home from Birmingham, AL. She holds a degree in Mass Communications from Dillard University. Welcome, welcome, welcome!


General Library Orientation Class

Come on in if you need assistance navigating through the library’s webpage. You will learn how to:

  • Set up a PIN for off-campus access
  • Refworks – web-based bibliography and database manager
  • Explain Interlibrary Loan (ILL) services
  • Catalog searches
  • Databases: PubMed and Ebscohost


Date: January 30th 2015

Time: 10-11:30 am


To register call 504-568-6100 or e-mail

Forgot your charger?

The Isché Library now offers its first charging station, equipped with 4 inter-changeable tips. There is a standard USB tip, a Micro USB tip, an Apple Lightning tip and an Apple 30 pin tip. Not sure which one charges your phone or ipad? Stop by the charging station near the circulation desk on the 3rd floor and figure out which one works for you.

CHARGEALL Charging Station

CHARGEALL Charging Station

General Library Orientation Class


Come on in if you need assistance navigating through the library’s webpage. You will learn how to:


  • Set up a PIN for off-campus access
  • Refworks – web-based bibliography and database manager
  • Explain Interlibrary Loan (ILL) services
  • Catalog searches
  • Databases: PubMed and Ebscohost


Date: January 14th 2015

Time: 9-10:30 am


To register call 504-568-6100 or e-mail

ORS Professional Development Series Presents

On Friday January 9th, from 10am – 11:30am, Nicole G. Hammill will present The presentation will provide an overview of what is and expand on making grant applications to federal agencies. It will be held in Room 303 of the Lions Building.


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