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  • LSUS graduate student’s civil rights research wins MLA Thesis Award

    A detailed account of gospel singer Mahalia Jackson’s involvement in the civil rights movement has won the LSU Shreveport Masters in Liberal Arts Thesis Award.“Moving on up a Little Higher: Mahalia Jackson, Champion of Freedom through Song”, by Sherman Houston Jr., is the first volume in The Noel Masters Series published by LSUS. Sherman will speak on Jackson and sign copies of his book from 11 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. Wednesday in the Assembly Room at Noel Memorial Library on the LSUS campus.
  • LSU Shreveport will host the second annual Conference for Young Adult Literature Louisiana

    LSU Shreveport is hosting the second annual Conference for Young Adult Literature Louisiana (CYALL) next month. The conference, made possible by a grant from the Noel Foundation, will take place in the LSUS UC Theater Friday, November 8, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will also be a keynote lecture and tour of the current Noel Collection exhibit at 4:15 p.m at the Noel Memorial Library.
  • LSUS Announces Pell Grant Exemption for Tuition

    LSUS has announced a new initiative to assist Pell Grant eligible students in covering the cost of their college education. The Pell Grant Exemption will cover any remaining tuition balance after all Pell Grant, Institutional Aid, and state (TOPS) money is applied to a student’s account.
  • TeachLSUS Offers Pathway to a Fast-Track Teaching Certification

    TeachLSUS, a CAEP Accredited program, offers a fast-track to a teaching certification to those who have at least a bachelor’s degree in a field other than education and wish to become an educator.
 
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