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  • Phi Mu Sorority Ready to Give Back and Dance

    Phi Mu Epsilon Xi at LSU Shreveport is getting ready to dance the night away, and raise funds for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, on Nov. 12 at the Bossier Civic Center in Bossier, LA.
  • Local Author Visits LSUS for Book Reading and Signing

    The book-launch for Shreveport local Ashley Mace Havird’s award-winning novel “Lightningstruck” took place last Wednesday during Common Hour. At the event, which was hosted by the English Club and English department, Havird talked about the themes of the book, read a few passages, and answered questions from students about the meaning of the story, the process of writing it, and information about publishing.
  • LSUS Names New MBA Director

    Dr. Tami Knotts has been named the new director of the Master of Business Administration program at Louisiana State University Shreveport.
  • K-12 Teachers Taking Computer Science Courses at LSUS

    There is a growing shortage of computer science graduates in America. By the year 2020, the U.S. Bureau of Labor has estimated there will be one million unfilled computer science job openings due to a lack of qualified applicants.