We support graduate students and faculty while they explore their research interests and solve complex, modern day problems.
LSUS hosts international visiting scholars under the J-1 Visa designation. J-1 visiting scholars (professors, terminal degree holding researchers, and subject experts) will provide an added educational, research, and cultural experience for our students. J-1 visiting scholars are work and study based exchange visitors that facilitate the exchange of ideas and research in a variety of fields. Foreign scholars gain by exposure to our faculty and programs. The J-1 scholar can be a paid or a gratis position. Most scholars have funding from their home country, university, or are self-funded.
LSUS typically hosts the following types of J-1 Exchange Visitors:
LSUS faculty interested in hosting a J-1 scholar should contact Sponsored Research.
International scholars should contact potential departments or facutly members to express interest in an visit.
For more information about the J-1 Visa visit https://j1visa.state.gov/basics/
The LSUS Student Scholars Forum is a competition in which graduate and undergraduate students from universities in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi and Oklahoma can present their research and/or creative work in the areas of Art, Business, Education, Humanities, Natural Science or Social Science.
For more information on Sponsored Research at LSUS, contact Amanda Lewis, Director of Sponsored Research at 318-795-4237 or via email at email@example.com.