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  • April 15, 2021

    Louisiana Poets to Celebrate 25th National Poetry Month Virtually

    The Louisiana Center for the Book in the State Library of Louisiana will celebrate the 25th annual National Poetry Month with a virtual edition of its "Just Listen to Yourself: Louisiana's Poet Laureate Presents Louisiana Poets" and an additional event to celebrate the past decade of this series.

  • April 12, 2021

    LSUS Accounting Program Ranked #28 Most Affordable in Country, #1 in Louisiana for 2021

    LSU Shreveport has been ranked No. 28 nationally in the Discover Accounting ranking of Top 101 Most Affordable Accounting Schools. The ranking puts the university's Bachelor of Science in Accounting program as No. 1 in the state of Louisiana.

  • April 09, 2021

    LSUS Graphic Design Ranked Best in Louisiana

    LSU Shreveport has been awarded the #1 Best in Louisiana Offering Graphic Design Programs designation in the PLEXUSS Global Rankings. The PLEXUSS Global Rankings, which evaluates programs based on student demand and preferences, were developed with extensive input from education partners, data scientists, employers, parents, and high school counselors for prospective students to evaluate postsecondary options.

  • April 09, 2021

    LSU Shreveport's Dr. Kenna Franklin Honored with 2021 Willie Burton Historian Award

    LSU Shreveport Assistant Provost of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement Dr. Kenna Franklin was awarded the 2021 Willie Burton Historian Award at the 9th Annual State of Black Shreveport Symposium & Economic Summit. The honor is named after the late Willie Burton, a local historian, Southern University Shreveport Louisiana (SUSLA) professor, Caddo School Board member, and leader for the African American community.

  • April 08, 2021

    LSU Shreveport 6th Annual Scholars Forum Top Awards Include Medical and Marine Research

    LSU Shreveport recently hosted its 6th Annual Regional Student Scholars Forum, with six of its eight top awards going to research submissions in the fields of medicine, fish hatcheries, and gulf stream migration. Of the top awards, winners are awarded a $100 gift card and runners up are awarded $50 gift cards from the LSUS Foundation.

  • April 08, 2021

    Three LSUS Students Receive Scholarships at Annual Rotary Club Scholarship Luncheon

    Three LSUS students were awarded scholarships at the Annual Rotary Club Scholarship Luncheon in late March, featuring nominees from six area schools. Caroline Dorking, Meaghan Cloud, and Trinity Williams were selected based on criteria of excellent scholarship as it relates to their studies, service to others as defined in essay submissions, and genuine need for financial aid.

  • March 29, 2021

    LSU Shreveport Ranked #3 in Louisiana in Graduate Salary Score for 2021

    LSU Shreveport has been ranked No.3 in the 2021 ranking of Best Colleges for a Bachelor’s Degree in Louisiana based on Salary Score, published by GradReports.com. Salary Score is based on a comparison of alumni salaries across the same programs at statewide and nationwide universities that is also weighted by student enrollment in each program.

  • March 26, 2021

    Two LSUS Professors Awarded Scientific Research Patents

    Louisiana State University in Shreveport is proud to announce that both Dr. William Yu and Dr. Brian Salvatore have been awarded patents for their novel scientific research.

  • March 25, 2021

    LSU Shreveport to Host Virtual Pilot Preview Day

    LSU Shreveport will be hosting a virtual Pilot Preview Day on April 1st, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm. The university hosts preview events throughout the year to give prospective students and their families an inside look at what life at LSUS is like as a member of the Pilot family, but in light of COVID safety protocols, the university has opted for a virtual format.

  • March 24, 2021

    LSUS Counseling Services Addresses Student Mental Health Challenges With Podcast

    LSU Shreveport continues to play its part in the nationwide effort to see mental health improvement in college students. The university’s Counseling Services department recently added another way to connect to students and the wider community with a podcast titled, Say It Out Loud: Tackling Tough Topics Together, available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

 
 
 
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