Endowed professorships support work to honor victims of yellow fever epidemic
Two LSUS faculty members and staff at the Spring Street Museum have a key role in honoring those who died in the yellow fever epidemic of 1873 in Shreveport.
Funding from endowed professorships has helped Dr. Cheryl White and Dr. Gary Joiner with research related to the epidemic. Their work laid the foundation for some of the commemorative events marking the 150th anniversary of the epidemic.
Shreveport family establishes memorial scholarship
A new scholarship at LSU Shreveport will honor the life of Samuel Walker Lees, who passed away before he could fulfll his potential.
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LSU names Robert T. Smith chancellor of LSU Shreveport
LSU Shreveport welcomes new Chancellor Robert T. Smith on July 10.
LSU named Smith chancellor after an extensive nationwide search to replace Larry Clark, who retired June 30.
LSU Shreveport’s growing online programs are yielding a support network around the United States as graduates like Jeff West — who…More
A generous gift from Red River Balloon Rally organizers Susan and Pat Harwell will support a scholarship that honors the memory…More
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