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LSUS professor uses machine learning to develop real-time water quality monitoring program

Dr. Tauhidul Alam is developing a computer model how to predict whether rivers are healthy for fish, plants and people.

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A family's gift continues a teacher’s life-changing legacy for the next generation of educators

A scholarship that supports student teachers arose from a tragedy that robbed the community of an open-hearted educator who helped shape the lives of hundreds of youngsters.

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Author will share story of World War II intrigue

Join the Friends of the Spring Street Museum on February 8, 2022 at the LSUS University Center Theatre as Wesley Harris, author of "Fish Out of Water", discusses a little-known chapter of World War II history that unfolded right here in North Louisiana! The lecture is open to the public, and tickets are $25 each. Proceeds benefit the LSUS Foundation Spring Street Museum.

‘The Five Priests’ earns international attention

January 6, 2022 Comments Off on ‘The Five Priests’ earns international attention
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“The Five Priests” documentary – which draws on research by LSU Shreveport history professor Dr. Cheryl White and colleagues — is earning worldwide attention during the current international film festival season.

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Thank you for your support!

October 4, 2021 Comments Off on Thank you for your support!
January 27 @ 8:32 am

Thanks to author Dorsey Bronson and YOUR gifts, the LSU Shreveport Food Pantry will be able to serve even more students!…

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