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We leverage your support of LSU Shreveport to yield life-changing dividends for the students and faculty.

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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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in scholarships annually

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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Authors to discuss Louisiana's 'Trail of Tears'

Join us on October 1 as three Native American authors from Northwest Louisiana share the story of their tribe's long road to respect and recognition. The event includes a tasting luncheon featuring Native American foods.

Friends of the Spring Street Museum group partners with LSUS Foundation

August 16, 2021 Comments Off on Friends of the Spring Street Museum group partners with LSUS Foundation
September 26 @ 5:49 pm

The Friends of the Spring Street Museum is partnering with the LSUS Foundation so the Friends group can focus on fundraising to support one of Shreveport’s cultural crown jewels.

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LSUS leads Louisiana for most affordable online bachelors’ programs

June 15, 2021 Comments Off on LSUS leads Louisiana for most affordable online bachelors’ programs
September 26 @ 5:49 pm

LSU Shreveport was ranked 1st in Louisiana and 15th in the nation by OnlineU for the Most Affordable Online Bachelor’s Degrees.

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In Memoriam

Help us honor three LSU Shreveport faculty members who passed away this year and make a degree more affordable for students majoring in science and business.