LSU Shreveport feels like home for sophomore Cole Goodman. “My dad went here in the ‘90s. My grandpa went here. He got a job a Beaird (Industries) and they paid for him to take some math classes,” Goodman said. “I…More
LSU Shreveport alumnus Mike Woods is helping open doors to an education for students who overcome barriers to better themselves.More
Donor support helps the International Lincoln Center open doors for students and provide valuable research resources
A unique research center focused on President Abraham Lincoln is engaging diverse audiences around the world in spite of the Covid pandemic.
The International Lincoln Center for American Studies at LSU Shreveport – supported by the American Studies Endowed Chair – attracts scholars from around the globe as they study Lincoln’s legacy.More
“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.More
Thanks to author Dorsey Bronson and YOUR gifts, the LSU Shreveport Food Pantry will be able to serve even more students! Bronson, a member of the Choctaw Apache Tribe of Ebarb, Louisiana, recounted her research into the tribe’s history and…More
Director Chris Charles Scott (Class Action Park) brings a grim chapter of Shreveport history to life in The Five Priests, a full-length documentary that focuses on five Catholic priests who gave their lives in the 1873 Yellow Fever Epidemic. The…More