Seen and Unseen Progress in the City
March 16, 2018
The city also partnered with Southern University at Shreveport to create the Milam Street Kitchen Incubator and Culinary Medicine Center that is scheduled to come online later this year.
March 2018 E-News
March 01, 2018
Over 200 people came out Saturday, February 17th to receive free dental care as part of Southern University at Shreveport’s first free dental care event.
Dentistry From the Heart Free Dental Clinic Happening at SUSLA
February 16, 2018
The Southern University Shreveport Campus Dental Clinic will offer free dental care to residents at the 1st annual Dentistry From the Heart Free Dental Clinic Event.
Free Dental Care
February 09, 2018
Shreveport, LA – Southern University at Shreveport’s Dental Hygiene Clinic has partnered with Miles For Smiles mobile dental care and Dentistry From The Heart to host a free dental care event February 17th.
Radiologic Technology Program has obtained a 100% pass rate
February 07, 2018
Radiologic Technology Program has obtained a 100% pass rate on the American Registry of Radiologic Technology National Exam for the second year.
February 2018 E-News
February 01, 2018
SUSLA Receives $175,000 From Caddo Parish Commission to Support Workforce Education.
SUMAS Black History Month Exhibition, “A Visual Journey through History, the Culture and the Traditi
January 30, 2018
A Visual Journey through History, the Culture and the Traditions of Louisiana's African American Veterans" exhibition will run Feb. 1-28 at Southern University Museum of Art - Shreveport. The Black History Month exhibition will feature works created by Wilson — a Louisiana-native, Southern University alumnus and U.S. Army veteran.
CSRA: 700+ employees hired in Shreveport-Bossier City
January 10, 2018
CSRA Inc. today announced it has recruited and hired more than 700 employees in the Shreveport-Bossier City area in less than four years. Through a contract with the state of Louisiana established in 2014, CSRA committed to hiring 800 employees at its Integrated Technology Center (ITC) by June 30.
January 05, 2018
Between 2015 -2024 NW Louisiana will require approx. 100,000 workers annually to fill high wage-paying four and five star jobs that will require more than a high school diploma but no more than an Associate degree.

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