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Education

8:40am

Mon January 23, 2012
Local

LSU Shreveport professor studies hate group activity

The journal Criminal Justice Studies will publish research by LSU Shreveport criminal justice professor W. Chris Hale on domestic hate groups and their Web-based activity.

10:08am

Thu January 12, 2012
Local

Refuge opens "green" visitor's center focused on education

U.S. Rep. John Fleming (R-Shreveport) speaks at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Red River National Wildlife Refuge's $3.8 million visitor and education center.

The Red River National Wildlife Refuge's new 9,000-square-foot facility will be a launch pad for refuge activities, including hiking, bird watching and berry picking. Officials say thousands of schoolchildren will use the refuge's new educational wing.

2:21pm

Mon January 9, 2012
Local

SouthArk receives its largest gift ever from a single donor

South Arkansas Community College was one of 40 nonprofit groups to receive a gift from the $11 million estate of a Fort Smith, Ark., accountant.

9:20am

Tue December 13, 2011
Arts

Alexandria Museum of Art receives $100,000 gift

The Alexandria Museum of Art is a cultural draw to downtown Alexandria.

The Central Louisiana Community Foundation will give its Community Impact award to the Alexandria Museum of Art at Dec. 14 ceremony.

9:02am

Thu December 8, 2011
Local

Natchitoches high school gets a supercomputer

Math instructor Brad Burkman and physics instructor Kerrie Tainter assembled a portable supercomputer.

Students at Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts will get firsthand experience on a supercomputer. It's the only high school nationwide awarded a supercomputer through the LittleFe project.

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