One source of our University’s strength is its diversity. Contrasts create learning experiences beyond the classroom, and our students have the opportunity to engage in high-impact learning practices such as study abroad. Our students come to Ruston from 47 states and 64 foreign countries. Partnerships with large and small companies enrich students’ learning experiences and increase their chances of finding great jobs in Louisiana and beyond.
Our studios, labs, and classrooms are places of innovation, where students work side-by-side with faculty members to achieve excellence.
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More than 50 teachers, parents, school administrators and service providers from Louisiana, Arkansas, and Kentucky learned new instructional techniques to work with students on the autism spectrum in a variety of settings, including virtual learning.
Origin Bank has donated $40,000 to Louisiana Tech’s Department of Inclusion Initiatives and Student Success, part of $700,000 the bank distributed to a variety of charitable organizations and other educational institutions in its markets in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
Ganucheau, a Metairie native who serves as director of the Louisiana Center for Afterschool Learning in the SciTEC division of the Louisiana Tech’s College of Education, said he recognized the demand for service learning in the greater New Orleans area after Hurricane Katrina.
Events @ Tech
Concerts? Talks? Academic Events? Visit our calendar for a list of all university events.