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.
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Louisiana Tech students in all areas of the health sciences will benefit from yet another unparalleled, collaborative educational experience beginning this fall with the opening of the Justin and Jeanette Hinckley Virtual Anatomy Lab in Carson-Taylor Hall.
Physics and Engineering team to develop particle detector as part of international, multimillion-dollar grant
Dr. Rakitha Beminiwattha, assistant professor of physics at Louisiana Tech University, and his team, which currently includes Yusuff Afeez Oluwatobi, doctoral engineering student, and Nirmal Bhusal, mechanical engineering senior, have begun developing a particle detection system as part of the Measurement of a Lepton-Lepton Electroweak Reaction Experiment (MOLLER) at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility.
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