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Dear students, faculty, and staff,
Good Wednesday morning.
Yesterday, I was able to spend time with members of the current class in the University of Louisiana System’s Management and Leadership Institute (MLI). The Institute is a year-long program composed of representatives from each university in the system. It provides an opportunity for these faculty and staff to learn more about other universities in the system and to broaden their knowledge of academic, professional, and administrative functions in their own institutions.
The program has been successful in inspiring those who are interested in greater leadership opportunities here at Louisiana Tech. We have since instituted leadership training opportunities for students and faculty and staff members here at our University. This institute has enriched our University and those throughout the system. I am particularly grateful for our faculty, staff and students who have invested their time to be involved in these leadership development opportunities.
I encourage each of you to assume the responsibility of leadership when an opportunity is presented. Though leadership has its challenges, the rewards of contributing to a greater Louisiana Tech are rich. You do not have to have an official title, rank or position to be an impactful leader.
As we approach the end of the quarter, look for ways to become ground breakers and innovators in your own areas. One of the best ways we can lead is to continue to protect our campus community by wearing masks, maintaining physical distance, and getting the COVID-19 vaccine when it’s our turn.
Let’s keep our efforts up in getting tested! Testing at the Argent Alumni Pavilion continues from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday. The link to register for testing is http://health.questdiagnostics.com/STLOU. It’s quick and easy!
Free antigen testing continues from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each weekday at TechCare. Schedule your free test at https://gctechcare.simplybook.me/v2/#book.