- ARP Grant
- Quarantine and isolation protocol
- HEERF Reports
- CARES Act 30-day report
- CARES Act 45-day report
- CARES Act 45-day report – 2
- CARES Act 45-day report – 3
- CARES Act 45-day report – 4
- CARES Act final report
- CARES Act institutional report – 30 Sept 20
- CARES Act Institutional Report – 31 Dec 20
- CARES Act institutional report – 31 March 21
- HEERF Institutional Report – 31 March 21
- HEERF Institutional Report – 30 June 21
- HEERF Institutional Report – 30 Sept 21
- HEERF Institutional Report – 30 Sept 21 – revised
- HEERF Institutional Report – 31 Dec 21
- HEERF Institutional Report – 31 March 22
- HEERF Student Report – 31 Mar 21
- HEERF Student Report – 30 Jun 21
- HEERF Student Report – 30 Sept 21
- HEERF Student Report – 31 Dec 21 (revised)
- HEERF Student Report – 31 March 22
- HEERF Report – 30 June 2022
- HEERF Report – 30 June 2022 revised
- HEERF Report – 30 September 2022
Campus Update – DEI in strategic framework
September 19th, 2022
Dear students, faculty, and staff,
Good Monday morning.
As we continue to work toward achieving the goals in our Tech 2030 strategic framework, it’s important to remember the transformational principles for the work we’re doing within that framework.
One of the most important of those principles is diversity, and I know each of our divisions is working to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion across our campus.
This week, we announced the renaming of our Office of Multicultural Affairs to the Bulldog Cultural Center. This intentional change was spearheaded by students and staff in the Office, and I believe it will allow the Center to continue to impact our campus in a meaningful way.
This work will continue to help our campus modernize its approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion and will strengthen our focus on creating leaders, increasing knowledge, and developing our culture.
Another initiative designed to assist in our DEI work is the implementation of the Concurrent Master of Accountancy (MAcc) partnership in the College of Business. This initiative works to meet goals associated with Themes 1 and 3 of our framework by developing a unique recruitment strategy to increase enrollment of underrepresented student populations.
Through an MOU between Tech and Grambling State University, qualified GSU accounting undergraduates have an accelerated pathway into the MAcc program, which is not offered at their institution. Now, thanks to a generous gift from Deloitte, full scholarships and assistantships are available to these students while they are attending both concurrently and as full-time graduate students at Tech.
This program benefits our region by producing highly qualified professionals who will diversify the accounting workforce. It also builds on the College of Business’ existing collaboration with Grambling’s accounting department to provide students from both institutions with career placement opportunities.
I look forward to learning more about our DEI work across the Louisiana Tech campus as we continue to make progress toward our Tech 2030 goals.
Have a great week, Bulldogs! I look forward to seeing you around campus soon.