A new program called Dance with Parkinson’s at Louisiana Tech University will begin Wednesday, Feb. 5, and classes will take place from 10-11 a.m. in the classroom at Lambright Sports and Wellness Center.
The work of current graduating seniors of Louisiana Tech’s Studio Art program will be part of a new exhibition called “Fresh Produce” in Monroe’s Big Room Gallery.
Louisiana Tech University’s online Professional Master of Business Administration (MBA) has been named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 list of Best Online Programs released today.
Tom Hoover has joined Louisiana Tech as the University’s Chief Information Officer (CIO).
David Kohl, ’84, senior vice president and principal at Roach Howard Smith & Barton and president of the Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations, will headline the College of Business’ 2020 Global Lecture Series on Monday, Jan. 27, at 4 p.m.
Students in the VISTA Center are currently completing The Journey of a Stem Cell, an interactive book is designed to teach children about stem cells, introduce the contribution of stem cells to research and medicine, and show children the opportunities available in art, communication, science, and engineering.
Neurology professor and physician Dr. Karl Kieburtz will deliver the next seminar in the New Frontiers in Biomedical Research series on Jan. 13. In advance of and following this seminar, Louisiana Tech University will share a series of stories...
Louisiana Tech University hosted teams from nine local high schools to kick off the second annual FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition. Participants, including students, faculty and staff from Louisiana Tech’s Colleges of Engineering and Science and Education, gathered in the University’s Integrated Engineering and Science Building in Ruston, where they brainstormed, shared ideas, picked up building kits, and watched as FIRST Robotics unveiled the 2020 competition theme: Infinite Recharge.
Louisiana Tech’s Dr. Donna Johnson earned the 2019 Young Professional of the Year from the Young Professional Initiative (YPI) of the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce in December. Johnson serves as Assistant Vice President for Academic Advancement and Partnerships at Tech. She joined the University in 2018 and was placed in charge of overseeing the Academic Success Center in Bossier City, the Tech Barksdale Program, and the Tech Shreveport Center, a key role as Tech grows its brand, its services, and its support westward.
Dr. Mark DeCoster and his group in the Cellular Neuroscience Lab at Louisiana Tech are involved in several areas of research concerning the brain and nervous system, including the development of nanotechnology to understand how the brain works at the cellular level in both healthy or diseased states.