Dr. Joseph Williams, Assistant Professor of Technical Writing, has been awarded the Interactive OER for Dual Enrollment Program grant from the Department of Education and the LOUIS consortium to pursue the creation and development of Open Education Resources.
During the pandemic, MECO water systems have become even more critical to the supply chain of the biopharmaceutical industry that is working tirelessly in the fight against COVID-19. MECO is working with all current vaccine manufacturers to supply the equipment used to create high-purity water and steam needed to create such life-saving treatments.
Dr. Rakitha Beminiwattha, Assistant Professor of Physics at Louisiana Tech University, and Louisiana Tech Physics doctoral students Yufan Chen and Devaki Bhatta Pathak (who graduated in Winter Quarter 2020), were among a team of international researchers who have helped to measure the neutron distribution in a heavy nucleus, specifically, that of lead, and published the most precise measurement to date of the neutron distribution from the Lead (Pb) Radius Experiment (PREX) at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Virginia.
Ruston visual artist and Louisiana Tech School of Design professor Frank Hamrick is the recipient of Argent Financial Group’s Fellowship for the 2021 Hambidge Center’s Creative Residency Program.
Louisiana Tech University announced today its partnership with Barnes & Noble College to implement BNC First Day® Complete, a course material delivery model that will drive student success by ensuring all students are prepared to begin learning on the first day of class.
Louisiana Tech University’s Professional Online Master of Business Administration has been named to Fortune’s first-ever higher education ranking. The College of Business was ranked No. 40 in the nation, and the only institution in the state to rank within the top 50.
The Louisiana Tech University student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) notched two first-place wins and a third-place finish at the 2021 Deep South Conference.
When Electrical Engineering senior Diego Segura Ibarra joined Louisiana Tech University in the Winter of 2018, he planned to earn an electrical engineering degree that would prepare him for a career in his dream field of integrated circuits. What he found was a community as invested in his success as he was.
In June of 2022, college students from around the world will converge on Ruston to socialize, network, and lock horns for a top spot in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Concrete Canoe Competition.
During the fall of 2019, three Louisiana Tech University architecture students worked on a plan to enhance the Poverty Point World Heritage Site, the largest and most complex settlement in North Louisiana. These students were recently able to present their project to Louisiana’s Lieutenant Governor, Billy Nungesser, who is looking to expand tourism in North Louisiana.