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Williams earns OER grant

Williams earns OER grant

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.

Physics faculty, students publish groundbreaking research on neutron density of Lead Nucleus

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.

Architecture students present Poverty Point proposal to Nungesser

Architecture students present Poverty Point proposal to Nungesser

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.