Top 5 concerts at Louisiana Tech – a list from 1984 grad Bill Campbell, who serves as Director of Communications for the City of Jonesboro, Arkansas
Suanne Hammons, a master of accountancy student in Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business, was recently awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Dr. Julie Rutledge, Director of Louisiana Tech’s ENRICH Center, is part of a team whose research suggests that the “pester power” of children being educated to make wise eating choices may contribute to improvements in their family’s food environment.
Origin Bank has donated $40,000 to Louisiana Tech’s Department of Inclusion Initiatives and Student Success, part of $700,000 the bank distributed to a variety of charitable organizations and other educational institutions in its markets in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
More than 50 teachers, parents, school administrators and service providers from Louisiana, Arkansas, and Kentucky learned new instructional techniques to work with students on the autism spectrum in a variety of settings, including virtual learning.
Ganucheau, a Metairie native who serves as director of the Louisiana Center for Afterschool Learning in the SciTEC division of the Louisiana Tech’s College of Education, said he recognized the demand for service learning in the greater New Orleans area after Hurricane Katrina.
Top 5 Novels from Professor Emeritus Dr. Pat Garrett
An anonymous benefactor has established an Endowed Professorship in Accountancy within Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business. The professorship will provide critical research support to a distinguished faculty member in the School of Accountancy.
Dr. Jordan Blazo, an assistant professor in Louisiana Tech’s College of Education, was co-investigator on a study that determined that COVID-19-related restrictions could be widening the gap between those who have access to free play, organized training, and competitive training – and those who don’t.
To better serve and protect the campus, Louisiana Tech’s University Police Department has secured a four-door all-terrain vehicle, a first for the department.