The College of Education is important to the Stapleton family. J.J. and Pat Stapleton always valued education, and now their family has established an endowed scholarship in the College of Education to honor their commitment. “Due to a severe case of...
The Louisiana Tech University Debate Team made it back-to-back state championships last weekend by winning the Southern Forensics Championship at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, the tournament that serves as the state competition for Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi.
Louisiana Tech University Biomedical Engineering alumnus Dr. John A. White (‘84), Professor and Chairman of Biomedical Engineering and Principal Investigator of the Neuronal Dynamics Research Lab at Boston University, will present his work to the Louisiana Tech University community on Wednesday, February 8, at 12:30 p.m. in the Integrated Engineering and Science Building (IESB) AEP Auditorium Room 108.
Louisiana Tech Associate Professor of Design Jerry Berg II and three students minoring in Game Design — Kristina Martinez, Thien Vu, and Trevor Taylor — recently participated in Tiny Con 3, an indie game development event, hosted by the Society of Play in Dallas.
Being king isn’t all Mardi Gras balls and parades, and that’s fine with Louisiana Tech University Physics Professor and Director of Chemistry and Physics Dr. H. Lee Sawyer, or as he’s known among his krewe – King Janus XL.
More than 40 students who make up The University Choir, Chamber Singers, and Tech Pop Ensemble will present Louisiana Tech’s Winter Choir Concert at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 in Howard Auditorium.
Louisiana Tech University student Catherine Lacey earned a CADENCE Women in Technology Diversity Scholarship for her academic success, leadership, and passion for using biomedical technology to improve the world.
Open auditions for the Louisiana Tech School of Music’s Spring 2023 Opera Workshop will end Feb. 10.
Louisiana Tech University’s Professional Master of Business Administration and online bachelor’s programs were named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2023 list of Best Online Programs released today.
Leslie Brister, a Louisiana Tech graduate (‘15) and former Senior Admission Specialist for the College of Engineering and Science, has transitioned into a new role as Special Events and Facilities Coordinator for the Office of the President.