Students were given one minute to present their ideas and were able to receive feedback from a panel of judges to see if they have the discipline and determination to make their ideas work.
Louisiana Tech junior Madison Brown of Lacombe was awarded the General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) Intern Leadership award after completing a 10-week internship with General Dynamics this summer.
Louisiana Tech’s Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC) has received a two iPads and two laptops through a Technology Grant Award from the Children’s Coalition for Northeast Louisiana. The new equipment will be a valuable aid in helping ECEC maintain state-required safety adjustments.
Louisiana Tech PhD candidate Chris Miller will participate as a finalist in the 2020 NASA iTech Cycle II forum Oct. 15 online.
Louisiana Tech University and Grambling State University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today that provides GSU accounting undergraduates accelerated entry into Louisiana Tech’s Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program.
Kevin McKee, mechanical engineering senior at Louisiana Tech University, designed and built a prototype facility protection tool for the Air Force Global Strike Command at a Design Sprint aimed at solving a recurring problem that the command encounters.
Dr. Todd Castleberry, an assistant professor in the department of kinesiology in Louisiana Tech’s College of Education, is working with Tech’s nursing department, Tech Police and the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Department to compare blood pressure changes in officers while they wear a duty belt versus a load bearing vest.
COES receives $250,000 gift from Louisiana Contractor’s Licensing Board and Contractor’s Educational Trust Fund
Louisiana Tech University’s Construction Engineering Technology program in the College of Engineering and Science has received a $250,000 gift from the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors and the Contractor’s Educational Trust Fund (CETF).
Esteve appointed to national subcommittee of President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology
Louisiana Tech University alumna Savannah Esteve (biomedical engineering, ’20) has received a national, yearlong appointment to the United States President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.
The labs of Dr. Terri Murray, an Edmondson/Crump Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and director of Tech’s Integrated Neuroscience and Imagine Lab Center (INI), and Dr. Prabhu Arumugam, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, teamed with the Pati Lab, directed by Sandip Pati, MD/PhD, at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, to develop and present the research concerning a “novel microwire-based biosensor probe for simultaneous real-time measurement of glutamate and GABA dynamics in vitro.”