Cle Sanchez, a mechanical engineering major at Louisiana Tech, will complete a summer internship with the international chemical company BASF, allowing her to work on projects that will help launch her career after graduation. Throughout the course of the...
Global Strike National Security Fellowship program connects Louisiana Tech students with real-world experience
Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC), Cyber Innovation Center (CIC) in Bossier City, and Louisiana Tech University are celebrating the first anniversary of the Global Strike National Security Fellowship Program.
Louisiana Tech University Construction Engineering Technology major Haden Smith, senior from Benton, has been named the first recipient of the Lane McGaha Memorial Scholarship. McGaha’s family presented the scholarship June 15 in the Marbury Alumni Center on Louisiana Tech’s campus.
A high school robotics’ summer learning camp is now available through funding provided by Louisiana GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) through the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance’s Field Outreach Services Division of the Louisiana Board of Regents.
“Just Business” is a giving circle comprised of College of Business alumni and friends who pool financial resources, then jointly decide how the funds will be invested. The group awards grants for student, staff, and faculty projects that advance the mission of the College of Business.
Four women with ties to Louisiana Tech University will compete in this coming weekend’s Miss Louisiana pageant.
Louisiana Tech University will partner with LSU Health Shreveport (LSUHS) and Grambling State University (GSU) to establish a regional hub to share SARSCoV-2 genomic data for cases of COVID-19 in north Louisiana. This partnership will increase the reach of a Rockefeller Foundation program designed to strengthen global capabilities to detect and respond to pandemic threats.
Nanosystems Engineering and Studio Art freshman and Monroe native, Nicholas Jones has two full-time jobs: one as a student taking a full load of classes, and another as a single dad of three small children. He also has a part-time job as an undergraduate research assistant with Dr. Shawn Chen, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University’s Institute for Micromanufacturing, researching nanomaterials in harvesting energy.
Three Nanosystems Engineering students at Louisiana Tech University have earned spots in the National Science Foundation REU (research experiences for undergraduates) program.
Louisiana Tech undergraduate Biology majors Annabeth Rawls and Caitlyn Fontenot each won student awards after presenting their research at the annual meeting of the Louisiana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society (AFS) held virtually May 27-28.