Two ribbon cuttings opened two new LA Tech Athletics facilities Friday, almost 22 months after an EF-3 tornado plowed through Louisiana Tech University’s campus and the surrounding community.
Dr. Kirk St.Amant, Eunice C. Williamson Endowed Chair and Director of the Center for Health and Medical Communication in the School of Literature and Language at Louisiana Tech, has received the 2020 Kitty O. Locker Researcher Award from the Association for Business Communication (ABC) for excellence in business communication research.
Judge Jeff, Susan, Gabrielle, and Stephen Cox, all of Bossier City, have made a $150,000 gift to benefit Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business. Made to honor the legacy of Jeff’s father, Orville “O.D.” Cox, funds will support current and future programming within the College.
When diplomas are presented during Winter Commencement Saturday, March 6 in Thomas Assembly Center on the Ruston campus, it’s doubtful any member of Louisiana Tech’s Class of 2021 will be happier than Joe Bates.
Louisiana Tech University, recently announced the recipients of the Education during COVID-19 Scholarship for the 2021-22 academic year. The Education during COVID-19 Scholarship was designed to give any first-time undergraduate student interested in Louisiana Tech the opportunity to detail their experience with learning during the pandemic.
Despite numerous power and internet outages during a winter storm that plagued north Louisiana in mid-February, Louisiana Tech University students and faculty, as well as parents and friends, gathered online to mark the 2020-21 Undergraduate Research Symposium on Feb. 18.
Neither a global pandemic nor being 3,943 miles from home could make Louisiana Tech University Engineering major Ana Moscoso feel disappointment in her choice for college.
Three Louisiana Tech students have won random-drawing scholarships worth $1,000 each from the Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association (LTBA), a non-profit corporation whose charitable mission is promoting the thoroughbred breeding industry within Louisiana.
Longtime Louisiana Tech supporters and graduates Bruce Singleton and Justin Hinckley will each offer a keynote address at one of the University’s two Winter 2021 commencement ceremonies Saturday, March 6 in Thomas Assembly Center.
Louisiana Tech will offer six high school students the opportunity to achieve hands-on experience to develop their process of research and spark their curiosity in STEM curriculum.