Louisiana Tech University’s Call Me MISTER program’s leadership and students traveled to the organization’s Annual Leadership Institute at Clemson University before the start of Fall quarter. Call Me MISTER (Mentors Instructing Students Toward...
Louisiana Tech’s College of Education recently celebrated two educational accomplishments, the fifth anniversaries of both International Dot Day and the TEAM Model Clinical Residency program.
Turner’s $100,000 endowment will help several students complete their education and make an impact in health and wellness, one of the focus areas for Louisiana Tech programs and research aimed at finding solutions for this Grand Challenges in our nation and region.
In cooperation with both associate professor of audiology and SAA chapter sponsor Dr. Steve Madix and Advanced Audiology & Hearing Aids of Ruston’s Dr. Jerrilyn Turner Frasier, the Tech SAA chapter planned and will take part in a collaborative event with The Arbor Assisted Living Retirement Community of Ruston and The Terrace of Ruston, a special community devoted to individuals with early-to-middle stages of Alzheimer’s and other dementia-related disorders.
Herpetologist, epidemiologist, and wildlife veterinarian Dr. Mark Mitchell will speak on “Travels and Tribulations of a Wildlife Epidemiologist” at the Louisiana Tech School of Agricultural Sciences & Forestry Fall quarter South Campus Seminar Series, 6-9 pm Monday, October 14 at Hoogland Auditorium in Lomax Hall.
Kylie Kalinowski, a computer information systems major at Louisiana Tech and prospective member of its Class of 2022, participated as a panelist at a Congressional Round Table event in Washington, D.C. recently that showcased both the Cybersecurity Education and Training Assistance Program (CETAP) and the National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center (NICERC) as a thought leader in K-12 Cybersecurity Education.
The Louisiana Tech English Department will present a book reading and signing by visiting author Neil Connelly at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 10 in G. T. Madison Hall, Room 105. The public reading from his latest young adult novel, Brawler, will be followed by a book signing.
A highlight of Louisiana Tech University’s year-long celebration of its 125th anniversary will be Homecoming 2019, Nov. 7-9, when events will be going on all over the Ruston campus.
Monday, Louisiana Tech University honored faculty and staff members who have committed nearly $1 million in the past year to support their University as a part of the Forever Loyal campaign. In the University’s 125th anniversary year,...
Memory & Desire: A Personal Exploration of Neon Art, Past & Present by Missouri-based artist David Hutson opens Oct. 1 with an artist talk at 5 p.m. and opening reception at 6 in the Bethea Gallery of the F. Jay Taylor Visual Arts Center on the Louisiana Tech campus.