Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business will host Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace on Tuesday, Feb. 1. The virtual forum includes six sessions featuring diversity, equity, and inclusion thought-leaders from top global corporations. This free event is open to the public, and registration is required for each session. Attendees can register at tinyurl.com/LATechDEI22.
The Reginald F. Lewis Scholars Program has given two Louisiana Tech University students the opportunity to expand their college experience beyond the classroom, offering them the chance and support needed to excel in the world of higher education and beyond. Cameron Green of Peoria, Illinois, and Da’Voznik Armstrong of Shreveport are Louisiana Tech’s inaugural program participants.
Registration is now open for the inaugural cohort of Louisiana Tech University’s School of Banking. Presented by the College of Business in collaboration with the Louisiana Bankers Association (LBA), this professional development program aims to expand the skills and knowledge base of rising bank leaders, regulators, and vendors. Classes will take place June 6-10, 2022, and June 5-9, 2023.
To help companies around the world create their own safety documentation, Dr. Joseph Williams, Assistant Professor of Technical Communication and Rhetoric in Louisiana Tech’s College of Liberal Arts, has been awarded a Career Advancement Research Grant.
Dr. William O’Brochta, Louisiana Tech University Assistant Professor of Political Science, recently published an article focused on politician attendance in the United Kingdom’s House of Lords. The article, titled “Do Peers respond? Attendance and critical events,” was published in the journal British Politics in January.
Intelligent.com, a resource for online and on-campus program rankings and higher education planning, has included Louisiana Tech University in its list of programs assessed for 2022. The research identifies programs in the nation based on flexibility, faculty, course strength, cost, and reputation.
Star Hill native Thomas Bergeron, a senior Geographic Information Science (GIS) major at Louisiana Tech, has earned an internship with the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), a non-partisan think tank focused on gathering, analyzing, and disseminating accurate intelligence from hot spots around the world in order to better inform United States national security policy and military strategy.
Louisiana Tech University Professor of Physics and Academic Director of Chemistry and Physics Dr. H. Lee Sawyer will chair the American Physical Society (APS) Historic Sites Committee for the 2022 year.
Mental health is an ongoing struggle for today’s college students. However, most students are afraid to talk about it.
Dec. 10, Louisiana Tech University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs opened up the University’s new LGBTQ+ Resource Center on the second floor of the Student Center.