Louisiana Tech University’s Master of Science in Computer Science has been ranked as a top 2020 program by the TFE Times. It is the top ranked master’s degree in computer science in Louisiana and one of only two programs in the state to make the list.
Four Louisiana Tech student entrepreneurs won five awards and $3,250 in prize money in Louisiana Tech’s recent Won in One idea pitch competition presented by the University’s Technology Business Development Center.
Louisiana Tech’s School of Design (SOD) has lectures from accomplished visitors on Monday and Wednesday the second week of February.
Louisiana Tech University doctoral student Casey Kidd earned the Vincent A. Forte Fellowship Award from the Louisiana Engineering Foundation.
Louisiana Tech University will recognize its top students as nominated by faculty and staff members at the University’s annual Who’s Who banquet on Feb. 10.
Entrepreneurs working to establish a new venture can gain more information about startups and pursue development of their work idea along with a community of like-minded entrepreneurs through the upcoming free FastTrac for Founders training at Louisiana Tech.It begins at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, in the Rawle Enterprise Center, 509 West Alabama Avenue in Ruston. Training will continue there from 5:30-8 p.m. each Thursday through April 30.
Charged with creating a medical device last year as part of their Senior Design class, Louisiana Tech biomedical engineering majors Julie Gaudin and Elizabeth Hummel designed wearable sensors for Parkinson patients. Gaudin and Hummel call their creation Tremor Tracker, an algorithm to classify Parkinson’s disease tremors and their severity. The pair worked closely with Rocky Steady Boxing at Tech, a non-contact boxing program for those diagnosed with Parkinson’s.
Young students can now be tested, diagnosed, and treated for mental health problems and substance use disorders thanks to a grant to Louisiana Tech’s Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Department that will fund Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)...
Doug Boulware, the 2018 COE Distinguished Alumnus, and his wife Sandra have made a major investment — a $500,000 gift to the COE and a $250,000 commitment to a future Athletics capital project — that will pay dividends for decades to come.
The Louisiana Tech University College of Engineering and Science will host its second annual CREWE (Cyber Research for Empowering Women Experimenters) workshop Feb. 23 – 25, and applications are still open for interested students.