Alumna, communication instructor, and debate team coach Megan Smith explains why she continues to love debate.
Virtual auditions for Church and State, the spring production of The Louisiana Tech Theatre Department, began Jan. 5. Submission deadline is 6 p.m. Jan. 11.
Caroline Rinderle, a student in the Master of Science in Biology program, was named a recipient of Sigma Xi’s 2020 Grants in Aid of Research (GIAR). She was one of only 101 grant recipients and the only student from the State of Louisiana to receive this highly competitive award.
The New Frontiers in Biomedical Research will continue its COVID-19 series into the winter quarter with the first of two lectures focused on patient care taking place at 3:30 p.m. CST Monday, Jan.11, 2021 live on WebEx.
This year was defined by crisis and opportunity at Louisiana Tech University. Through the pandemic, social unrest, and statewide storms, the Tech Family came together and entered 2021 stronger than ever.
Hannah Josephson, a double major in Political Science and Modern Language (French) with a minor in history and a member of Louisiana Tech’s Class of 2020, has been chosen for a prestigious internship as a lingual analyst for Nonviolence International-NY (NVINY), an organization dedicated to advocating for nonviolent solutions through peace education and international advocacy.
The logistics of how everyday necessities get onto the shelves of the local store probably didn’t enter the mind of most Americans—that is, until the global COVID-19 pandemic began to spread across the United States. Rumors of toilet paper shortages filled social media, and suddenly “it’s a supply chain issue” was part of our vernacular.
M.E. (Davis Smart) Miller (English Education, ’70; English, ’73) recently donated a treasure trove of vintage popular and classical sheet music, books, and trade magazines dating back as far as the 1860s and up through the mid-1970s to the Louisiana Tech University School of Music.
Dr. Joshua Vandenbrink, Assistant Professor in the School of Biological Sciences, was recently given the Thora Halsted Young Investigator Award by the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR). Vandenbrink conducts research on space biology and plant movement in his Louisiana Tech lab.
In a quest to continue scholarly activity during laboratory shutdowns during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Jamie Newman and her students completed a literature review that was recently published in Stem Cells and Development.