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President Guice's Blog

As President, I sign a lot of papers. On Saturday, I had the opportunity to sign my first beam, a steel beam. I have designed many steel beams over my career as a structural engineer and professor. But this was my first beam to ever sign. And it was a v...

Louisiana Tech University

Louisiana Tech welcomes Dr. Thomas Aiello to speak on "Race, Rights, and Non-unanimous Criminal Jury Verdicts" at 4 p.m. Oct. 11 in Wyly Auditorium.  Co-sponsored by the Lambda-Rho chapter of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, the event is fr...

College of Business

Origin Bancorp Inc. Chairman, President, and CEO, Drake Mills, a 1982 graduate of Louisiana Tech University, is set to give the keynote presentation during the annual William D. Tindol Banker’s Day on Friday, Oct. 26, at 1:30 p.m. in Davis Auditoriu...

College of Applied and Natural Sciences

NEWS Home › Applied and Natural Sciences News Applied and Natural Sciences Business Education Engineering and Science General News Liberal Arts Research Tech Family RSS Feeds Leu Strange Wilder was born in Shreve...

Louisiana Tech University

Leu Strange Wilder was born in Shreveport, and her early years were spent in Mooringsport and Plain Dealing. She graduated from high school in Coushatta in 1953.  Wilder chose Home Economics as her major, and she was a Louisiana Tech cheerleader for f...

College of Applied and Natural Sciences

NEWS Home › Applied and Natural Sciences News Applied and Natural Sciences Business Education Engineering and Science General News Liberal Arts Research Tech Family RSS Feeds Erik Beadle didn’t wander blindly i...

Louisiana Tech University

Erik Beadle didn’t wander blindly into preparing for a career that he hopes will help lead to a cure for cancer. “I lost both my grandmother and father to non-alcoholic liver disease and liver cancer,” said the Ph.D. candidate at Vanderbilt. “S...

Louisiana Tech University

The Louisiana Tech University chapter of the Sigma Xi Research Honor Society is launching its 2018-19 Science Café discussion series at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at Ruston Artisans, 203 W. Alabama Avenue in Ruston. The Sigma Xi Science Café is a series of pu...

College of Applied and Natural Sciences

NEWS Home › Applied and Natural Sciences News Applied and Natural Sciences Business Education Engineering and Science General News Liberal Arts Research Tech Family RSS Feeds The Louisiana Tech University chapter...

College of Business

Bailey Martinez, a master of accountancy student in Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business, was recently awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) intended to encourage outstanding accounting studen...

Louisiana Tech University

Bailey Martinez, a master of accountancy student in Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business, was recently awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) intended to encourage outstanding accounting stude...

College of Applied and Natural Sciences

NEWS Home › Applied and Natural Sciences News Applied and Natural Sciences Business Education Engineering and Science General News Liberal Arts Research Tech Family RSS Feeds Jamie Newman earned her Ph.D. at MIT ...

Louisiana Tech University

Jamie Newman earned her Ph.D. at MIT in biology, but that didn’t change her makeup. She is all about relationships, about cultivating them, about one student and one person at a time. As a lab technician between graduating from Amherst College and be...

Louisiana Tech University

When Louisiana Tech University’s award-winning Division of Nursing held its traditional Pinning Ceremony in May, one of the 35 graduates, Kirsten Jackson, earned both the Academic Excellence and Spirit of Patient Care awards. So to those who know her...

College of Applied and Natural Sciences

NEWS Home › Applied and Natural Sciences News Applied and Natural Sciences Business Education Engineering and Science General News Liberal Arts Research Tech Family RSS Feeds When Louisiana Tech University’s aw...

College of Applied and Natural Sciences

NEWS Home › Applied and Natural Sciences News Applied and Natural Sciences Business Education Engineering and Science General News Liberal Arts Research Tech Family RSS Feeds A passion for the outdoors and a love...

Louisiana Tech University

A passion for the outdoors and a love of science led Jeffrey McBride to the field of environmental science. Failing out of engineering school had something to do with that too. But what a break. A native of Jonesboro and graduate of Weston High School...

Louisiana Tech University

It took leaving home for Caroline Hill to realize how much she wanted to stay. “I’d grown up with the Louisiana Tech community, which is a large part of my Ruston home,” said Hill, who transferred this summer after her freshman year at Baylor. ...

College of Applied and Natural Sciences

NEWS Home › Applied and Natural Sciences News Applied and Natural Sciences Business Education Engineering and Science General News Liberal Arts Research Tech Family RSS Feeds It took leaving home for Caroline Hil...

College of Business

Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business recently welcomed its largest-ever entering class comprised of 264 first-time freshmen. Fall 2018 marks the largest enrollment in the history of the College with 1,393 undergraduate and graduate studen...

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