Wrapping up final projects and taking online exams from her kitchen table or bedroom office is not how Kellie Mounger envisioned her last quarter as an undergraduate.
Just across the parking lot from the College of Business and the new Integrated Engineering and Science Building is a small, white building that has been home to several Louisiana Tech offices and departments over the years. Today, it’s the home to perhaps its most important role: housing the imaginations, giggles and squeals, first friendships, and artwork of more than 30 3- and 4-year-olds.
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING — the process of learning through doing — is a key component of course curricula for colleges and universities across the nation. At Louisiana Tech, students are given the unique opportunity to apply the knowledge gained in the classroom right next door at Tech Pointe with corporate partners like Fenway Group. Rick Bordelon […]