The National Society of Black Engineers and National Association of Black Accountants are two Louisiana Tech organizations designed to increase professional opportunities and inclusivity for the campus community.
Louisiana Tech has added several new undergraduate certificates designed to increase job opportunities for current students, prospective students, and non-traditional students.
The pandemic that began impacting college sports in mid-March 2020 largely disrupted or shut down college competition for months, but in the classroom, Louisiana Tech’s student-athletes found success across the board as 13 of Tech’s 16 Division I sanctioned programs recorded a Graduation Success Rate of at least 75 percent.
A proposed Virtual Anatomy Lab in Louisiana Tech’s College of Applied and Natural Sciences will offer students in all health science areas an opportunity to interact with human and animal anatomy in new and innovative ways, better preparing them to meet the challenges associated with ever-changing health-related professions.
Tom Hoover began working as Louisiana Tech’s Chief Information Officer in January and became an overnight on-campus hero when he led the technological battle that COVID-19 waged on the campus community in mid-March.
Louisiana Tech University continues to be integral to the United States Department of Defense in new ways, this time by rapidly developing and instituting a daily report consisting of infection rate projections based on a refined and tailored COVID-19 Susceptible, Exposed, Infected, Resistant (SEIR) model.