Friends of the late Patricia Brown Cochran have established a scholarship in her honor through the University Foundation. Cochran graduated from Louisiana Tech in 1962 with degrees in mathematics and education. She passed away in April 2018 after a 55-year career in which she taught two generations of math students. The Patricia Brown Cochran Scholarship […]
What makes a Louisiana Tech University Bulldog? Confidence. Excellence. Commitment. Knowledge. Integrity. Respect. Leadership. Loyalty. Enthusiasm. Caring. Hope. Pride. Instilled in first-year Bulldogs at Freshman Convocation when they drop their tenet medallions into the Lady of the Mist, the Tenets of Tech leave a lasting impact on our students. Those Bulldog students are working to […]
Leo Sanford hasn’t played football for Louisiana Tech since 1950, but that hasn’t stopped him from suiting up for his alma mater for the past nearly seven decades. Most recently, Sanford established the Leo and Myrna Sanford Endowed Athletics Scholarship, the largest endowed scholarship in Tech Athletics history, to be awarded annually to a deserving […]
Louisiana Tech University was the only university in Louisiana recognized for its superior fundraising performance and improvement in the 2018 CASE Educational Fundraising Awards. Only 82 institutions nationwide — out of more than 500 evaluated — were so honored. “I am proud of the growth in engagement from our loyal alumni and friends,” said Brooks […]
First- and second-year engineering, mathematics and science students at Louisiana Tech’s College of Engineering and Science (COES) will get a brand new experience starting in Fall 2019. While the College will continue to focus on hands-on, interdisciplinary education, first-and second-year students will attend classes, perform research, program Arduinos, and build prototypes in a new learning […]
From the brewhouse to the farm, these Bulldogs bring knowledge, experience, passion to the table. From the brewhouse to the farm, these Bulldogs bring knowledge, experience, passion to the table.
Home brewing requires a heavy dose of scientific method, technical equipment, and lots of study. Those requirements are part of the reason engineers and scientists are drawn to the hobby that’s growing in popularity all over the world.