Kaelyn Nguyen was preparing for her final quarter as a Louisiana Tech student when she learned that the University was considering moving classes online because of the coronavirus outbreak.
While lots of people have watched movies for fun to battle quarantine boredom this spring, Louisiana Tech sophomore Jada Holmes has watched them as part of her homework.
The University of Louisiana System recently launched a new initiative to recruit adults who are ready to return to college and earn their degree. More than 653,000 Louisianians have some college credit but no degree, a factor that contributes to the state’s second-to-last ranking of those with bachelor’s degrees or higher. Compete LA hopes to […]
The rapid advancement of technology, the ubiquity of automation, and seemingly endless applications for artificial intelligence are changing the very nature of work. If any portion of your job is predictable or repetitive, there is high probability that, at minimum, that piece of your job will be automated in the coming years.
Louisiana Tech’s original mace, the face of a tradition that began in 1986 as a symbolic Torch of Knowledge and Light of Learning, has retired, and a new Mace to mark the University’s 125 birthday has taken over those duties. Atlanta resident Mitch Mitton, a 1969 Tech advertising design/fine arts graduate, is the designer and […]
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.