Louisiana Tech’s 21st Century Campus is gaining its newest addition: Aspire, a sculpture designed by Curtis Pittman. The sculpture will celebrate campus beauty and symbolize inclusivity in higher education.
Fifty years after helping Louisiana Tech to the first of four football titles in four seasons as an All-American senior noseguard in 1971, Houston businessman Chris Richardson remains just as active and passionate off the field today as he was on it during his championship seasons as a Bulldog.
Doug and Sandra Boulware’s recent gift prompted the renovation and revitalization of Louisiana Tech University’s IDEA Place. The Boulware IDEA Place provides multipurpose classroom space for the College of Education and A. E. Phillips Laboratory School.
Since May 2019, 2003 graduate Adam McGuirt has served Louisiana Tech as Director of Disaster Recovery and Strategic Initiatives. The position was created after the April 25, 2019, EF3 tornado plowed through campus and has grown to include responsibility for the campus response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction is ongoing at almost every corner as Louisiana Tech continues to build its 21st Century Campus. If something’s not being built from scratch, it’s being refreshed, refurbished, repurposed, or repaired.
Louisiana Tech continues to work to be the cleanest, most efficient, and most student-friendly. These are already constant goals, and they’re ones the school has been especially conscious of during the pandemic.