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.
The main structures in the John D. Griffin Horticultural Garden on South Campus will have their roofs renovated, a step toward offering a safer and more beautiful public space for the community – courtesy of a grant from the Lagniappe Ladies philanthropy network. Directly behind Reese Hall sits a small, rustic, brick structure that was […]
Louisiana Tech University has always been a leader in developing innovative academic programs that respond to community needs. Take a look at these new academic programs… Bachelor Of Science, Instrumentation & Control Systems Engineering Technology The College of Engineering and Science rolled out a new Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering Technology degree program in fall […]
Most of the modern-day Louisiana Tech on-campus residents are the envy of longtime alums when it comes to dormitory housing. Tech continues to improve and modernize the living facilities of its students with the opening of Legacy Park last September and the Aswell and Dudley residential suites this summer and fall. “Certainly those units introduced […]
Louisiana Tech University’s Noble Trees project will reinvigorate the campus terrain, adding more trees to the landscape, while removing some that are nearing the end of their lives. “The trees we’re replacing have lived hard lives, and they’re at the end of their lifespan,” said Dr. Joshua Adams, assistant professor of forestry and Homer T. […]
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 […]