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Interdisciplinary faculty team selected for NSF Pathways to Innovation Program

A team of Louisiana Tech University faculty and administrators has been selected by the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter) as one of only 14 university teams to join the Pathways to Innovation Program in 2016. Dr. Kelly Crittenden, associate professor of mechanical engineering and nanosystems engineering, and Kyle [more]

TOP DAWG Idea Pitch to showcase student innovation

Louisiana Tech University students from a variety of majors are preparing to pitch their creative and innovative product or service ideas at the TOP DAWG Idea Pitch competition on October 27. Hosted by Louisiana Tech’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Information Technology (CEnIT) and Bulldog Entrepreneurs, 18 teams of students will showcase their ideas from 5:30 [more]

TBDC’s Power Hour helps innovators, entrepreneurs expand businesses

In just one hour, innovators, entrepreneurs, designers, students and faculty can learn how to expand businesses successfully through seminars hosted by professional advisers through Louisiana Tech University’s Innovation Enterprise. At the Power Hour sessions, professional advisers will explain how to move from a new business idea to a basic action plan. Innovators can attend the [more]

Louisiana Tech named a National Center of Academic Excellence for cyber education

The National Security Agency (NSA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have designated Louisiana Tech University as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education. The designation, which covers the 2014 through 2020 academic years, was awarded in recognition of Louisiana Tech demonstrated ability to meet the increasing demands of the [more]

Economics students take part in Federal Reserve Bank program

Five Louisiana Tech University economics students participated recently in the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ 2015 Economics Scholars Program to learn more about the science of economic research and its presentation. Hunter Greene, Sarah Funderburk, Michael Lites, Priya Raj and Louisiana Tech’s 2014 Economics Student of the Year Erica Stewart, traveled to Dallas to participate [more]

New dean selected to lead College of Business

Dr. Christopher L. Martin, dean of the Frost School of Business at Centenary College in Shreveport, will assume leadership of Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business as its new dean, effective July 1. Pending approval from the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors, Martin will bring 21 years of administrative experience at public and [more]

College of Business to host annual Banker’s Day

Local and regional banking executives will share their expertise on a variety of topics during the 11th annual William D. Tindoll Banker’s Day on Tuesday, March 31 in the Louisiana Tech University College of Business. “This event provides a unique opportunity for business and academia to collaborate in a college setting,” said Dr. Timothy Bisping, [more]

Master’s in accounting program one of most affordable in nation

Students pursuing a master’s degree in accounting from Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business are enrolled in one of the nation’s most affordable residential programs, according to Accounting Degree Review’s list of the “30 Most Affordable Residential Master’s Programs in Accounting 2015.” The national rankings, released last week, placed Louisiana Tech at No. 18 in [more]

Louisiana Tech, CIC host global IT leaders for consortium meeting

— Focus on growing state’s cyber economy via academia, industry and government collaboration — Representatives from leading global IT and cyber industry companies, federal and state defense and economic development agencies, and legislative delegates converged on north Louisiana last week for a meeting of the Louisiana Cyber and Data Consortium (LACDC) – a collaborative endeavor [more]