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Historian, associate dean honored at Central American conference

Dr. Stephen Webre, the Garnie W. McGinty Chair in History and interim associate dean for Louisiana Tech University’s College of Liberal Arts, was recently honored for distinction at the 13th Central American Historical Congress held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. In presenting the certificate of recognition on the behalf of congress authorities, Professor Rolando Sierra Fonseca, director [more]

Hurtig publishes internationally-authored French volume

Dr. Dolliann Hurtig, professor of French at Louisiana Tech University, is serving as the editor-in-chief of Allons au cinéma: Promoting French through Films, Volume II, published recently by the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF.) The volume includes articles by 17 authors writing on Francophone films around the globe.  All articles are written in [more]

Professor, historian presents at international conference in Mexico

Dr. Stephen Webre, a professor of history at Louisiana Tech University, was among a select group of researchers from 14 countries who recently gathered in Izamal, Yucatan, Mexico to present findings at the 10th International Congress of Mayanists – a triennial gathering of anthropologists, archaeologists, historians, linguists, and other specialists dedicated to the study of [more]

Kaczvinsky attends management, leadership institute at Harvard

Dr. Donald P. Kaczvinsky, dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Louisiana Tech University, recently participated in a professional development course at the Institute for Management and Leadership in Education (MLE) at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education. The Institute, which is part of Harvard’s Programs in Professional Education, is designed for higher education [more]

Louisiana Tech’s Alexander selected in composer’s competition

A Louisiana Tech University professor has been selected as one of 15 winners in an international composer’s competition. Dr. Joe L. Alexander, professor of music in Louisiana Tech’s School of Performing Arts, was among the 15 winners selected for the Fifteen Minutes of Fame: with Kenyon Wilson, tuba and Marcy J. Wilson, violin composers’ competition. [more]

School of Literature and Language initiates new honor society members

Three honor societies for students excelling in French, Spanish and English in the Louisiana Tech University School of Literature and Language recently held initiations of new members. The Louisiana Tech chapter (Iota Sigma) of Pi Delta Phi, the National French Honor Society, held its initiation for new members May 13 at the home of member [more]

School of Design partners with Ruston Farmers Market

May 7 was the opening day for this season’s Ruston Farmers Market, and with a new location came a new design, courtesy of Louisiana Tech University’s School of Design. The Farmers Market partnered with the School of Design for a service-learning project that included students from a studio art class creating a mural on the [more]

Legal scholar to speak on history of ‘religious liberty’

The international history of a contentious contemporary issue will be featured as the department of history at Louisiana Tech University continues its annual International Affairs Speaker Series at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 10 at the Lincoln Parish Library. The visiting speaker will be Dr. Anna Su, an assistant professor on the faculty of law at [more]

Louisiana Tech Jazz presents spring concert

Louisiana Tech University’s Jazz Ensemble will present its spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 12 in Howard Auditorium. The concert, titled “Retro-Central,” is a salute to the jazz/funk music from the ‘70s through the ‘90s, including the music of  “Tower of Power,” Steely Dan and Harry Connick Jr. Guest artists will appear with the [more]