Lawrence Technological University doesn’t have a disc golf team, but if it did, Chadd Scruggs, BSME’14, would have been a charter member. Scruggs, who was an inaugural member of LTU men’s varsity soccer team, learned to play the game between his summer classes in 2010, shortly after the LTU course was built under the direction of LTU Associate Professor Jason Barrett.
With a lot of enthusiasm and not a little fanfare, LTU’s College of Architecture and Design officially opened LTU’s Detroit Center for Design and Technology (DCDT) on Oct. 30. Located at 4219 Woodward Avenue at the corner of Willis Street in Midtown Detroit, LTU’s new location is destined to be a center for urban design, art, and the University’s extensive outreach programs in Detroit.
This year’s recipient of LTU’s Distinguished Architecture Alumni Award is Damon Leverett, BSAr’83, MFA, AIA, LEED AP, the managing director of Diversity and Emerging Professionals Engagement for the national office of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in Washington, D.C.
In keeping with the old proverb, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime,” Lawrence Technological University architecture student Brendon Veldboom has provided a proverbial fishing pole – in this case, a three-by-five-foot, three-axis CNC milling tool that he designed, built, packaged and then reassembled for a workshop in Albania.
The college ranking service, nonprofitcollegesonline.com, has placed Lawrence Technological University among the top 50 online master’s degree programs in information technology.LTU, which was the only Michigan university in the top 50 in this academic field, was ranked 31st.
This fall, Lawrence Technological University’s College of Architecture and Design will open its Detroit Center for Design and Technology (DCDT) on Woodward Avenue at the corner of Willis. It will be the anchor tenant for the building developed by Midtown Detroit Inc.
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