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LTU department chair develops mobile technology to reduce falls by seniors

Friday, January 01, 2016
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Thomas Goulding, chair of LTU’s Department of Math and Computer Science, is leading a team of physicians, scientists, and professors who have developed a product using mobile technology to alert health care providers when an elderly person is about to get out of a wheelchair.

LTU Collaboratory sets two information sessions for Customer to Cash program

Friday, January 01, 2016
The LTU Collaboratory will hold two information sessions for the nine-week Customer to Cash program that starts in February 2016. Start-up and second-stage entrepreneurs, innovators and business owners are encouraged to attend.

Local Wendy's restaurant adopts a Lawrence Tech theme

Friday, January 01, 2016
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The nearby Wendy’s restaurant at Ten Mile Road and the Northwestern Highway service drive has been remodeled and now sports an LTU theme in its decor. A grand reopening ceremony was held Nov. 24.

Gyure's upcoming book wins Wyeth Foundation publication grant

Friday, January 01, 2016
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LTU Architecture Professor Dale Gyure’s upcoming book, “Serenity and Delight: The Architecture of Minoru Yamasaki,” has won a Wyeth Foundation for American Art Publication Grant.

Shall leads effort to create pop-up parks in Bolivia

Friday, December 04, 2015
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A Bolivian boy tries out a mini balance beam in the pop-up park brought to his neighborhood this summer by an international team led by LTU Associate Professor Scott Shall.   For the past five years Associate Profes... Read more

LTU students design new house for Habitat for Humanity

Friday, December 04, 2015
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Lawrence Tech architecture graduate students in an advanced design studio are in the middle of a two-year project to create a new approach to housing design and construction for Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County that could become the standard for future construction.