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The Lawrence Technological University Student Government is recognized by the University administration as the official representative for the entire student body. It offers the opportunity for students to better themselves and their University through involvement in campus activities. All interested students are encouraged to attend meetings and express their views.
StuGov actively endorses all Lawrence Tech clubs and organizations that are beneficial to personal and scholastic achievement. The Student Administration consists of a president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary, who are elected in a spring campus-wide election.
Members of the Student Senate include official representatives from each recognized student organization and four senators-at-large. (All full time enrolled students can run for office as a senator) Senators are the only voting members at Student Government meetings. All business concerning the Student Government is brought before the Student Senate for approval.
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In September Lawrence Technological University (LTU) President Virinder Moudgil visited Monroe County Community College to discuss opportunities for expanding the joint effort to encourage more students to study power engineering.
Gerald (Jerry) LeCarpentier has been named director of the biomedical engineering (BME) program at Lawrence Technological University.
Westport, a natural gas engine and vehicle engineering company, has donated a bi-fuel Ford F-250 truck that can run on either gasoline or compressed natural gas to Lawrence Technological University (LTU).
Every year Lawrence Tech faculty, staff, and administrators gather to recognize the contributions of employees who are celebrating five-year anniversaries of service to the University.
Two student projects at Lawrence Technological University have won $25,000 Ford College Community Challenge (Ford C3) grants that promote sustainability and innovation.
Northville architect Gina Van Tine, BSAr’89, BAr’94, is the 2014 recipient of the Distinguished Architecture Alumni Award presented annually by the Architecture and Design Cabinet of the Lawrence Technological University Alumni Association.