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January 12, 2022
Journalist, social critic Bankole Thompson named 'Executive in Residence' at LTU
Award-winning journalist and racial justice advocate Bankole Thompson has been named the 2022 Executive in Residence by the College of Business and Information Techn...
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December 21, 2021
LTU to lead foundation's effort to boost engineering research with an entrepreneurial mindset
Lawrence Technological University is the lead institution on a three-year, $734,000 grant from the Wisconsin-based Kern Family Foundation to improve the participatio...

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Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Journalist, social critic Bankole Thompson named 'Executive in Residence' at LTU

Award-winning journalist and racial justice advocate Bankole Thompson has been named the 2022 Executive in Residence by the College of Business and Information Technology at Lawrence Technological University.
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Tuesday, December 21, 2021

LTU to lead foundation's effort to boost engineering research with an entrepreneurial mindset

Lawrence Technological University is the lead institution on a three-year, $734,000 grant from the Wisconsin-based Kern Family Foundation to improve the participation of undergraduate students in engineering research with an entrepreneurial focus.
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Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Winners named in LTU's Centrepolis Accelerator client awards

The Centrepolis Accelerator on the LTU campus, one of a handful of business incubators devoted to manufacturing, named the winners of its second annual Client Awards Wednesday.
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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

LTU's Robofest returns to in-person competition for 2022 with environmental theme

Lawrence Technological University’s Robofest robotics competition will return to in-person events for its 2022 competition season, leading up to the Robofest World Championships to be held on LTU’s Southfield campus May 12-14, 2022.
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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

LTU's Centrepolis Accelerator recognized with $1M grant from Ralph Wilson Jr. Foundation to help make more products in southeast Michigan

The Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation has made a grant of $1 million to Lawrence Technological University’s Centrepolis Accelerator to further its mission of assisting “hardware” physical product startups and established small high-tech manufacturing firms in southeast Michigan.
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Monday, December 6, 2021

LTU dedicates Nabil Grace Center for Innovative Materials Research, a world-class infrastructure lab

Dozens of colleagues, family members, industry partners, and governmental officials gathered Friday morning on the campus of Lawrence Technological University to see a world-leading infrastructure laboratory named after the university’s engineering dean, a prolific researcher in improving the lifespan of bridges and other crucial structures. After the unveiling, it is now the Nabil Grace Center for Innovative Materials Research in the southeast corner of LTU’s campus.

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