These one-minute, news-format, radio commercials, produced by and aired on WJR AM760, highlight innovative programs and student achievements at Lawrence Tech. Each weekly topic airs daily during morning and afternoon drive time. The series has been recognized for excellence at both the national and regional level by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
Undergraduate research is a mark of distinction for Lawrence Tech graduates. (week of Dec. 15, 2014)
Original research gives LTU students a deeper understanding of what they are studying.
Internships, co-op jobs help LTU students start their careers before graduation. (week of Dec. 8, 2014)
LTU students learn both theory and practice as they gain on-the-job experience.
LTU’s five-year program for architectural engineering leads to fulfilling careers. (week of Dec. 1, 2014)
Last year 100 percent of these students had jobs lined up by the time they graduated.
LTU biomedical engineering students are well prepared to enter a popular profession. (week of Nov. 17, 2014)
The demand for medical devices is expected to grow as baby boomers get older.
LTU student athletes prepare themselves for challenging careers. (week of Nov. 10, 2014)
Students get a great education while continuing their athletic careers in the NAIA.
MBA students at LTU quickly apply classroom lessons to real-world situations (week of Feb. 3, 2014)
“Theory and practice” education at LTU pays off on the job.
LTU faculty and students help patent holder develop a new product (week of Jan. 27, 2014)
The LTU Entrepreneurial Collaboratory matches companies with LTU’s research capabilities.
DENSO provides funding for multidisciplinary bio-robotics lab at LTU (week of Jan. 20, 2014)
Biomedical engineering and robotics engineering students will benefit from this new resource.
Automotive companies turn to LTU students for creative design solutions. (week of Jan. 13,2014)
Transportation design students begin working with industry partners in their freshman year.