Terry Onica, BSBA’90, had plenty to say to Lawrence Tech business students about supply chain best practices March 20 in her keynote speech for LTU’s College of Business and Information Technology Alumni Week. But first, she had words of encouragement for LTU’s students.
An event at Lawrence Technological University that drew 1,200 people to the univesrity’s Southfield campus last year is coming back Saturday, April 20 with a new name. LTU Expo (LTUX) 2019, formerly known as the LTU Anime Con and Gaming Expo, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on campus. The events during the day will take place in the Buell Building, Architecture Building, and other locations around LTU’s campus at 21000 W. 10 Mile Road (see www.ltu.edu/map).
During the last recession in 2007-09, Lawrence Technological University launched Recovery Starts Here, a program for hundreds of displaced workers that included scholarships, new academic programs to prepare students for a changing global market, and personally focused career services. Now, the university is once again taking steps to help those in Michigan who are seeking re-training.
The Student Veterans Association of Lawrence Technological University will hold its annual Student Veterans Scholarship Gala Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. at the Bellagio Banquet and Conference Center, 23900 W. Warren Ave. in Dearborn Heights.
A new website that would aggregate content on homework assistance and college admissions and financial aid won first place in a business pitch competition for high school youth from faith-based institutions, held March 7 at Lawrence Technological University’s Southfield campus.
Lawrence Technological University will show off student talent in biomedical engineering (BME), nursing, molecular and cell biology, and other life sciences disciplines at a Science & Technology Showcase Wednesday, April 3.