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Saturday, May 7, 2022

LTU honors grads at 92nd Commencement

Nearly 500 Lawrence Technological University students became LTU’s newest alumni in two Commencement ceremonies Saturday. Commencement speaker Dr. Abdul El-Sayed—physician and progressive political activist—inspired the audience by telling the story of how his family’s ambition and curiosity led to their rise from poverty in Egypt. Each LTU graduate, he said, has that same spark of ambition, and “all of us here can’t wait to see what your spark will turn into.”
Friday, May 6, 2022

LTU celebrates its graduates, faculty, families on eve of Commencement

Special ceremonies occurred across the campus of Lawrence Technological University Friday evening, May 6, on the eve of the University’s Commencement exercises.
Thursday, May 5, 2022

Two outstanding graduates to be honored at LTU Commencement ceremonies May 7

SOUTHFIELD—Two outstanding graduates will be honored at the May 7 Commencement ceremonies of Lawrence Technological University as winners of LTU’s 2021-2022 Edward Donley Distinguished Graduate Award. This year’... [Read more ]
Tuesday, May 3, 2022

LTU professor gets grant to answer the question: COVID-19 boosters how often?

Just how often will we need booster shots against COVID-19 in the months and years ahead? A Lawrence Technological University mathematics professor has received a $242,192 federal grant to help figure that out.
Monday, May 2, 2022

El-Sayed to speak at LTU Commencement ceremonies May 7

Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, physician, former executive director of the Detroit Health Department, and progressive political activist, will be the featured speaker at Lawrence Technological University’s two Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 7. LTU will also confer an honorary doctorate on an alumnus who is now a leading architect, and recognize two business leaders with the University's Alumni Achievement Award.
Friday, April 29, 2022

New LTU student-produced documentary celebrates science trailblazer

Bettye Washington-Greene was a pioneer in research chemistry, earning a PhD and becoming the first Black woman to work in the research labs at Midland’s Dow Chemical. Now, her life has been chronicled by Logan Daniher, a graduating senior in the media communication program at Lawrence Technological University.


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