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Tuesday, November 23, 2021

LTU students to display solutions to society's biggest challenges in Dec. 9 research event

More than 100 students at Lawrence Technological University will show off their work to help solve some of the most vexing problems of the 21st century in a federal “Grand Challenges of Engineering” presentation program Thursday, Dec. 9.
Friday, October 29, 2021

Resistance, Rebellion, Religious Freedom: The Story of Hanukkah

Hanukkah is not the Jewish Christmas. Almost 2,200 years ago, a small band of oppressed people, in spite of internal conflicts, rebelled against the powerful Seleucid Empire in the first recorded war fought for religious freedom. The Festival of Hanukkah celebrates that story.
Thursday, October 28, 2021

The Women of Physics Committee Presents From Galaxies to Stars to Planets: A Research Journey on November 9

Dr. Kaitlin Rasmussen, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of MichiganEducation: B.S. in Physics & Astrophysics, Florida State University and PhD in Physics, University of Notre DameAs an undergraduate, I studied active galactic nuclei. Then, in graduate school, I studied metal-poor stars and the origins of the elements. Now, as a post-doc, I study a variety of topics in exoplanets which lead toward the search for life. In this four-part talk, Iwill discuss my journey from college to now alongside my current research and what I learned along the way.
Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Idea Factory Lecture Series

Idea Factory Lecture SeriesNursing EducationThe Foundation of Professional Nursing Practice and Healthcare in the United StatesPresented by: Suzanne Cleere, Margaret M. Glembocki & M. Therese Jamison
Friday, October 8, 2021

Understanding your own psychology and biases key to better investing: LTU speaker

The investment markets might make sense in the long term, but from day to day they can look pretty crazy.
Monday, October 4, 2021

Lawrence Tech IGVC team receives the RoboNation 2021 Self-Drive champions banner, $3,000 award

Lawrence Technological University’s Autonomous Campus Transport (ACTor) team, four-time defending champion in the Self-Drive category of the annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition, received a 2021 RoboNation championship banner in a campus ceremony.


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