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Speaker Terry Onica (sixth from left)
Monday, March 25, 2019

CoBIT speaker: Technology key to surviving 'mind-boggling' change in auto industry

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.
SHAF
Monday, March 11, 2019

College prep website wins LTU faith-based business pitch contest

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.
LTU Quadrangle
Monday, February 11, 2019

Meet LTU College of Business and Information Technology students and faculty at Industry Night March 27

The LTU College of Business and Information Technology Industry Night will be held Tuesday, March 27 from 3 to 6:00 p.m. in the Gallery, Room T210, of LTU’s University Technology and Learning Center. (See www.ltu.edu/map.) It’s sponsored by the College of Business and Information Technology and the LTU Office of Career Services.
Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church
Friday, December 14, 2018

LTU, Detroit church launch youth business pitch competition for faith-based organizations

Lawrence Technological University has partnered with Detroit’s Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church to launch what’s believed to be the first business pitch competition of its kind – one targeting youth at faith-based organizations.
LTU Quadrangle
Friday, November 30, 2018

LTU hosting 800+ high school students in DECA business competition Dec. 14

Lawrence Technological University will host the 2018 DECA High School District Competition on Friday, Dec. 14. The university will host more than 800 students from 21 Oakland County high schools in competitive presentations and educational exercises in marketing, business, finance, leadership, and entrepreneurship competency areas.
Young Women's Leadership Conference 2018
Monday, November 12, 2018

Girls get career advice from top professionals at Young Women's Leadership Conference

A packed house of 300 middle and high school girls heard a message of empowerment and inspiration Friday at the second annual Young Women’s Leadership Conference, organized by Lawrence Technological University’s College of Business and Information Technology.

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