COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Dr. Nono Gueye is part of the Louisiana Tech team who will partner with other universities to create printable sensors that detect heavy metals and pesticides. Participants will produce databases of eco-friendly, printable sensor inks for microelectronic devices and functionalized carbon dots for detection of toxic chemicals.
Louisiana Tech’s undergraduate business programs were ranked No. 219 in the country on U.S. News’ 2023 Best Undergraduate Business Programs list.
The lecture will feature a panel of finance and economics faculty including Dr. William McCumber, Dr. Patrick Scott, and Dr. Nono Gueye. Discussion will center on cryptocurrency, its volatility, and how the underlying technology of blockchains is useful in other applications.
Funds will support student scholarships, current and future programming, summer research grants, and awards for publication in top academic journals.
Cameron Lewis has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board intended to encourage outstanding accounting students to pursue careers in audit. A recent accounting graduate who is now pursuing his MAcc, Lewis was one of only 250 students selected to receive the scholarship.
The concentration offers students a distinctive MBA experience by combining general cross-disciplinary knowledge of the core MBA program with courses that provide in-depth quantitative analysis and data visualization methodologies.
Awarded by the CFA Society of Mississippi, Annaliese Russell received the honor for her outstanding academic achievements and interest in pursuing the CFA charter, widely considered the investment profession’s most rigorous credentialing program.
Team RoadMed took home the first-place prize in the 2022 Top Pup, an entrepreneurial pitch competition designed exclusively for first-year students in Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business.
Brode Paige, a first-year marketing student from Biloxi, Mississippi, received the Lane McGaha Memorial Scholarship which provides support for a student on the Louisiana Tech Bass Fishing Team.
Scholarships include a $25,000 scholarship in Sustainable Supply Chain Management and a $25,000 scholarship in Accounting. The scholarships will support Louisiana Tech’s strategic initiative to develop programs and research that bolsters collaboration within academic areas, a unique aspect of the Tech culture.