COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Tanecia Boone 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 junior accounting major, Boone was one of only 369 students nationwide selected to receive the scholarship.
Entrepreneur, American TV personality, businessman, author Willie Robertson will deliver the College of Business’ Entrepreneurship Lecture Series on Monday, October 9.
Niche has placed Louisiana Tech as the number one public university in the state. Additionally, Niche has Louisiana Tech ranked first in the state in Best Value Colleges and Best Colleges for Business.
Undergraduate programs in the College of Business were ranked No. 211 in the country—up eight spots from last year’s ranking.
Siblings Gary Moore (’73, ’74) and Lynn Moore Campbell (’75), along with their spouses, Karen Moore (’74) and Sidney Campbell (’75), came together to establish two endowed professorships—the Gary A. Moore Family Endowed Professorship in the College of Business and the Joy Lynn Moore and Sidney W. Campbell Professorship in the College of Education.
Louisiana Tech Summer Commencement marked a special occasion for Geormar Owens, Tech’s College of Business, Grambling State University, and Deloitte. Owens became the very first graduate to have benefitted from a unique initiative that provides GSU accounting undergraduates with accelerated entry into Tech’s MAcc program.
Online and traditional/on-campus Master of Business Administration students came together in Santiago, Chile, to learn about the culture and business environment of its rapidly developing and diverse economies.
Dr. Craig Van Slyke recently published an article that provides a thorough examination of the challenges posed by AI integration in information systems education, highlights the resulting transformations, and offers insightful responses to navigate this changing landscape.
Eighty-two bankers from across Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi attended the second year of the Louisiana Tech University School of Banking. Presented by the College of Business in collaboration with the Louisiana Bankers Association, the week-long professional development program aims to expand the skills and knowledge base of rising bank leaders.
Team Curb the Carb took home the first-place prize in the 2023 Top Pup, an entrepreneurial pitch competition designed exclusively for first-year students in the College of Business. Winners Rex Bolls, Kylee Blackwood, Cam Hollis, Neal Lopez, Jake Patton, and Kaden West collaborated to create an on-the-go food service focused on providing healthy eating options.