COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Dean Chris Martin recently announced the 2020 Just Business grant recipients. This giving circle, comprised of alumni and friends, awarded four grants to impactful projects totaling $17,000.
A cohesive body of student research examining multiple aspects of Louisiana standards of living, the the Winter issue of this quarterly publication focuses on wage growth at the MSA level, state-level household income and labor market demographics, and the economic impact of the Tech Pointe II expansion on North Louisiana.
The College of Business was listed in the Top 130 of graduate programs on the 2021 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings released in March.
In response to the ongoing challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business announced today that several steps will be taken to accommodate applicants to the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Accountancy (MAcc) programs.
Dr. Chris Martin announced that Brennan Barber, Audrey Smith, Landry Wade, and Micah White have been named the 2020-2021 REAL Scholarship recipients.
The College of Business earned a Merit award from the Educational Advertising Awards for its Direct Mail Advertising piece that focused attention on the College’s Annual Fund.
The Louisiana Tech chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society inducted 14 undergraduate and graduate business students during a special ceremony held in the College of Business.
The College of Business recently hosted more than 800 high school students from across central and north Louisiana for the Future Business Leaders of America District II Leadership Conference.
Before a packed house in the University Hall auditorium, four Louisiana Tech student entrepreneurs won five awards and $3,250 in prize money in Louisiana Tech’s recent Won in One idea pitch competition presented by the University’s Technology Business Development Center.
Students from the College of Business spent the last quarter putting together a report of Louisiana’s regional economic analysis. In this news segment, the undergrad economics students share their findings.