The L Book, the annual yearbook produced by Lawrence Tech students, was a time-honored tradition that fell by the wayside almost 30 years ago. Now it has come back to life, thanks primarily to the efforts of just two students, Jessica Hatfield and Jess Moon.
Larry Lawson, BSEE’80, has donated $100,000 to Lawrence Technological University and in appreciation the University has named the Larry A. Lawson Suite of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Chair in his honor.
The United States was represented by a delegation of seven teams at the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) held in Doha, Qatar, Nov. 6-8. WRO is a global autonomous robotics competition that started in Singapore in 2004.
Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Hills and Lawrence Technological University (LTU) have formed an academic partnership that will enable Brother Rice students to take courses taught by LTU faculty and earn college credits.
Lawrence Technological University has received an in-kind software grant from Siemens PLM Software with a commercial value of $210 million.
In-kind grants are contributions of goods and services, in this case software... [Read more ]
The 2015-16 Faculty and Staff Campaign was officially kicked off on Nov. 3 with a presentation in the UTLC Gallery. This year’s goal is to have 80 percent of full-time employees join in the effort to raise $75,000 by February 2016.
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