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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

LTU students compete in 2018 Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM)

Eleven LTU students in four teams participated in the 99-hour international Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) from Feb. 8 – 12, 2018. The teams had a choice of six open-ended applied problems to solve, using mathematics, computer, science, engineering, and writing skills.
STEM Future City 2018
Monday, February 19, 2018

Detroit Future City Competition

The Marburger STEM Center's executive director, Dr. Sibrinia Collins helped mentor a team from Farwell Recreation Center - DPRD, which was led by Ms. Katrina LeFlore and Chris LeFlore for The Engineering Society of Detroit's Future City Competition on January 22, 2018. The team brought home the 2018 Building a World of Difference Award.
Thursday, February 15, 2018

Campus-Wide Anime/Game Conference

 LTU is hosting a campus-wide Anime and Game-centric Convention/Conference April 21st. It runs 10am-7pm that Saturday and combines Anime Clubs panels, talks and tournaments with Infinite Machine hosting student games throughout A200/A210 and Art Shop putting on their annual Open Crate art exhibition and auction. Needless to say, this is a huge amount of content for prospective students, current students, alumni and more.
Friday, February 2, 2018

Prizewinning biology researcher to give Cisler Lecture March 20

A world-renowned biochemistry researcher who has dedicated his career to discovering the inner workings of cells and proteins will deliver the 2018 Walker L. Cisler Lecture March 20 at Lawrence Technological University.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017

LTU Faculty, Staff and Alumni featured in Teacher's Association Newsletter

LTU Faculty, Staff and Alumni publish "Curricular Transformation and Hidden Figures: A STEAM Middle School Camp for DPS Students" in the Fall 2017 issue of the Michigan Science Teachers Association (MSTA) Newsletter.
Hotelling Lecture Series Speaker
Saturday, November 18, 2017

'Education is the engine of mobility:' Fed economist addresses income inequality at Lawrence Tech's Hotelling Lecture

If the United States really wants to do something about income and wealth inequality, and the fact that it’s getting harder to move up the economic ladder, the country will have to do a better job of supporting education.


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