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Shinola Detroit Photo
Monday, December 18, 2017

Shinola exec: Solve manufacturing talent shortage by making work spaces beautiful

If American manufacturers want to solve the talent shortage on their factory floors, they’ve got to make manufacturing work something people aspire to, not settle for.
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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

LTU offers $3.5 million in scholarships to 'Blue Devil Scholars' from Southfield Public Schools

Lawrence Technological University will set aside $3.5 million to provide scholarships to students in Southfield Public Schools under a new partnership, the Blue Devil Southfield Scholars program.
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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Humanism in design: Detroit's Yamasaki strove for surprise and delight

Minoru Yamasaki spoke of designing buildings that would prompt serenity, surprise and delight in those who viewed and used them. He spoke openly of “humanism” in architecture. But what does that really mean in a world of steel and concrete?
LTU Quadrangle
Thursday, November 30, 2017

LTU's Ali gets Fulbright grant for workshops in Saudi Arabia

Ahad Ali, associate professor and director of the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in industrial engineering at Lawrence Technological University, will conduct workshops and seminars at Prince Sultan University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for three weeks in December under the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.
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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Extreme Science Saturday, time to design!

As part of Lawrence Technological University’s Extreme Science Saturdays Program, LTU’s College of Architecture and Design led the program on November 18 to teach high school students from multiple Detroit and Metro-Detroit high schools about city permit approvals and building techniques through the use of the design process.
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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