DO LIST: Architectural Engineering Camp LTU!

The best way to show you how effective the Architectural Engineering Summer Camp can be is to take you there! Watch this video!
Get an insider look at some of the resources this cutting edge program offers, not only for Lawrence Tech students, but for any aspiring high school-er.
For more information, visit

Architectural Engineering At Lawrence Technological University

The Michigan High School Radio Sports Show on 1130 The Fan takes place every Friday during football season. Lawrence Tech is partnered with partners with State Champs and there is also a TV show on channel 50 on Sundays that airs at 12:00 p.m. Listen to this informative interview with Filza Walters regarding the developments and highlights of the Architectural Engineering Program.

Mike Paciero is a graduate student in the Architectural Engineering program. In this presentation he gives an overview of the interesting evolution of new technologies and their application to building a more energy /solar, sustainable future for the next generation.

The Detroit Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc Joseph B. Olivieri Scholarship

Submission Requirements

        Completed application form.

An official transcript of high school or college grades from most recently completed term of study and, if applicable, an official transcript of completed coursework from school(s) previously attended.

Letter of recommendation, with contact information, from one collegiate reference who has knowledge of your academic performance and career goals.

Essay response of 1,250 words or less, typed in Times New Roman 12 point font to the following question: How will your future work contribute to maintaining the sustainability of the built environment or the environmental control systems within them? Note: Essay response can be an attached document (electronic or hard copy) from a word processor.

Get the attached forms in the Career | Grants|Scholarship page:

AE Students In The Field

This summer, I traveled home to New York for a Construction job with the New York State Department of Transportation. I was hired as a Transportation Construction Inspector. In this job I would be going out onto job sites and making sure the workers were completing tasks according to the plans and specifications.

At first I was placed in a Planning Office, where I spent most of my time filling out Smart Growth Screening Tool (SGST), learning about Initial Project Proposals (IPP) and preparing for public meetings. SGSTs are documents that answer questions about how a project will impact the environment and a community. IPPs are strictly about a project, including details such as what the project will be, where it is located, costs, and where funds are coming from. I learned a lot about how to complete many different documents and where to find most of the information to complete these documents. Getting a project started out in the field isn’t just about the best option for the task, it’s also about explaining why other alternatives will not be carried out. Some projects could spend over a year just in the planning office before being pushed out to start construction.

After two months of being in the Planning Office, I was put out into the field on a job site. This project consisted of both day and night work due to the heavily populated area. My tasks have included Traffic Control Checklists, Work Zone Safety inspections, and watching laborers carrying out jobs, such as digging out spalls or grinding and temporary painting road lines. In order for a contractor to be paid, the TCIs must put in a pay order for the Engineer in Charge to approve. This is done each night when a daily report is completed.

Overall, I’ve learned a great amount about construction from NYSDOT. I’ve gotten to see what it takes to plan a project and what it’s like to be out on a project.

This is me on the job during the week of day work.

This is me on the job during the week of day work.

This is me on the job during the week of night work.

This is me on the job during the week of night work.

Support the Nomination for the House of Charity

Support the nomination for the The House of Charity for the Rare Life Award, presented by Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. This honor is given to those who exhibit Courage, Leadership Survival, Heroism, Devotion and/or Character. Winners will receive a medal, presented at a reception given in their honor, and be featured in Eagle Rare promotional materials, in addition to receiving a financial gift to support their good work.

Please visit, select/click on the image of The House of Charity, and press the VOTE button. You can vote once every 24 hours, so vote often? And please help spread the word through your social networks and friends.


Student Leadership Awards Banquet

Student Leadership Awards Banquet

April 25th, Campus Leaders honored for a year of Service to the LTU Community at the 2014 Student Leadership Awards Banquet held April 25th.

At LTU’s Student Leadership Awards Banquet on April 25, Student Government Executive Vice President-elect Ariana Strieter (L) and President-elect Gjergji Prendi were congratulated by Dean of Students Kevin Finn and this year’s StuGov officers, President Nicole Gerou, Vice President of Finance Kyle Converse, Vice President of Public Relations Shantel Miller, and Parliamentarian Anthony Kadzban.
Many student campus leaders were honored for a year of service to the LTU community at the 2014 Student Leadership Awards Banquet held April 25 at the Skyline Club in the Town Center in Southfield.
LTU President Virinder Moudgil attended the banquet and highlighted the importance of student involvement and student leadership in campus activities.
The new Student Government leaders for the next academic year, President-elect Gjergji Prendi and Executive Vice President-elect Ariana Strieter, were introduced at the banquet.
Award winners at the banquet included:
• Senior Legacy Award – Austin Chapman, Annie Knoff, and Ivan Garcia
• Tutor of the Year – Bradley Foley
• Student Volunteer of the Year – Kristin Jordan
• Student Employee of the Year – Stephen Lynch
• Blue-tify Campus Champion – Brazilian Student Association
• Emerging Organization of the Year – Chinese Student Association and Kappa Beta Gamma
• Most Involved Organization – American Institute of Architecture Students
• Continuing Excellence – Brazilian Student Association
• Student Leader of the Year – Alexandra Bryden (Female), Gabriel Ramirez (Male)
• Student Government Senator of the Year – Alexander Mozeihem
• Student Government Senate Leader of the Year – Ariana Strieter




Kadijah Kalo and Alyssa Shaver

Kadijah Kalo and Alyssa Shaver

Release Date April 14, 2014

The Lawrence Tech Womens’s Lacrosse Team took home six awards from the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) for achievements on and off the field of competition.

Heading the list of student-athlete honorees is transfer student and co-captain Alyssa Shaver. She is one of 12 players to be named All-Conference First Team. The offensive specialist finished the season ranked second in the country in total groundballs with 61, third in goals with 68, fourth in points with 83, and 15th in assists with 15. Shaver matched her on-field success with a good performance in the classroom and qualified for the All-Academic Team with her 3.42 GPA in psychology.

Making the All-Conference Honorable Mention Team were two freshmen, Kadijah Kalo and Kendra Venema.

Kalo, a midfielder, played the role of “Robin” to Shaver’s “Batman” persona, finishing the season ranked third in the country in total groundballs with 57, fourth in assists with 21, tenth in points with 63, and 11th in goals with 42.

Co-captain Venema led a defense that was ranked fourth in the WHAC for caused turnovers with 8.20 per game. Individually, she ranked 10th in the nation in caused turnovers with 20, 34th in draw controls with 14, and 36th in groundballs with 31.

Another award winner was goalie Alyse Finley. Despite not having any lacrosse experience prior to the season, Finley walked on and stepped between the pipes to rank second in the WHAC in saves per-game with 10.40 and ninth nationally in total saves with 119. Her efforts were recognized by being selected to the Champions of Character Team – awarded to student-athletes that represent the five core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and servant leadership.

Finley may still be new to lacrosse but academically she is an experienced junior, carrying a 3.78 GPA in architectural engineering. She joins Shaver on the All-Academic Team, as only academic juniors or seniors with a 3.25 GPA or higher are eligible.