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.
On April 17th ASHRAE presents a free Webcast
Buildings in Balance: CLICK ASHRAE LINK TO YOUR LEFT!!
CLICK THE “CAREER|GRANTS|SCHOLARSHIP” TO SEE MORE
February 7: AISC Scholarships for Juniors, Seniors and Master’s level graduate students
AISC David B. Ratterman Fast Start Scholarships – Open to students at 2-year and 4-year colleges
February 4th: NEW SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY FROM WIRE REINFORCEMENT INSTITUTE
GO TO THE “CAREER/GRANTS/SCHOLARSHIPS LINK” above to see more!!
Applied research. Close industry partnerships. LTU can transform your passion for technology and design into a unique ability to deliver inspired innovation. With 80 years of experience in educating successful engineers, LTU strives to give you the tools and practical experience you’ll need to enter the engineering profession or pursue an advanced degree. LTU’s accredited programs will provide you a strong foundation in the fundamentals of engineering in an environment infused with an entrepreneurial mindset. You’ll have the opportunity to conduct research in partnership with the federal and state governments, international corporations, and hospitals. Many of your professors work within industry, ensuring that your education is both current and relevant.
On Campus Screening of ‘HOME’ and Scholarship Competition for Engineering Students
‘HOME’, a Yann Arthus-Bertrand documentary, shows various parts of the Earth, what the world is composed of, and focuses on the effects humanity has on the Earth. ‘HOME’ will be shown on Thursday, November 14 at 7:00 p.m. in A200.
Following the showing of the documentary, engineering students will be broken into teams of three. Each team will present a business plan connecting KEEN outcomes to the environmental and humanitarian issues presented in the film. The presentations will be judged by faculty members and the winners will be awarded with a $500 scholarship. Not only do participating students have the opportunity to win a scholarship, but pizza and drinks will also be provided for all attendees!
If you have any questions, contact Jim Jolly-(248)firstname.lastname@example.org