Louisiana Tech University’s master’s in engineering and technology management program has earned a spot in the top 20 of all engineering management programs in the nation, according to GraduatePrograms.com’s Fall 2015 rankings.
The Master of Science in Engineering and Technology Management program at Tech ranked No. 17 in the nation and was the only engineering management program in the State of Louisiana to earn a place in the Top 20.
The 2011-12 Emerald Entertainers recently performed at Northwestern State University National Dance Alliance Summer Camp in Natchitoches. The EE’s won a Superior Performance for their Home Routine which exemplifies the NDA standards in dance and performance technique. They also won the NDA Spirit Stick, the Superior Performance for Team Dance, two All American Nominees, Taylor Weeks and Morgan Corie, and one All American Girl Winner, Katie Stuckey.
Ruston resident Hooshang Khorasani has been added to the roster of artists whose work is carried by METcolors, a publisher in Oklahoma City.
Six of Hooshang’s genres will be available: abstracts, equine work, florals, female figures, landscapes and still lifes.
After contacting Khorasani to work with the company, METcolors hired Ruston photographer Kevin Hawkins, owner of Hawkins Photography, to shoot images of about 200 of Khorasani’s artworks. Khorasani’s paintings are acrylic or acrylic-mixed media on canvas, paper and board.