Students in the fourth, eighth, 10th and 11th grades will need to show up to school bright-eyed and bushy-tailed on Tuesday morning as they are scheduled to begin Phase I of the LEAP and GEE testing sessions.
GRAMBLING — Three mass communication majors, all from the Houston area, receive $2,000 scholarships from the Advertising Education Foundation of Houston, making Grambling State University proud
E’Vonne Gipson, Ninfa Saavedra and Tierra Smith — all junior mass communication majors — were chosen from a pool of more than 80 applicants. Only 20 students were selected to receive $2,000 scholarships, making it the second consecutive year for Gramblinites to be among the scholarship awardees.
Dr. Randall Barron, professor emeritus of mechanical engineering at Louisiana Tech, and Dr. Brian Barron, lecturer in mathematics and statistics at Louisiana Tech, have completed “Design for Thermal Stresses” — a college-level engineering textbook that provides design tools that allow engineers to understand and alleviate potential problems involving thermal stresses.
Grambling State University, Louisiana Tech University and the rest of the University of Louisiana System will attend UL System Day to discuss the impact the universities have made to the state on Thursday at the Capitol in Baton Rouge.
Louisiana Tech University Executive Director of University Communications Dave Guerin said scheduled events include recognitions and speeches by State House Speaker Chuck Kleckley, R-Lake Charles; Senate President John Alario, R-Westwego; UL System President Sandra Woodley and private meetings between presidents and legislators by each campus.