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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Design inspired by science and art

DETROIT – A high school class in design, currently taught by Lawrence Technological University’s (LTU) College of Architecture and Design staff, has been getting a dose of science and art exposure at the end of their school week. 
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Thursday, November 09, 2017

Basketball-based math class in Detroit a slam dunk for LTU student-athletes

DETROIT -- “Who likes basketball? Who thinks math will make you better at basketball?” That’s the question George Terrell, a sophomore computer science major at Lawrence Technological University, asks a group of energetic middle school students. Terrell – along with Derek Seidl, a senior mathematics and computer science major – led a two-day workshop called “NBA and Mathematics: Who is the Real MVP?” at Sampson-Webber Leadership Academy, a K-8 magnet school in the Detroit Public School Community District. 
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Friday, November 03, 2017

Lawrence Tech, Detroit Public Schools Celebrate Sampson-Webber Students

Lawrence Technological University and the Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD)  celebrated the first cohort of the Blue Devil Scholars Program during an appreciation dinner held at Sampson-Webber Leadership Academy Oct. 25. Each scholar received a certificate of appreciation, along with a drawstring backpack and flash drive bearing the logo of LTU’s Marburger STEM Center. There are 16 scholars in the first cohort of the Blue Devil Scholars Program.
CS-PA
Thursday, October 19, 2017

New LTU K-12 program combines computer science, physical activity

Lawrence Technological University is launching a new program called CS+PA (Computer Science plus Physical Activities) that uses various exercise activities to illustrate and animate concepts in mathematics and computer science, while learning coding.
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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Denby High design students presented The Scientist of Color Gallery Walk

DETROIT – A high school class in design, currently taught by Lawrence Technological University (LTU) College of Architecture and Design staff, participated in a workshop hosted by LTU’s Marburger STEM Center, exposing students to notable scientists of color through art and design.
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Monday, October 02, 2017

LTU's Marburger STEM Center at the Technology in Motion (TIM) Detroit Conference

Sibrina Collins, executive director of LTU’s Marburger STEM Center, spoke in a panel discussion focused on improving diversity in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) occupations at the Technology in Motion (TIM) Detroit conference, an event showcasing advances in autonomous and connected vehicles. The event was held Sept. 6-8 at Cobo Center in Detroit.

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