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Events

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Past Events


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Dr. and Mrs. Charles Chadbourn III COLA Scholarship Match
1963 History grad and Navy veteran Dr. Charles Chadbourn will match, dollar-for-dollar up to $500 for gifts to the College of Liberal Arts General Scholarship Fund. This undergraduate scholarship will fuel a Liberal Arts student to achieve their dreams!
$500 MATCHED
Completed
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Education Excellence Match
Betty Lou Robertson will match dollar-for-dollar gifts up to $1,000 toward the College of Education and Human Sciences Excellence Fund. Your gift would go towards professional development opportunities for students, innovative teaching initiatives, and outreach programs benefiting the community. Its goal is to enhance the overall quality and impact of education and human sciences programs within the college, fostering excellence in both academic and practical endeavors.
$1,000 MATCHED
Completed
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CEHS Graduate Scholarship
Graduate students in the College of Education and Human Sciences are fortunate that Justin and Jenette Hinckley will match dollar-for-dollar up to $1,600 in gifts toward a scholarship geared especially for them.
$820 MATCHED
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$5,000
CANS Excellence Challenge
Dr. Paula Craigo, a 1980 Tech Alumna will contribute $5,000 after 50 gifts to the College of Applied and Natural Sciences Excellence Fund is given. Dr. Craigo, a board certified anesthesiologist and retired co-director of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, believes in the power of unrestricted gifts to the college!
10 / 50 Gifts
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$2,500
Student Food Pantry Challenge
When 50 gifts are made, Shannon and Chuck Boyer will give $2,500 to the campus "Good Nutrition Mission Food Pantry" benefitting students with food insecurities.
17 / 50 Gifts
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$2,500
COB Young Alumni Challenge
Calling all College of Business graduates from 2007- 2024! If you graduated from the COB within the last 17 years, this challenge is for you! Gifts from 100 young alumni donors will unlock $2,500 for the Business Scholarship Fund. Your gift to support scholarships in the College of Business makes a tangible difference for students with unmet financial need, and helps the College continue to attract the most talented students from across the nation. The $2,500 match is donated by Jason D. Smith (Finance ’90, MBA ’95), president and CEO of Citizens National Bank. Smith is not only a double COB alumnus, but also a parent of two current business students Audrey and Addyson Smith. He said, “Since Audrey and Addyson enrolled in the College of Business, I have seen the same commitment to excellence in the College that I saw first-hand as a student and alum. This contribution is more than a gift—it is an investment!”
55 / 100 Donors
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$2,500
$2,500 Business Excellence Challenge
Your gift to Business Excellence allows the College to remain competitive, flexible, and innovative by responding to changing circumstances and taking advantage of new opportunities that ultimately provide an immediate impact on our students and faculty. Gifts from 50 alumni and friends will unlock a $2,500 donation from 1984 Business Administration grad Greg Bazard for the Business Excellence Fund. "My family and I hold a deep affection for Louisiana Tech – we make it a point to return every year for Homecoming. Through my engagement with the College of Business, I have personally seen the impact of donations to the Business Excellence Fund in providing opportunities for students. I hope you will join me with a gift to Business Excellence to help the COB continue to educate the next generation of business leaders.”
35 / 50 Donors
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COLA Dean's Match
Liberal Arts Dean, Karl Puljak will match dollar-for-dollar up to $1,000 resulting in a $2,000 boost to the college's Excellence fund.
$1,000 MATCHED
Completed
$2,000
COES Dean's Challenge
When 20 donors contribute to the College of Engineering and Science Excellence Fund, the Dean's challenge will unlock $2,000! Your gift will fuel scholarships, provide resources for student groups to participate in hands-on educational opportunities and support COES faculty and staff in teaching, research and innovation. With your gift, we can achieve our goal to empower the next generation of innovators and problem solvers.
20 / 20 Donors
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$2,500
Education Hardship Scholarship
Lawrence (class of 1980) and Alice (class of 1979) Higginbotham will contribute $2,500 after 25 gifts are made to the College of Education and Human Science Hardship Scholarship, designed to provide support to deserving students, enabling them to access educational opportunities that might otherwise be out of reach.
16 / 25 Gifts
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$10,000
Challenge to Celebrate the BSN Nursing Program!
Jeanette & Justin Hinckley will generously donate $10,000 to the new BSN Nursing Program after 75 gifts are given!
15 / 75 Gifts
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$750
Tech Faculty/Staff Challenge
Louisiana Tech HIIM Professor Joanna Ward will give $750 to University Excellence when 25 new faculty/staff members give to University Excellence!
4 / 25 Donors
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$5,000
College of Business Advisory Boards / Alumni Challenge
The Dean’s Discretionary Fund allows the College of Business to respond to emerging needs, and gives Dean Chris Martin the flexibility to direct funds towards the College’s most pressing needs in a given year. Gifts from 75 COB Advisory Board members and/or alumni unlock $5,000 for the Dean’s Discretionary Fund. The $5,000 is donated by Kenny Hodges, a 1994 Management graduate. “I chose to challenge my fellow alumni and board members to give to the Dean’s Discretionary Fund to support Dean Martin. Under his visionary leadership, the College reached record enrollment of 1,656 students this fall, has implemented numerous market-responsive programs, and has placed graduates at top companies across the globe. Will you join me in supporting Dean Martin by making a gift to the Dean’s Discretionary Fund this Giving Day?"
61 / 75 Gifts
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