LTU Faculty is Awarded Robot Grant from the MEEMIC Foundation

Left to Right: Grant Marshall (Student Assistant), Dr. Lisa Anneberg (Winning Teacher),
Janet Tolerā€Stemen (Agent), Dr. Nabih Jaber (Department Head)

Dr. Lisa Anneberg was awarded a robot grant on January 16, 2020: Sphero RVR Programmable Robot, from the MEEMIC Foundation.
The MEEMIC Foundation’s mission is to advance the future of education. Since 1992, The Meemic Foundation for the Future of Education has been funding programs and other partnership initiatives to support educational excellence. The Meemic Foundation, founded as a nonprofit organization offers grants and other financial assistance to public, private, parochial and charter schools, and even colleges and universities.

LTU Bowling Team is Runner-up in 2019 ITC National Championship – 2 ECE Students are on the Team

Nick Guillemette and Chad Stephen are two LTU bowlers and finished their third season in April 2019. They are both in the electrical engineering unergraduate program.  Chad is from Flint Kersley and Nick is from Chippewa Valley High School.
They finished runner up at the 2019 ITC National Championship and have won 3 WHAC Conference Championship Tournaments.  
Nick and Chad are both looking forward to the rest of the 2020 season before graduation