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Our research touches celestial spaces.

University engineers are supporting NASA’s goal of colonizing Mars. If successful, the Red Planet will gain a definite vermilion hue.

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Our alumni helped the nation – and the world – make “one giant leap.”

Meet J. Harvey LeBlanc, ’62, whose engineering skills contributed to the moon landing a half century ago.

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UL Lafayette was the first university in the nation whose students designed, built and launched a functioning communications satellite.

That pioneering work continues in the Nick Pugh Aerospace Electronics Research Laboratory in the College of Engineering.

February 17th, 2020

University student diagnosed with mumps

A student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette has been diagnosed with mumps, the University and the state... Read More ➝
February 17th, 2020

University saluted as “Military Friendly” school

A company that provides information about post-military education and career opportunities thinks the University of... Read More ➝
February 13th, 2020

Honoring Coach Robichaux: New product line pays tribute to ‘36’

A new line of limited-edition merchandise honors a Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns icon. The 36 Collection: Coach Robichaux... Read More ➝

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