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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.

November 14th, 2019

Chemical engineering students win international competition

A team of University of Louisiana at Lafayette students has proven its adeptness at making refineries safer. Four... Read More ➝
November 12th, 2019

Meeting the demand: Accounting master’s degree now offered online

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s master of science in accounting program will now be offered fully online to... Read More ➝
November 11th, 2019

Trip to Vietnam helps student veteran find healing 50 years after war

Just after finishing his first semester at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, veteran Gordon Eatley celebrated... Read More ➝

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