New Orleans City Business: Officials Announce $3.2 Million Program To Advance Technology Education

Louisiana Economic Development will contribute $1.2 million and LSU-Shreveport will spend $2 million to build a “next-generation learning environment” that “advances technology through all degree programs at the fastest-growing university in the state,” officials said Tuesday.

The agreement follows a $750,000 LSUS investment to create a “Design-Thinking Lab” and a 10,000-square-foot “Cyber Collaboratory, learning spaces meant to help students build skills in high-demand careers, support K-12 students and teachers, and promote industry collaboration to solve “real-world problems,” officials said.

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