Tactical Navigation

Discovering

Refining

Ragin'

Stephen Saltamachita’s finely honed observational skills landed him a place on the pages of Newsweek and some scientific record books. The microbiology major spotted a rare species of “zombie fungus” in a queen carpenter ant at Acadiana Park Nature Station.

How rare? It’s believed to be only the fourth specimen of its kind found in the world.

Discovering

Refining

Ragin'

Jessie Kate Brown believes in the effectiveness of life preservers. But, in her experience, women’s life vests weren’t comfortable. So, she designed her own as a UL Lafayette student.

It won third place in an international competition that drew 250 entries from 40 countries, including professional design firms.

Discovering

Refining

Ragin'

When he’s not designing robots and building 3-D printers, Clay Guillory, ’12, makes prosthetic hands that he offers at no cost.

The mechanical engineer has also created a bionic arm that attaches just below the elbow; it incorporates computers and muscle sensors.

August 26th, 2016

University moves forward despite state budget cuts

Despite eight consecutive years of state budget cuts that have resulted in the largest shift in revenue sources for... Read More ➝
August 25th, 2016

The Ragin’ Cajun Burger is back

Fans can get fired up for the upcoming football season with the popular Ragin’ Cajun Burger. This is the fifth year... Read More ➝
August 24th, 2016

Grad students offer advice about market’s future

The 2016 Executive MBA class at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette recently collaborated with the Lafayette... Read More ➝
August 28th, 2016

Ragin' Cajuns Fall Fan Day

The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Athletic Department will host its annual Ragin' Cajuns Fall Fan Day, presented by MidSouth... Read More ➝