Louisiana Tech University’s College or university of Education (COE) and College or university of Small business (COB) will join forces to present “Cryptocurrency: The Meth of Money” as portion of the COE’s new lecture sequence, “Living with Know-how.” The lecture will just take area on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 3 p.m. in College Hall on Tech’s campus. Sponsored by Jeanette and Justin Hinckley, the event is free and open up to the community.
The lecture will function a panel of finance and economics college which include Dr. William McCumber, affiliate dean of graduate applications and research, Dr. Patrick Scott, affiliate professor of economics, and Dr. Nono Gueye, assistant professor of economics. Discussion will center on cryptocurrency, its volatility, and how the fundamental technological know-how of blockchains is handy in other apps.
“The matters of electronic finance and digital currency are prominent illustrations of how our ever-increasing interactions with know-how impression our each day lives in a multitude of methods,” reported Dr. Don Schillinger, dean of the College of Education and learning. “As energetic leaders and contributors in modern society, it is vital that all of us are mindful of and grow to be experienced about these ground breaking, purposeful, and in some cases disruptive technologies connected phenomena.”
The COE will spouse with Louisiana Tech’s other educational faculties to host extra “Living with Technology” lectures about the program of the calendar year. Just about every will concentration on an part of technology’s affect on day to day lifetime.
“We are honored to companion with the Higher education of Education and learning for the initial in their new lecture series, specially because of its concentration on technological innovation,” reported Dr. Chris Martin, dean of the School of Business. “Technology has reworked the way we do the job, dwell, and train, and in the College of Small business, it is integrated into each facet of our curriculum. I know equally students and the community will get pleasure from learning from Drs. McCumber, Scott, and Gueye.”
For much more info about the lecture collection, get hold of Director of Progress Rosilynn Gillum at 318.257.2296 or [email protected]