Natchitoches — The Department of Science at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts continued its Science Speaker Series on Feb. 7 with a presentation by Dr. Rastko Selmic of the College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech University.
Selmic, the AT&T Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, presented “Flying Sensors.” The presentation was sponsored by the Louisiana Board of Regents SoS Program.
Most of Travis Napper’s career has consisted of selling people on the Ruston experience.
The 2006 Louisiana Tech University graduate has been serving as president and CEO of the Ruston Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau since April, when his Sigma Nu brother, then-president and CEO Kyle Edmiston, moved to the state level tourism office.
Before this, Napper served as the director of orientation in the Tech Admissions Office for six years.