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Moral of Scrooge Transforms Over Time

Moral of Scrooge Transforms Over Time

December 19, 2014

The holiday classic was first published 171 years ago, on December 19, 1843.

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Looking Back: Most Viewed Stories in 2014

Looking Back: Most Viewed Stories in 2014

December 18, 2014

Follow Texas Tech through national rankings, new buildings, a visit with Ellen and more.

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Texas Tech Working to Maintain Increasing Retention Rates

Texas Tech Working to Maintain Increasing Retention Rates

December 17, 2014

The latest figures are the highest they’ve been since 2004.

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Biologist Leads Group That Mapped Crocodilian Genomes

Biologist Leads Group That Mapped Crocodilian Genomes

December 11, 2014

Understanding these reptiles’ genome can help scientists better understand birds.

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Task Force on Greek Organization Culture Shares Report

Task Force on Greek Organization Culture Shares Report

December 10, 2014

The preliminary findings and recommendations were presented following an extensive evaluation.

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Recent Stories

College of Architecture Named Charter Member of Research Group

Program among first to lead American Institute of Architects Design and Health Research Consortium.

College of Architecture Named Charter Member of Research Group

Texas Tech Named Best Value College

According to Kiplinger, Texas Tech ranked 20th for best value for less than $30,000 a year.

Texas Tech Named Best Value College

Holden Hall Mural Celebrates 60th Anniversary

(Video) The 1300 square foot mural was finished and dedicated in late fall of 1954.

Holden Hall Mural Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Administrator, Engineer Become National Academy of Inventors Fellows

Robert V. Duncan and Mohamed Soliman are two of the 170 named as this year’s distinguished fellows.

Administrator, Engineer Become National Academy of Inventors Fellows

Doctoral Student Connects D.C., Nigeria in Global Science Project

As a Helen DeVitt Jones part-time fellow, Florentia Spires joined students from two continents.

Doctoral Student Connects D.C., Nigeria in Global Science Project

Graduate Goes From Prison Jumpsuit to Cap and Gown

Leo Pereida says his faith in God allowed him to make the life changes he needed.

Graduate Goes From Prison Jumpsuit to Cap and Gown

Ask the Experts:
How to Create a Standout Resume

Joe Duke from Texas Tech’s Career Center discusses how to land the dream job after graduation.

Ask the Experts: How to Create a Standout Resume

Texas Tech Creates President’s Graduate Fellowships

The fellowships are funded in part by the Whitacre Graduate Fellowship Endowment.

Texas Tech Creates President’s Graduate Fellowships

Face-to-Screen: Graduate Students Use Tablets to Connect with K-12 Students

Middle school teacher Robin Hart joined forces with Texas Tech graduate students to bring math, science and engineering expertise to her students.

Face-to-Screen: Graduate Students Use Tablets to Connect with K-12 Students

Texas Tech Listed in Top Graduate Programs Rankings

The university had nine programs listed among the Top 25 nationwide.

Texas Tech Listed in Top Graduate Programs Rankings

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TTU in the News
  • Ragan - Remembering the 'public' in public relations

    Ragan’s PR Daily – As reported in O’Dwyer’s, the outcome of the study by Texas Tech’s College of Media and Communication reads like a “good news/bad news” joke. On the bright side, compared to a decade ago, most people are more sophisticated in how they view PR people. They think we’re smart and well informed. On the other hand, they also believe we’re lying spinmeisters.

  • O'dwyer Pr - Study: PR Pros Are Smart But Unethical

    Odwyerpr.com – A study conducted by Texas Tech University’s College of Media and Communication, whose findings will be published in an upcoming edition of Public Relations Review, may shed some light on what the public really thinks of the PR industry.

  • Time - All I Want for Christmas: Frugal Kids

    At a recent conference sponsored by Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association (DCIIA,) Michael Finke of Texas Tech University pointed out that retirees with the highest wealth spend the lowest percentage of their income in retirement, suggesting that it was their innate ant-like frugality that in part helped them create such a large nest egg — [...]

  • KCBD-NBC - Leo Pereida graduates from Texas Tech after 15 years in prison

    KCBD.com – “I knew when I got out I was going to go somewhere with this, and Texas Tech was what I wanted to do,” he said

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