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Partnership to Support Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Partnership to Support Innovation and Entrepreneurship

November 20, 2014

Lubbock Economic Development Alliance joined Texas Tech administrators for the announcement.

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Historian Explores Wonder Woman’s Role as Feminist Icon

Historian Explores Wonder Woman’s Role as Feminist Icon

November 19, 2014

Keira Williams won a Smithsonian fellowship to research the superheroine’s creator.

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So, How Does One Become the Masked Rider?

So, How Does One Become the Masked Rider?

November 14, 2014

From a written test to riding tryouts, the arduous process ensures the top student is chosen.

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Solid Foundation: A Look Back at Texas Tech’s First Building

Solid Foundation: A Look Back at Texas Tech’s First Building

November 11, 2014

Nov. 11 marks the 90th anniversary of when the cornerstone for the Administration Building was set.

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Carol of Lights: Celebrating Spirit and Tradition

Carol of Lights: Celebrating Spirit and Tradition

November 11, 2014

For a 56th year, the Texas Tech campus will illuminate with more than 20,000 colored lights.

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Recent Stories

Student Spotlight: Miss Texas Collegiate Upholds Her Title

Kylie Boyd is a hard-working student, athlete and volunteer with a love for the Lubbock community.

Student Spotlight: Miss Texas Collegiate Upholds Her Title

Engineers Discover New Method to Determine Surface Properties at the Nanoscale

As machines get smaller, knowing characteristics can make huge engineering differences.

Engineers Discover New Method to Determine Surface Properties at the Nanoscale

Ruthie Nellis Named
Chair of APLU Council

Texas Tech President’s wife is chairwoman of the Council of Presidents’ & Chancellors’ Spouses/Partners.

Ruthie Nellis Named Chair of APLU Council

Employees Receive Distinguished Staff Awards

Individuals were recognized for their service and commitment to the university.

Employees Receive Distinguished Staff Awards

Student Spotlight: Doctoral Candidate Receives Prestigious Research Fellowship

Daniel Dawson received the honor from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Student Spotlight: Doctoral Candidate Receives Prestigious Research Fellowship

Carol Concert a Musical Finale for Carol of Lights

Many of Texas Tech’s choral groups will perform in the annual concert.

Carol Concert a Musical Finale for Carol of Lights

Climate Scientist Named to Foreign Policy’s 100 Leading Global Thinkers of 2014

Katharine Hayhoe was honored for her work in education and climate change.

Climate Scientist Named to Foreign Policy’s 100 Leading Global Thinkers of 2014

Take a Hike Day:
Honors College Professor Shares Stories From Iceland

Kurt Caswell spent a summer in Iceland, hiking its natural wonders and exploring its literary heritage.

Take a Hike Day: Honors College Professor Shares Stories From Iceland

New Associate Vice President for Research Named

Patricia R. DeLucia was appointed to the position by Robert V. Duncan.

New Associate Vice President for Research Named

Ask the Experts: Nutritionist Discusses Role of Diet in Diabetes Treatment

On World Diabetes Day, professor Jamie Cooper explains how food and exercise can reverse disease.

Ask the Experts: Nutritionist Discusses Role of Diet in Diabetes Treatment

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TTU in the News
  • CBS News - Don't count on Black Friday for the best holiday deals

    CBS News – The traditional holiday buying season is shortened for retailers, which may give them an incentive to offer deeper discounts, with many of those appearing before Black Friday, said Deborah Fowler, associate professor at Texas Tech University, who studies retail management.

  • Advanced Textiles Source - Electrospun nanowebs go green

    Advanced Textiles Source – By developing a homopolymer electrospun poly (vinyl alcohol) (PVA) nanoweb, the research team from Texas Tech University was able to evaluate the breathability, porosity and tensile strength of both treated and untreated nanowebs.

  • everythinglubbock.com - Meals on Wheels

    everythinglubbock.com – Skyview restaurant, a venue where Texas Tech students gain real-world restaurant management experience, will donate half of all of their tips to Meals on Wheels this month.

  • ABC News - Price of Oil Takes Another Sharp Drop

    Abcnews.com – “Gasoline is an input to almost everything that is made in this economy,” said Michael Noel, an economist at Texas Tech University.

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