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Texas Tech Recognized for its Efforts to Promote Diversity

Texas Tech Recognized for its Efforts to Promote Diversity

September 17, 2014

The university was selected for a third straight year based on efforts to promote diversity and inclusion.

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Texas Tech Breaks Ground on Research and Technology Park

Texas Tech Breaks Ground on Research and Technology Park

September 15, 2014

(VIDEO) This project will provide academic and business opportunities with the private sector.

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Unmasked: Following the Masked Rider on Game Day

Unmasked: Following the Masked Rider on Game Day

September 12, 2014

A lot of work goes into the Texas Tech mascot’s iconic ride at home football games.

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President Nellis: We Will Never Forget

President Nellis: We Will Never Forget

September 11, 2014

Texas Tech faculty, staff and students take part in 9/11 memorial ceremony.

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Texas Tech Climbs U.S. News and World Report Rankings

Texas Tech Climbs U.S. News and World Report Rankings

September 9, 2014

Overall, the university moves up five spots among public and private universities.

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Recent Stories

Have a Business Idea? New Student Organization is Here to Help

TTIME provides innovation and entrepreneurial opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

Have a Business Idea? New Student Organization is Here to Help

Former Masked Riders Convene for 60th Anniversary Celebration

The group was recognized on the field before the Texas Tech-Arkansas game.

Former Masked Riders Convene for 60th Anniversary Celebration

Student Spotlight: Striving to End Hunger

Texas Tech senior works with the World Food Programme to help feed the homeless.

Student Spotlight: Striving to End Hunger

Former Texas Tech President Honored with Plaque

Jon Whitmore served the university from 2003-2008.

Former Texas Tech President Honored with Plaque

ABC Reporter John Quiñones to Speak at Diversity Awards Banquet

Annual celebration is Oct. 14 at the McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center.

ABC Reporter John Quiñones to Speak at Diversity Awards Banquet

Livestock Judging Team Finishes First at National Barrow Show

Three Red Raiders also finished in the top 10 individual standings.

Livestock Judging Team Finishes First at National Barrow Show

Alumni Spotlight: Red Raider Competes on “America’s Got Talent”

Phillip Wainwright performed in a theatrical stunt-fighting and dance group on the reality show.

Alumni Spotlight: Red Raider Competes on “America’s Got Talent”

Rawls College Ranked Top 3 in Best Business Schools 2015 Ranking

The graduate school at the Rawls College ranked third nationally in survey by College Atlas.

Rawls College Ranked Top 3 in Best Business Schools 2015 Ranking

Texas Tech Organization Awarded Gold-Level Status

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society student chapter is recognized for the eighth year.

Texas Tech Organization Awarded Gold-Level Status

Alumni Spotlight: Cattle Rancher Featured in 'Farmland' Documentary

The movie is about rare, young individuals who are making a career out of farming and ranching.

Alumni Spotlight: Cattle Rancher Featured in 'Farmland' Documentary

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TTU in the News
  • Wallet Hub - 2014’s Most and Least Educated Cities

    Wallet Hub – Texas Tech associate professor of personal financial planning discusses education in the workforce.

  • Wallet Hub - 2014′s Best and Worst Places to Retire

    Wallet Hub – Texas Tech professor of practice in the department of personal financial planning discusses retirement and finance.

  • Natural Gas Intelligence - Far-Reaching Economic Impact in Permian's Resurgence

    Natural Gas Intelligence – Those are some of the findings of a new economic study by a Texas Tech University energy economics team about the far-reaching impact that the resurgence the Permian Basin’s oil and gas industry has had on the region. Tech energy economics professor Bradley Ewing co-authored “Economic Impact of the Permian Basin’s Oil and Gas Industry,” which was sponsored by the Permian Basin Petroleum Association (PBPA).

  • Society for Science & The Public - Soaking up oil spills — with cotton

    Society for Science & The Public-To work well on oil spills, the substance used to pick up the mess — a sorbent — should sop up oil but not water. Cotton in its natural form has a waxy coating. As such, it will “absorb oil and repel water,” explains Seshadri Ramkumar. He’s a materials scientist at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.

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