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Texas Tech Named Great College to Work For®

Texas Tech Named Great College to Work For®

July 21, 2014

(VIDEO) Chronicle of Higher Education awards university for achieving excellence in the workplace.

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Texas Tech Recognized for Economic Development Efforts

Texas Tech Recognized for Economic Development Efforts

July 10, 2014

School is one of 14 nationwide designated by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

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Texas Tech Sets Summer Enrollment Record

Texas Tech Sets Summer Enrollment Record

June 25, 2014

The number exceeds the previous mark of 11,316, set in 2012.

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A Look Back at the 2013-2014 Academic Year

A Look Back at the 2013-2014 Academic Year

June 23, 2014

In his first year, President Nellis has seen Texas Tech through many great accomplishments.

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Military Veteran Receives Diploma in Special Ceremony

Military Veteran Receives Diploma in Special Ceremony

June 23, 2014

Texas Tech student was unable to participate in graduation after discovering an unknown illness.

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Recent Stories

Texas Tech Honors College Announces 51 Terry Scholars

Texas Tech is the fastest-growing Terry Scholar university with $3.8 million in total funds.

Texas Tech Honors College Announces 51 Terry Scholars

2014 Integrated Scholar: Roman Taraban

This psychology professor enjoys sharing his research with others and promoting undergraduate research.

2014 Integrated Scholar: Roman Taraban

Student-Run Sportscast Picked up by Fox Sports

Double T Insider will broadcast on Fox College Sports and Fox Sports Southwest.

Student-Run Sportscast Picked up by Fox Sports

Where Have All the Wheelchairs Gone?

Texas Tech professor finds that people with disabilities aren’t well-represented in TV commercials.

Where Have All the Wheelchairs Gone?

Students Visit Texas Tech for a Mind-Blowing Experience

(VIDEO) ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp teaches about wind and clean energy.

Students Visit Texas Tech for a Mind-Blowing Experience

Continuing Education Courses Coming to Fredericksburg for the First Time

Texas Tech’s Worldwide e-Learning brings new courses to the Hill Country campus.

Continuing Education Courses Coming to Fredericksburg for the First Time

Researchers Develop Economic Impact Report for Pipeline Industry

Texas Pipeline Association commissions university for first ever analysis of this kind.

Researchers Develop Economic Impact Report for Pipeline Industry

2014 Integrated Scholar: John Schroeder

Wind Energy Professor is setting the foundation for a stand out program.

2014 Integrated Scholar: John Schroeder

Texas Tech Scientist Awarded Climate Communication Prize from American Geophysical Union

Katharine Hayhoe also was recently named to the 2014 TIME 100 list of most influential people in the world.

Texas Tech Scientist Awarded Climate Communication Prize from American Geophysical Union

Texas Tech Celebrates Latest Public Art Installation

(VIDEO) Stainless steel and painted aluminum sculpture is in the Experimental Sciences Building courtyard.

Texas Tech Celebrates Latest Public Art Installation

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TTU in the News
  • National Geographic - Found: 4 New Species of Gopher-Like Mammals

    National Geographic

    Named in honor of different colleagues who contributed to the research, the four new species—Ctenomys erikacuellarae, Ctenomys yatesi, Ctenomys andersoni, and Ctenomys lessai—are described in a paper published last month by the Museum of Texas Tech University.

  • Semiconductor Today - Developing boron nitride toward deep ultraviolet optoelectronic apps

    Semiconductor Today – Professors Hongxing Jiang and Jingyu Lin at Texas Tech University believe that using boron nitride as the p-type contact layers in nitride semiconductor heterostructures “could ultimately pave the way toward the realization of high-efficiency nitride deep ultraviolet (DUV) optoelectronic devices” [Semicond. Sci. Technol., vol29, p084003, 2014].

  • Psychology Today - Making The Ask

    Psychology Today – To that end, I interviewed Russell James, who teaches fundraisers how to get people to make large charitable donations and who directs the charitable financial planning program at Texas Tech University. Here is a distillation of my interview with him:

  • USA Today - Taking to the pulpit against climate change

    USA Today – A rising star in this new firmament is Katherine Hayhoe, an evangelical Christian who is also a scientist and director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University. Her husband, Andrew Farley, is an evangelical minister.

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