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Ten Reasons to be Thankful You’re a Red Raider

Ten Reasons to be Thankful You’re a Red Raider

November 27, 2014

From the Masked Rider to helping military veterans, Texas Tech holds a special place in our hearts.

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Getting To Know W. Brent Lindquist

Getting To Know W. Brent Lindquist

November 25, 2014

New College of Arts and Sciences dean is committed to helping Texas Tech reach tier-one status.

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How Sweet It Is: New Dessert Recipes for Thanksgiving

How Sweet It Is: New Dessert Recipes for Thanksgiving

November 24, 2014

From pumpkin rolls to apple dumplings, Hospitality Services chef Kara Perez shares her treats.

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Researchers Create Company to Optimize Wind Plant Output

Researchers Create Company to Optimize Wind Plant Output

November 21, 2014

The technology is licensed through Office of Research Commercialization.

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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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Recent Stories

Student Organization Feeds Lubbock Families for Thanksgiving

Texas Tech’s Collegiate 100 partnered with East Lubbock Community Alliance to serve more than 200.

Student Organization Feeds Lubbock Families for Thanksgiving

Robotics Program Creates STEM Awareness for High School Students

Texas Tech students designed structure of annual BEST competition and served as mentors.

Robotics Program Creates STEM Awareness for High School Students

Holiday Gifts Available to Help Support Students, Departments

As the shopping season hits full throttle, don’t forget about those Red Raiders in your life.

Holiday Gifts Available to Help Support Students, Departments

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

Texas Tech Receives Eighth Military Recognition This Year

The university’s Military and Veterans Programs is nationally recognized for strong efforts with service members.

Texas Tech Receives Eighth Military Recognition This Year

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

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TTU in the News
  • CBS News - A yogurt a day may help keep the doctor away

    CBS News—Martin Binks, an associate professor of nutritional sciences at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, said that studies that look at diet are inherently limited in their ability to measure true dietary intake.

  • Fox 34 News - Retailers push Gray Thursday over Black Friday

    Fox 34 News – Deborah Fowler, associate professor of retail at Texas Tech University, discusses the push for Gray Thursday over Black Friday in retail.

  • CBS News - October Sets 5th Monthly Heat Record of the Year

    CBSnews.com – Texas Tech climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe said the issue isn’t so much about record highs, but trends over multiple decades. Seeing the 38th consecutive October that is warmer than the 20th century average “is climate change, and we are seeing it in spades.” It is also the 356th month in a row the world’s temperature has been warmer than the 20th century average.

  • ThinkAdvisor - 4 Tips for Earning Credibility as a Young Professional

    ThinkAdvisor – Laurie Belew, a Texas Tech University graduate with a degree in financial planning, discusses earning credibility for young professionals.

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