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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.

Different Stripes for Different Skunks

Texas Tech graduate student recognized for award winning research in skunk striping.

2014 Integrated Scholar Award: Susan Lang

Combining her interest in computer networking and British Literature Susan Lang has channeled her skills.

Military Veteran Receives Diploma in Special Ceremony

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

Making a Splash: Texas Tech Helps Kids Think Outside Box

The challenge required middle schoolers to build and race boats made of cardboard and duct tape.

Leap of Faith: Father Recalls Tough Decision to Attend Texas Tech

With his 5-year-old son in tow, Alvino Lopez eventually graduated to provide a better life for his family.

2014 Integrated Scholar: Jaclyn Cañas-Carrell

Serving as a mentor, professor and researcher Cañas-Carell open doors for many individuals.

That Sounds Familiar, But Why?

Researchers: When it comes to the long-term memory process, decades-old models are correct.

2014 Integrated Scholar: Todd Anderson

Published environmental chemistry professor excels as a researcher and academic.

Red Raiders Remember Maya Angelou

The legendary author once spoke to the Texas Tech community during Black History Month.

Researchers Study How Drug Treatment Affects Other Aspects of Life

The $300,000 NIH grant will fund testing that could reduce risk for HIV or mental illness.

Texas Tech Joins Consortium of Experts Called Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center

Created and funded by National Science Foundation, center provides research, development to businesses.

Texas Tech Announces Spring Commencement

Thousands of students will graduate Friday and Saturday during five ceremonies.

Mother and Son Share Special Bond and Talent

A Texas Tech University student recently co-authored a novel with his mother.

Federal Grant to Provide Scholarships to Low-Income Math Majors

The five-year grant will fund students at Texas Tech and three regional community colleges.

Climate Scientist Contributes to White House Report

Katharine Hayhoe: Choices we make now will determine severity of climate change’s future impact.

Texas Tech Climate Scientist Named to TIME 100

Katharine Hayhoe joins the likes of Beyonce, Pope Francis as one of the world’s most influential people.

Atmospheric Scientist Earns Grant to Study Electricity in Storm Clouds

Eric Bruning was awarded a $738,000 NSF CAREER grant to examine lightning/wind “textures.”

Lindquist Named Dean of College of Arts & Sciences

W. Brent Lindquist begins his role July 15.

Update: Students Reveal Survey Results on Hot Button Issues

Survey reveals new figures after internal verification checks indicated inaccurate weights.