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Texas Tech University Libraries Receives New Collection

ThinkTech added conference proceedings to its repository in October.

Texas Tech Names New Dean of Libraries

Bella Karr Gerlich is an active researcher with an extensive background in university libraries.

Texas Tech Dean of Libraries Embarks on New Chapter

Donald Dyal, retiring after 13 years, led University Libraries into a digital age of learning and research.

STEM-CORE Program Announces 21 Newly Named Affiliate Faculty

STEM Center for Outreach, Research and Education (STEM-CORE) widens ability to help community.

Texas Tech Librarian’s Work Selected as 'Landmark' Article

Brian Quinn recognized for “The McDonaldization of Academic Libraries?”

Southwest Collections/Special Collections Library Hosting College Baseball Display

Memorabilia from past season, current players will be available for viewing.

Texas Tech Celebrates Women in Texas Music

Crossroads of Music Archive celebrates Women’s History Month with exhibit on Women in Texas Music.

University Library Developers Create Software to Test E-Book Sharing

Texas Tech partners with Springer on new digital lending project.

Important JFK Documents Housed at Texas Tech

“Assassination of a President” exhibit currently is on display at the Southwest Collection.

Graphic Novels and Comics in the Classroom

Texas Tech librarians publish book examining the educational power of sequential art.

Library Receives $900,000 Software Donation for 3-D Animation Tools

Software will enhance new Media Lab in Informatics and Scientific Visualization, 3-D research efforts.

First Free-Standing Library Celebrates 75th Anniversary

The building now serves as the home for the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

Grant Leads to Greater Online Access of Library

New microfilm scanner to provide digitization of Texas newspapers and more.

Institute for the Study of Western Civilization Formed

The new institute is the only program of its kind among major U.S. universities.

Marilyn Monroe: Eternal Beauty, Eternal Marketing Appeal

On the 50th anniversary of her death, Texas Tech pop culture expert Rob Weiner analyzes her iconic image.

Library Unveils New Crossroads Recording Studio

The state-of-the-art studio, which is in the basement, is free for all students, faculty and staff.

Ready for the Oscars? Our Experts Make Their Picks

Robert Peaslee and Rob Weiner size up the top six categories in this year’s Academy Awards.

Ask The Experts: Rob Weiner

Texas Tech’s subject librarian answers your questions about all things Halloween.

Library to Honor Faculty Achievements with Annual Exhibit

The event begins at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday (Oct. 5) with a keynote presentation by Katherine Hayhoe.

Women's Studies Program Presents Feminist Forums

The program will host three cultural- and social-based forums this fall in the Texas Tech library.