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Student Becomes Texas Tech President for a Day

The sophomore accounting major kept President Nellis’ schedule – and met with Coach Kliff Kingsbury.

ConocoPhillips Donates $1 Million to Texas Tech

Gift will establish center to support student recruitment, retention and diversity.

Burkhart Transition Academy Helps Students Excel in the Workplace

These Red Raiders with autism-spectrum disorder learn skills that help them thrive in the real world.

Texas Tech Designated Purple Heart University

Red Raiders, recognized for their military support, are first school in Texas and third in nation honored.

Texas Tech Names Distinguished Engineers

Seven alumni honored at the 2014 Distinguished Engineer Award luncheon.

KTXT-FM’s Program Features Community Leaders

“Top’s Ten” features the College of Media & Communication’s Dean David Perlmutter.

Texas Tech Hosts Undergraduate Research Conference

The sixth annual Undergraduate Research Conference will take place April 15-17.

Texas Tech to Host 30th Annual All-University Conference

This year’s theme is “Women’s Studies on the Edge,” and will take place April 17-19.

Texas Tech to Host World Renowned Paleontologist

David Dilcher discovered the earliest flowering plants.

Rawls Honored for Master of Science in Accounting Program

The program recently was ranked in the Top 10 nationally by tax hiring authorities.

Chess Team Headed to New York for Final Four

The second-ranked Red Raiders hope to claim their third national championship.

Rawls College of Business Joins Businessweek Rankings

The Rawls College undergraduate programs enter the Top 100 in the country.

Professor Wins Texas Bar Foundation’s Outstanding Law Review Article Award

The 2014 recognition marks Shannon’s third time to win the annual award.

Climate Scientist Appears with Don Cheadle on Showtime

(VIDEO) Watch Katharine Hayhoe discuss findings in premier episode of “Years of Living Dangerously.”

Urban Tech to Unveil Vision Plan for Homeless Assistance Facility

The collaborative planning and design process is two years in the making.

Kent Hance’s Career Celebrated at Retirement Reception

Gov. Rick Perry and Texas Tech University System officials were in attendance at the United Spirit Arena.

Texas Tech Honors Professor for 50 Years of Service

Max Miller is among many long-time employees honored for various lengths of service.

Students Spend Spring Break Helping Others

RHO students forgo traditional week off to perform service for those in need.

Transitioning to Success: C.J. Casas

Red Raider takes pride in his job with physical plant garage.

Texas Tech Unveils New Center for Graduate Students

Facility provides meeting, research and study space, computer lab, dining area and lounge.