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Trumpet Ensemble, Soloist Qualify for National Competition

The musicians will compete at the annual competition at Messiah College in Pennsylvania.

Physicist Brings Multimedia Performance to Texas Tech

“Icarus at the Edge of Time” score to be performed live by Texas Tech CVPA Orchestra.

Department of Psychology Becomes Department of Psychological Sciences

The name change reflects the nature of this highly interdisciplinary and collaborative field of study.

Judging Teams Open Spring With Strong Showing

Texas Tech meat, wool and livestock teams did well at National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver.

Environmental Scientists Find Antibiotics, Bacteria, Resistance Genes in Feedlot Dust

Texas Tech researchers are beginning to understand how antibiotic-resistant bacteria travel aerially.

After Tragedy, Biology Students Finish Friend’s Research

Chris Rodriguez is listed as an author of the biology research he started before his death in 2012.

Professor’s Antarctic Expedition Featured in Museum Exhibit

“Up from the Basement” exhibition runs Jan. 30 – Dec. 20 at the Museum of Texas Tech University.

Doctoral Student Hangs up Dancing Shoes for Financial Planning

Sven Saaretalu came to the United States with his eye on Hollywood.

ABC News and NPR Commentator to Visit Texas Tech

Cokie Roberts’ visit is part of the Texas Tech Presidential Lecture & Performance Series.

Researcher Discovers New Salmonella Serotype

Salmonella Lubbock will provide new avenues for research into the bacteria’s prevention.

Texas Tech First University Featured on Actors Hall of Fame Website

Department chairman Mark Charney said community outreach played a role in its selection.

Study Shows Expression Just as Important as Words in Presidential Debates

Erik Bucy’s research indicates voters notice a candidate’s nonverbal cues as much as a rhetoric.

Department of Communication Studies Now in College of Media & Communication

The move is expected to strengthen collaboration and enhance the student’s educational experience.

Quiznos Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Burkhart Center Collaboration

This partnership will allow students with autism spectrum disorder to gain work experience.

Texas Tech Advances to the Final Four of Chess

The university’s chess team secured a spot at the 2014 Pan-American Intercollegiate Chess Championship.

Online Programs Ranked by U.S. News and World Report

Worldwide eLearning’s programs are ranked in three different areas.

Engineering Doctoral Student Recognized by Regional Transportation Center

Wes Kumfer studied how demographics can affect a driver’s likelihood of being involved in a fatal crash.

Water for West Texas

Recent rains improve drought standing for some counties.

Dallas-area College Partnership to Offer Degree Programs

Students residing in Dallas/Fort Worth area will be able to earn degrees from Texas Tech.

Project Gives Landscape Architecture Students Hands-On Experience

Transforming the CASNR Annex pavilion teaches how design and building go together.