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Robotics Program Creates STEM Awareness for High School Students

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

Getting To Know W. Brent Lindquist

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

Researchers Create Company to Optimize Wind Plant Output

The technology is licensed through Office of Research Commercialization.

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.

Texas Tech Receives Eighth Military Recognition This Year

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

Engineers Discover New Method to Determine Surface Properties at the Nanoscale

As machines get smaller, knowing characteristics can make huge engineering differences.

Partnership to Support Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Lubbock Economic Development Alliance joined Texas Tech administrators for the announcement.

Historian Explores Wonder Woman’s Role as Feminist Icon

Keira Williams won a Smithsonian fellowship to research the superheroine’s creator.

Employees Receive Distinguished Staff Awards

Individuals were recognized for their service and commitment to the university.

Student Spotlight: Doctoral Candidate Receives Prestigious Research Fellowship

Daniel Dawson received the honor from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Carol Concert a Musical Finale for Carol of Lights

Many of Texas Tech’s choral groups will perform in the annual concert.

Climate Scientist Named to Foreign Policy’s 100 Leading Global Thinkers of 2014

Katharine Hayhoe was honored for her work in education and climate change.

New Associate Vice President for Research Named

Patricia R. DeLucia was appointed to the position by Robert V. Duncan.

Ask the Experts: Nutritionist Discusses Role of Diet in Diabetes Treatment

On World Diabetes Day, professor Jamie Cooper explains how food and exercise can reverse disease.

MBA Program Ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek

After going unranked in 2012, Rawls College of Business MBA comes in at No. 74.

Texas Tech Set to Host Second TEDx Conference

Those who have a passion for performing and sharing ideas should apply to present.

Research Fellow Studies Star Power of Galaxies

Astronomer Paul Sell finds bursts of forming stars eject gas at very high speeds.

Expert: Bully Prevention Programs Necessary for Teachers

Dorothy Espelage, the nation’s foremost expert on bullying and school violence, visit Texas Tech.

Research Team Awarded $1 Million for Collaborative Plant Investigation

Jyotsna Sharma will lead the study of distribution factors in plant communities, environmental spaces.

Success of Judging Teams Built, Sustained Over Time

Accomplishments of meat and livestock judging programs makes them perennial national championship contenders.