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Where Have All the Wheelchairs Gone?

Texas Tech professor finds that people with disabilities aren’t well-represented in TV commercials.

Researchers Develop Economic Impact Report for Pipeline Industry

Texas Pipeline Association commissions university for first ever analysis of this kind.

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.

Texas Tech Recognized for Economic Development Efforts

School is one of 14 nationwide designated by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

Two Doctoral Candidates Earn Fellowships Abroad

Fellowships are a collaboration between Texas Tech University and French Food Safety Agency.

Chancellor Duncan Officially Starts New Role

Former Senator spent some of his first day on the job meeting colleagues, students and parents.

Different Stripes for Different Skunks

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

Texas Tech Alumna Feels the Heat in Her Chosen Field

Angie Reid is now a fire ecologist in Florida.

Professor Makes Investment News’ Top 40 Under 40

John Salter was selected as one of the top Financial Planners under 40.

Paying It Forward: Alumnus Helps Secure TIEHH Scholarships

Terracon Foundation has given $551,000 in philanthropic gifts since its inception in 2008.

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

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

Retirement Rule of Thumb or Thumb’s Down?

Texas Tech professor and graduate student honored for Personal Financial Planning article.

A Look Back at the 2013-2014 Academic Year

In his first year, President Nellis has seen Texas Tech through many great accomplishments.

Research Reveals Why Certain Slogans Work, Others Don't

Associate Professor Mayukh Dass found people like slogans based on clarity, exposition of benefits.

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.

Robert Duncan Discusses New Role, Goals as Chancellor

The recently appointed Duncan, a Texas Tech alumnus, starts his duties July 7.

2014 Integrated Scholar: Jaclyn Cañas-Carrell

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

Rawls College of Business Students Receive $10,000 Scholarships

Joseph Kmetz and Jacob Fedosky were honored by the Texas Business Hall of Fame.

Ed, Linda Whitacre Give $15 Million for Graduate Fellowships

The donation from the Texas Tech alumnus will fund an estimated 30 doctoral fellows per year.

That Sounds Familiar, But Why?

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