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Texas Tech Climate Scientist Named to TIME 100

Katharine Hayhoe joins the likes of Beyonce, Pope Francis as one of the world’s most influential people.

Atmospheric Scientist Earns Grant to Study Electricity in Storm Clouds

Eric Bruning was awarded a $738,000 NSF CAREER grant to examine lightning/wind “textures.”

Texas Tech Faculty Honored for Excellence

These awards focus on teaching, research and service, which are the core missions of the university.

Lindquist Named Dean of College of Arts & Sciences

W. Brent Lindquist begins his role July 15.

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 Named Environmentally Responsible College

Red Raiders included in Princeton Review’s annual list of green colleges.

ConocoPhillips Donates $1 Million to Texas Tech

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

Texas Tech Names Distinguished Engineers

Seven alumni honored at the 2014 Distinguished Engineer Award luncheon.

Texas Tech Hosts Undergraduate Research Conference

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

Texas Tech to Host World Renowned Paleontologist

David Dilcher discovered the earliest flowering plants.

Transitioning to Success: Jasmine Saenz

Burkhart Center graduate enjoys her career with Goodwill Industries.

Climate Scientist Appears with Don Cheadle on Showtime

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

Texas Tech Honors Professor for 50 Years of Service

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

Transitioning to Success: C.J. Casas

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

Transitioning to Success: Karlie Watts

Hospitality Services employee uses strong work ethic to excel at her job.

Physicist, Team Observe Closest Milemarker Supernova

Type Ia supernovae used to judge distances. This could improve future measurements.

Computer Scientists and a Multidisciplinary Team Receive Grant to Build Faster, More Efficient Supercomputer Prototype

Technology aims to eliminate computing bottleneck created by data-intensive applications.

Getting to Know Robert V. Duncan

Texas Tech’s new vice president for research discusses his vision for the future.

Texas Tech Names Research Fellows

Guy Loneragan, Patricia DeLucia will help in faculty development for Office of the Vice President for Research.

New Zealand Gets Taste of Texas Tech's Beef Expertise

Researchers and students help country overhaul beef market and provide tastier product.