May 19, 2011
The Office of the Vice President for Research recently launched the first issue of its newest publication, Texas Tech Discoveries: Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity.
Texas Tech Discoveries is an online-based, bi-annual publication used to inform the community and the world about the outstanding academics and research at Texas Tech. The magazine is an opportunity as an emerging research institution to tell the stories of Texas Tech’s scholars who are engaged in disciplines from the physical and social sciences to the arts and humanities.
“This electronic magazine celebrates the many accomplishments of the faculty as well as the work of our outstanding undergraduate and graduate students and alumni,” said Taylor Eighmy, vice president for research. “The university has set a goal to join the nation’s top research universities. Texas Tech Discoveries is a showcase for the broad range of work that is the foundation of our mission.”
The publication includes profiles in excellence and discovery, featuring Texas Tech distinguished researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, and alumni; the latest research stories and news briefs; book announcements; accomplishments and awards; and interactive media, from video and audio clips to image galleries and social media.
"There is no better place to be right now than Texas Tech University,” President Guy Bailey said. “We have set a goal to become one of the great public national research universities. Our new electronic magazine spotlights exactly why I believe that Texas Tech will achieve its goal."
Texas Tech Discoveries will be released in the spring and fall. Read the latest edition at www.texastechdiscoveries.ttu.edu.
The Office of the Vice President for Research is dedicated to developing new technologies for a better world. From the study of the smallest nanoparticles to comprehensive wind power systems, from research in autism and addiction, to our pioneering work in STEM education, our researchers are finding ways to solve problems, improve lives and find new solutions to the world’s critical needs.Twitter