Office of the Vice President for Research Aims to Improve Services

New strategic action plan supports research, scholarship and creative activity in every discipline.

Texas Tech University

The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR), based on three listening sessions with faculty, staff and students, has developed a road map for improving how the division serves the campus community.

“During the listening session, we heard consistent themes of where we could improve,” said Taylor Eighmy, vice president for research, of the OVPR’s strategic action plan. “We have created a series of action items with responsibilities assigned for each item over the next few years.”

The OVPR supports research, scholarship and creative activity in every discipline on the TTU campus.

“For Texas Tech to meet its goal of becoming a national research university, our office must continually look for better ways to serve our faculty, staff and students,” Eighmy said.

The plan is meant to be a dynamic document and will be reviewed annually.

To read the plan, click here.

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Office of the Vice President for Research

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.

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