January 7, 2016
Registration is open for the Texas Women in Higher Education at Texas Tech University conference on Jan. 29.
Keynote speakers include Alessandra Corsi, an assistant professor of physics and National Science Foundation CAREER Grant recipient to study origins and reasons for gamma ray bursts; Katharine Hayhoe, an associate professor in public administration and director of the Climate Science Center; and Lee Ann Nutt, president of Lone Star College-Tomball and an alumna of Texas Tech.
Panel topics include “Who is a woman? Gender and academe in a new age;” “One size does not fit all: Finding voice in gender equity;” “Managing managing: Styles of leadership;” and “Mentoring the new Texas women: Students, staff and faculty.”
Lee Ann Nutt
Men and women are invited to the conference, which is from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 29 at the McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center at 17th Street and University Avenue. Registration is available here and is open through Jan. 15.
Texas Women in Higher Education is a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing, advancing and supporting women working at colleges and universities throughout the state.
The Texas Tech University College of Arts & Sciences was founded in 1925 as one of the university’s four original colleges.
Comprised of 15 departments, the College offers a wide variety of courses and programs
in the humanities, social and behavioral sciences, mathematics and natural sciences.
Students can choose from 41 bachelor’s degree programs, 34 master’s degrees and 14
With over 10,000 students (8,500 undergraduate and 1,200 graduate) enrolled, the College of Arts & Sciences is the largest college on the Texas Tech University campus.