Being a part of a campus honor society can pay off in multiple ways. For the Texas Tech Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the impact of activities and projects can lead to national recognition.
Campus transportation is a college service that needs to be quick and reliable for students. At Texas Tech, one department is being recognized for providing a dependable travel option.
In addition to his work as dean of the Texas Tech College of Media and Communication, David Perlmutter has gained the duties of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication president on Aug. 9.
Texas Tech System construction projects, new degree programs and the presence of a new student regent were all topics discussed during a Board of Regents meeting earlier today.
After years leading up to being accepted into the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, the institution’s incoming students will now don the clothing of their future.
Students continue to enter and leave the Texas Tech campus once the summer session begins. With enrollment numbers for summer 2019, one can see how much enrollment has changed from the previous year.
Associated Supply Company and other donors were recognized for helping with the establishment of the Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine on Wednesday.
On March 30, 1981, John W. Hinckley Jr. tried to assassinate former President Ronald Reagan in Washington D.C. Hinckley was immediately apprehended and put into jail, while Reagan was rushed to the hospital.
Even outside of the classroom, climate change is a topic anyone can learn about. To spotlight this issue, one member of Texas Tech shared her expertise with the community today.
Results from a recent Texas Tech study shows that intermittent fasting could solve nutritional problems for active individuals.
In addition to his work in the classroom, one Texas Tech professor is working to understand how fire and grazing practices for lesser prairie-chicken habitats are affecting cows in New Mexico.
In addition to serving as the Texas Tech System chancellor, Tedd. L. Mitchell will congratulate upcoming graduates as the commencement speaker at the summer 2019 Tech commencement ceremonies.
While vacationing in another country, people may take photos that others may not see. For some Texas Tech faculty and staff, their photos will showcase global wonders to many people.
When graduating high school, students have difficulty deciding which colleges are feasible. For some high school students in Brazil, Texas Tech is an option they may choose to attend.
Even though school for kindergarten through 12th graders is not session, Texas Tech and the Lubbock community are taking steps to help local students prepare for the new academic year.
To further educate future scientists and mathematicians across the Panhandle and West Texas, five Texas Tech professors received a grant from the National Science Foundation.
The 30th annual Ironman 70.3 Lubbock triathlon took place on Sunday, June 30 with the running portion on the Texas Tech campus. The 1,000 racers started the triathlon at 6:30 a.m. at the Dunbar Lake and ended at the Jones AT&T Stadium. This race was the qualifier for the Ironman 70.3 Han…
As a way to help those waiting for lifesaving transplants, one marathon will be dedicated to raising awareness of organ donations in Lubbock.
The Texas Tech Meat Science Academic Quiz Bowl Team claimed the National Championship at the 72nd Reciprocal Meat Conference hosted in late June.
With help from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Texas Tech’s Seiichi Nagihara, has permission to build an instrument that measures how much heat is coming out of the moon’s interior.
Because of Texas Tech’s support for the LGBTQIA community, the university has earned the Premier Campus designation on the Campus Pride Index for the third year in a row.
In addition to her multiple titles at Texas Tech, Katharine Hayhoe will also serve as an adviser for the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
The Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine continues to flourish as the Tech System Board of Regents approved Design Professional Stage 2 services for the school’s facilities today.