Diversity in ContextFall 2011
The fall issue celebrates significant anniversaries for many of the programs in the Division of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement. More
Diversity on Campus
Veterans Day is celebrated by a roll call of all fallen soldiers since the invasion of Iraq in 2003. More
The Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center brought back its town-hall meetings giving students the opportunity to voice their opinions.More
Texas Tech University and the Texas Diversity Council partner to celebrate women in leadership. More
Students for Global Connections hosted a week full of culturally diverse activities for the entire Tech community to join. More
On Tuesday, October 18, 2011 the Student Union Ballroom was filled with proud parents, teachers, and Texas Tech administrators. More
The SPICE Cup is rated one of the highest international invitational tournaments. More
Five on-campus nursing rooms now available at Texas Tech for mothers in the workforce. More
Named for Dr. Lauro F. Cavazos, the first undergraduate to serve as President of Texas Tech University and Ophelia Powell-Malone, the first
African American undergraduate of Texas Tech University, the program matches entering students with faculty and staff mentors.
The Fall 2011 marked the program’s highest enrollment in its ten year history.
On August 13, 2011, the United Spirit Arena at Texas Tech was filled with children, parents, and families preparing for the first day of school. More
Upward Bound will celebrate 45 years of serving first-year, first generation students from economically challenged families. More
At 30 years of age at Texas Tech, Women’s Studies Program has grown and created new events along the way to promote the advancement of women.More
The Institute for Inclusive Excellence accepted twelve Texas Tech faculty members in September.
The Texas Tech Alumni Association Diversity Committee met on Friday, October 16, 2011 at the Texas Tech Merket Alumni Center to discuss and review the diversity activities and initiatives of the university. More
Texas Tech University’s Chief of Staff Grace Hernandez was recognized as Hispana Inspiradora (Inspiring Hispanic Woman) in Education by the Hispanic Association of Women during their annual scholarship and awards banquet. More
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