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Welcome to Texas Tech University's Department of Agricultural Education and Communications. The department works closely with the College of Education and College of Mass Communications to offer a valuable degree program.
In addition to receiving a quality education, departmental students are part of a family-like atmosphere and attend many classes together at the university. Faculty members in the department use a student-centered approach to show students how to successfully function in today's fast-paced, technologically advanced job market. Teachers in the department know their students and are available to help students with class projects, advising and job applications. Support like this helps make the transition to campus life at Texas Tech an easy one.
Feb. 1 - Scholarship Applications Due
March 14-22 - Spring Break
March 28 - TTU CDE Invitational
April 11 - Area FFA CDEs
April 25 - State FFA CDEs
In the Spotlight
Amy Boren, an expert in international agricultural leadership, has been named an assistant professor in Texas Tech University’s Department of Agricultural Education and Communications.
Thanks to a grant from the USDA’s Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Program, Erica Irlbeck, an assistant professor of agricultural communications, and Courtney Meyers, an associate professor in Tech’s Department of Agricultural Education and Communications, developed a series of seminars called, “Beyond the Farm Gate.”
Led by its public relations students, Texas Tech’s Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow chapter had a strong showing at the national ‘Ag Media Summit’ in Indianapolis, July 26-30.
Josh Kroh, a 2000 graduate of Texas Tech’s Department of Agricultural Education and Communications, has been named the "2014 Producer of the Year Award" by the Texas Pork Producers Association.
The chairman of Texas Tech’s Department of Agricultural Education and Communications has been selected for a top leadership post with the American Association for Agricultural Education. Steve Fraze will serve as organization’s president-elect this year and will be installed as president next May at the group’s national meeting in San Antonio.