- Photo Gallery
- Featured Alumni
- Landmarks Magazine
- Landmarks Archive Issues
- CASNR e-Newsletter Archive
- Strategic Plan
- Alumni Contact Information Update Form
VISION & TRADITION:
FOR TEXAS TECH
Celebrate the announcement of our historic campaign and remember the traditions and experiences that make Texas Tech a place where great things happen. Learn More >>
- 2012 Pig Roast: 'Doing It Right'
- Texas Tech College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Student Opportunities Video 2011
IN THE NEWS
'Vision and Tradition: The Campaign for Texas Tech' has surpassed $900 million as funds are raised toward its $1 billion goal. Learn More >>
If you have any questions, comments or need to update your information, please feel free to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call
CASNR Homecoming Breakfast 2010. Breakfast boosts feel good factor as Texas Tech’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources alumni got another warm welcome Nov. 6 as the graduates, young and old, celebrated the college’s Homecoming Breakfast festivities at the Animal and Food Sciences’ livestock arena in Lubbock. Later that evening the Red Raiders stunned No. 12 Missouri 24-17. Photos: N. Martin. Learn More >>
CASNR Homecoming Breakfast 2009. Alumni of Texas Tech University’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources got another warm welcome Oct. 10 as the graduates, young and old, celebrated the college’s Homecoming Breakfast festivities at the Animal and Food Sciences’ livestock arena in Lubbock. Later that day the Red Raiders walloped Kansas State 66-14. Photos: N. Martin. Learn More >>
CASNR Homecoming Breakfast 2008. Alumni of Texas Tech University’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources got a warm welcome Oct. 11 as the graduates, young and old, celebrated the college’s annual Homecoming Breakfast festivities at the livestock arena behind the Animal and Food Sciences Building in Lubbock. Learn More >>
Larry Combest Endowed Chair in Agricultural Competitiveness. Texas Tech has announced the establishment of an industry-supported endowed chair to increase the competitiveness of High Plains agriculture in an economy increasingly linked to international markets. Officials also introduced Darren Hudson, an award-winning agricultural economist who is the first chair recipient. Learn More >>
80th Annual Pig Roast.. CASNR honored the college’s scholarship donors and recipients, as well as intercollegiate judging teams Nov. 8 at the 80th annual Pig Roast at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. Kenneth Bell, Mark Williams and William Bennett received honors as Gerald W. Thomas Outstanding Agriculturalists. Photos by Joey Hernandez.
2007 Homecoming Breakfast.. Three new national championship banners were hung at this year’s CASNR Homecoming Breakfast on Oct. 6 at Animal and Food Sciences’ Livestock Arena. Donations from the annual event benefited the Student Ag Council Scholarship and General CASNR Scholarship Funds.