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CASNR faculty provide academic content for visiting Chinese high school students

CASNR faculty provide academic content for visiting Chinese high school students

Eleven high-school students from China were on Texas Tech’s campus for a special iSTEM agricultural science education program last month, said university officials, who assisted with the 16-day academic event.  more »

 

Department of Plant & Soil Science hosts Moroccan Fulbright Scholar Salghi

Department of Plant & Soil Science hosts Moroccan Fulbright Scholar Salghi

Texas Tech’s Department of Plant and Soil Science is hosting a Fulbright Scholar from Morocco this summer. Rachid Salghi, a professor from the University Ibn Zohr Agadir-Morocco, is focusing his research here at Tech on preparation of bio-based materials from biopolymers.  more »

 

Chance O’Neal saddles up as Texas Tech’s new ranch horse team coach

Chance O’Neal saddles up as Texas Tech’s new ranch horse team coach

Chance O’Neal, a world-champion horseman and internationally-experienced trainer, has been named Texas Tech’s new ranch horse team coach, according to officials within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. He officially steps into his new post on Aug. 1.  more »

 

CASNR Water Center promotes water quality research through collaboration

CASNR Water Center promotes water quality research through collaboration

Water. It’s one of the basic elements of life. Making sure there’s enough for use in agriculture is of vital importance, and it’s an area of focus for a research center at Texas Tech University – the CASNR Water Center in the College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources.  more »

 

GALLERY: Brick archways take shape on new Bayer Plant Science Building

GALLERY: Brick archways take shape on new Bayer Plant Science Building

As temperatures soared into the upper nineties during July, construction crews pressed ahead with wrapping up the bricking of CASNR’s new Bayer Plant Science Building and moving to its archways. Meantime, a massive diamond-shaped concrete pattern is being poured in the building’s inner courtyard.  more »