Arts and Sciences Research News Archive
Some Tips From an Ancient Chinese Philosopher
Professor Howard Curzer on his paper "Take Your Job and Shove it: Mencius on Resigning and the Doctrine of the Mean."
An Inside View of Junior Officers in the Vietnam War
Vietnam combat veteran Ron Milam publishes first scholarly book challenging stereotype ofjunior officers.
How Parents Can Play a Role in a Child Injury
Les Podlog said it is not uncommon for injured teens to feel like their peers might view them as “weak” or “soft.”
Ancient Flying Pterosaur Also Sailed Seas
Tapejara was an excellent flyer that also had an innate nautical knowledge of sailing.
Partnership with Chemists Yields New Discovery
Research could lead to greater understanding of ionic liquids used in high-efficiency solar cells;
Psychology Student Finds Less Automation Better
Recent graduate Arathi Sethumadhavan's research could help air traffic control designers.
The Naked Gospel: Disrobing Christianese Jargon
Texas Tech linguistics professor Andrew Farley's new book delves into the truth of Jesus' teachings
Texas Tech Receives Nearly $1 Million Grant From NSF
The $978,000 grant will be used to administer the growing number of STEM educational outreach programs at the university
Researcher Creates New Weapon in War on Bacteria
Tech researcher publishes discovery of chemical additive that may make old antibiotics viable against antibiotic-resistant bugs.
Professor Receives NSF Career Grant
Professor Michael Mayer's research focuses on developing new, more flexible plastic materials.
Island Species Losing Ground
Researcher says history of Southeast Asia’s rainforests is crucial to understanding deforestation impact.
Professor Receives National Institutes of Health Grant
Research group receives grant to continue developing synthetically produced anti-inflammatory & pain medicines.
Climate Change Impacts Americans
New assessment of national, regional impacts shows challenges ahead for Great Plains.
Undergraduate Research Keeps Fires Lit
Psychology expert and author, Roman Taraban, discusses creating effective undergraduate research programs in science.
Researchers Participate in Tornado Project
Researchers from Texas Tech's Atmospheric Science group will participate in a field project to uncover the secrets of tornadoes.