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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."

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An Inside View of Junior Officers in the Vietnam War

Vietnam combat veteran Ron Milam publishes first scholarly book challenging stereotype ofjunior officers.

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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.”

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Ancient Flying Pterosaur Also Sailed Seas

Tapejara was an excellent flyer that also had an innate nautical knowledge of sailing.

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Partnership with Chemists Yields New Discovery

Research could lead to greater understanding of ionic liquids used in high-efficiency solar cells;

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Psychology Student Finds Less Automation Better

Recent graduate Arathi Sethumadhavan's research could help air traffic control designers.

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The Naked Gospel: Disrobing Christianese Jargon

Texas Tech linguistics professor Andrew Farley's new book delves into the truth of Jesus' teachings

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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

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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.

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Professor Receives NSF Career Grant

Professor Michael Mayer's research focuses on developing new, more flexible plastic materials.

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Island Species Losing Ground

Researcher says history of Southeast Asia’s rainforests is crucial to understanding deforestation impact.

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Professor Receives National Institutes of Health Grant

Research group receives grant to continue developing synthetically produced anti-inflammatory & pain medicines.

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Climate Change Impacts Americans

New assessment of national, regional impacts shows challenges ahead for Great Plains.

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Undergraduate Research Keeps Fires Lit

Psychology expert and author, Roman Taraban, discusses creating effective undergraduate research programs in science.

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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.

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