Texas Tech System Endowment Passes $1 Billion

Funds will be used to expand scholarships, establish endowments and build new facilities. [more]


news

Graduate Programs Ranked Among Nation's Best

Colleges of Engineering and Business crack top 100 in U.S. News & World Report lists. [more]

Rawls College of Business Named One of Best Schools for Veterans

This is the first time an individual college at Texas Tech is ranked for serving veterans. [more]



Mentor Tech's Annual Banquet Features Bill Cosby

The comedic icon will give the keynote speech during the Mentor Tech annual banquet on April 22. [more]

Department Chairman Honored by Actors Hall of Fame

Mark Charney was cited for his education work with Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. [more]



University Press Literary Lubbock Benefit Tickets on Sale

The event features authors and local wines at 5:30 p.m. May 1st at The Legacy Event Center. [more]

Texas Tech Archives Receives History of Financial Planning Memorabilia

Rare items belonging to one of the founding fathers will be displayed in the SWC/SCL. [more]



Law Professor Re-elected President of NCAA's Faculty Athletics Representatives Association

Brian Shannon will continue to oversee the NCAA’s FBS faculty athletics representatives. [more]

Architecture Students Win Design Competition

Texas Tech team competes to develop a health and wellness center. [more]

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Texas Tech Named Best Value College

According to Kiplinger, Texas Tech is among the 25 best college values under $30,000 per year. [more]



College of Education Earns TAP Award of Distinction

Higher education institutions recognized for commitment to advancing educator effectiveness. [more]




Texas Tech Professors Receive Highest Recognition

The Horn Professorship recognizes scholarly achievement and outstanding service to Texas Tech. [more]



Texas Tech Hosts ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Science Camp

The university has been selected as one of 20 universities to host this Texas Tech alumnus' summer camp. [more]



Texas Tech Recognized for Empowering Women

The Women’s Studies Program has worked to make campus a safe place. [more]



FIRST Team 1817 Wins Robotic Regional Competition

The team is now qualified to compete at the national competition in St. Louis. [more]




research

Getting to Know Robert V. Duncan

Texas Tech's new vice president for research discusses his vision for the future. [more]



Graduate Students Impress Judges with their Research

(VIDEO) More than 150 Red Raiders participated in the 13th annual research poster competition. [more]


New Zealand Gets Taste of Texas Tech's Beef Expertise

Researchers and students help country overhaul beef market and provide tastier product. [more]

Texas Tech Scientist Raises Concern of Using Beta Agonists in Beef Cattle

The challenge is the drug aids efficiency but raises incidences of death. [more]

Physicist, Team Observe Closest Milemarker Supernova

Type Ia supernovae used to judge distances. This could improve future measurements. [more]



Texas Tech Names Research Fellows

Guy Loneragan, Patricia DeLucia will help in faculty development for Office of the Vice President for Research. [more]



Computer Scientists and Multidisciplinary Team Receive Grant to Build Faster, More Efficient Supercomputer Prototype

Technology aims to eliminate computing bottleneck created by data-intensive applications. [more]


features

Easy as Pi: Alum Hopes Pie Pan Leads to Sweet Success

When Garrett Heath realized such a product didn't exist, he took matters into his own hands. [more]


2014 Raider Roadshow Visits the Houston Galleria

(VIDEO) Texas Tech representatives tour the state to visit with prospective students and answer their questions. [more]


Student Spotlight: Third-Generation Military Family Member Inspired to Serve

Texas Tech University ROTC student recently awarded scholarship by state representative. [more]


Texas Tech Celebrates Women in Texas Music

Crossroads of Music Archive celebrates Women’s History Month with exhibit on Women in Texas Music. [more]


Midnight Message: Alumnus' Art Appears in Times Square

The short runs at 11:57 p.m. every night during March at "The Crossroads of the World." [more]


Lecture Series Continues to Promote African-American Culture, History

The series has brought renowned speakers to Texas Tech, with plans for more. [more]


Professor: Cesar Chavez Movie Important Story to Share

Miguel Levario, associate professor in the Department of History, reviews the life of the civil rights activist. [more]



TechTeach Helps Student Pursue Teaching Certificate

Donna West, a mother of two, is a teacher candidate in the Texas Hill Country program. [more]



alumni news

Get Your Tickets for the 2015 TTAA Raffle

The lucky winner will choose from these prize packages: The Masters (April 2015) or the Kentucky Derby (May 2015). [more]


Three Texas Tech Alumni Recognized As Top Young Lawyers In Texas

R. Heath Cheek, Kristopher Hill and Heather Jobe were named "Texas Rising Stars" by Super Lawyers. [more]

The Liberty Mutual Insurance Alumni Cup Golf Tournament

Make plans now to join the Texas Tech Alumni Association at The Liberty Mutual Insurance Alumni Cup on July 14 at the Rawls Course! [more]


Cash Back. Bill Credits. It’s Good to be a Red Raider.

The Texas Tech Alumni Association has teamed up with Everything Energy to bring you great rewards and a great price. [more]


athletics news

Football Season Ticket Sales Record Surpassed

Texas Tech inching closer to its first sellout of Jones AT&T Stadium through season ticket sales. [more]


Preview: Spring Game

Red Raiders hold annual spring game on Saturday at 11 a.m. [more]

Red Raiders Earn Eighth Straight National Ranking

National Collegiate Baseball Writers' Association tabbed the Red Raiders No. 30 in this week's national poll. [more]


Red Raiders Make Season Debut in Top 10

Men's track and field team appears at No. 10 in the USTFCCCA Week 1 computer rankings. [more]