s

Board of Regents Grants Honorary Degree to Timothy Cole

Cole, who was wrongly convicted of rape, was pardoned in 2010. [more]


news

Board of Regents Designates Three New Horn Professors

Named for the first president of Texas Tech, the Horn Professorship is the highest honor the university can bestow upon faculty. [more]

Texas Tech Ranks Second Behind Harvard in 2014 IPO Class

Three CEOs with Texas Tech degrees took their companies public. [more]

Texas Tech Nationally Ranked for Best Extras on Campus

The university was ranked for its recreational facilities. [more]


Plant and Soil Science Professor Earns Prestigious Carnegie Fellowship

International fellowship will help Theo Udeigwe contribute to advancement of higher education in Africa. [more]


Texas Tech Honored Two Straight Years for Online Programs

The university is ranked No. 21 for the 2014-2015 academic year. [more]


Architecture Graduate Student Wins Prestigious Award

Richard Lucio is honored for his work on urban design from Texas AIA Chapter. [more]


Texas Tech Regents Approve Increase in Tuition

Additional resources will support instruction, faculty and staff. [more]



President Nellis Elected Member of SACSCOC Board of Trustees

The Texas Tech President is one of seven members from the state of Texas. [more]



Undergraduate Agriculture Communications Program Tops in the U.S.

The University of Arkansas study tabs Texas Tech program ahead of all others. [more]


Meat Judging Team Grills Competition at Fort Worth Stock Show

Red Raider competitors captured five categories en route to runaway victory. [more]



Developmental Scientist Wins Inaugural Mentoring Award

Todd Little attributes his philosophy of mentorship to having good mentors. [more]


Texas Tech Hosts Arts in Medicine Seminar

The two-day seminar provided an overview of the Arts for Healing Program at Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital. [more]


research

Researchers Receive Grant to Improve Wind Forecasting

Better wind forecasting could spell cheaper energy for consumers deriving power from wind farms. [more]

Researcher Receives $1 Million NSF Grant to Devise New Supercomputing Model

More and different types of data could be handled at one time to avoid data bottlenecks. [more]

Researcher: 'Fifty Shades' Less Naughty, More Normal

Patricia Hawley's research shows submission fantasies are common in both women and men. [more]


Professor to Study Tumor Cells Detection and Movement

Projects will be funded by two CPRIT grants. [more]


Fear of Terrorism Hastens Path to Burnout for Israeli Workers

Rawls College of Business professor, Yitzhak Fried, examined how the fear of terrorism led to insomnia. [more]

features

Physicist Brings Science, Art to Life with Multimedia Performance

Brian Greene combines a fictional story with science and music to create "Icarus at the Edge of Time." [more]

Texas Tech Prepares Students to 'Bear Our Banners Far and Wide'

The university will implement a five-year Quality Enhancement Plan to improve students' communication skills and global awareness. [more]


Texas Tech Doctoral Student Appears on 'Jeopardy!'

Jennifer Harris shows what it takes to be a 'Jeopardy!' contestant. [more]



Student Spotlight: Texas Tech Student Composes, Produces Music

Gilde Flores continues music career while earning undergraduate degree. [more]


Will Rogers and Soapsuds: A 65-Year Tradition

The landmark is one of the most beloved on the Texas Tech University campus. [more]



America Saves Week: Professors Give Savings Tips

Share what you are saving for using #ImSavingFor [more]


Real-World Experience for Future Investment Analysts

Students in the Rawls College of Business manage a near-$3 million portfolio each semester. [more]




Pop Culture Expert Remembers Leonard Nimoy Visit to Texas Tech

The actor best known for portraying Mr. Spock died in late February. [more]



MMA Class Helps Texas Tech Students Learn to Fight

Students and faculty are welcome at a new student-run class that hopes to provide a good workout. [more]


alumni news

Raider Red Statue Campaign Announced

Goal of $300,000 set to build a 10-foot Raider Red statue on the Texas Tech campus. Donate to the fund today! [more]


Springtime Outdoor Safety and Maintenance Tips

Prepare for the upcoming season with these spring home maintenance tips from Liberty Mutual. [more]


Celebrate Our 2015 Distinguished Alumni at the DA Dinner

Join us in honoring Mica R. Endsley, Dan Howard and Terry E. Fuller on March 27. [more]


Join Us for the 2015 Alumni Cup

We’re excited to announce the return of the annual Liberty Mutual Insurance Alumni Cup presented by the Texas Tech Alumni Association. This year's golf tournament is set for May 18 and will be played at The Rawls Course. [more]

athletics news

No. 13 Texas Tech Wins 4-3 on 12th-Inning Walkoff

Texas Tech will face the Miners in a 2 p.m. CT first pitch Wednesday afternoon in El Paso. [more]


Texas Tech Faces Texas In Kansas City

Red Raiders face Longhorns for the third time on Wednesday night. [more]


Seven Red Raiders Named Recipients of Dr. Gerald Lage Award

Seven Red Raider student-athletes earned the Big 12 Conference's highest academic honor Tuesday. [more]


Red Raiders Remain In Top 10 In Final USTFCCCA Rankings

Tech men stay at No. 10, Lady Raiders rise to No. 22 this week. [more]