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Historic Preservation Team Returns to New York, Continues Mapping an American Icon.
Preserving Liberty – Part 2
Research/Academic Showcase. In 2001, Elizabeth Louden, professor of architecture, led a team of architects and students from Texas Tech’s Historic Preservation Program to produce a set of measured drawings depicting the exterior of the statue of liberty.
Louden, leading a second team of students and professors, returned to Liberty Island in June to capture structural features such as the pedestal and feet that researchers could not record during the first visit. [read more]
U.S. Congressman Visits Health Sciences Center’s Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
Research/Academic Showcase. Randy Neugebauer, who suffered sudden hearing loss in his left ear due to a viral infection, knows first-hand that hearing loss affects people of all ages, not just the elderly. He visited the Health Sciences Center as part of Better Hearing and Speech Month. [read more]
Aging and Quality of Life
Development. Health Sciences Center Researchers receive more than $1.5 Million for geriatrics training.
The goal of the grant is to improve the quality of health care for elderly people by preparing physicians to address their special needs and will position TTUHSC at the cutting edge of geriatric training. [read more]
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gives $1.5 Million to Texas Tech’s Science Education Program
Research/Academic Showcase. The Howard Hughes Medical Institute Science Education Program received a four-year $1.5 million grant in June. The money will help organizers continue an undergraduate research program for students like Octavio Aguilera.
Texas Tech was one of four Texas universities and 50 universities nationwide to receive a Howard Hughes Medical Institute grant to support undergraduate research. This is the fifth consecutive grant for TTU since the program began in 1992. [read more]
Floren Named to PING All-America First Team
Athletics. Red Raider junior first to receive honor in program history.
Endowed Chair Created in Wildlife Management
Development. Texas Tech University’s Department of Range, Wildlife and Fisheries Management has announced the creation of the $1 million Dr. and Mrs. Donald Bricker Chair Endowment in Wildlife Management. [read more]
New Book Lists Collections of Vintage Clothing
TTU Press . Looking for collections of old clothing? This book makes it a snap!
Pair of Red Raiders Named to Preseason Lists
athletics. Ramirez, Dawson receive mention on Outland, Hendricks watch lists. [read more]
Llano Wines and Texas Tech: a Tasty Combination
Alumni Highlights. The wines were developed as a partnership between two icons of the Texas South Plains - Texas Tech University and Llano Estacado Winery. [read more]
Catching Up With Your Fellow Red Raiders
Alumni Highlights. Meet Aleesa Ross, Career Center Director in the College of Mass Communications.