Texas Tech Chosen to Assist National Vietnam War Commemoration

The school will work with the U.S. Department of Defense to recognize the war's 50th anniversary. [more]


news

Petroleum Engineering and Research Building Groundbreaking

The new $20 million project will house formal teaching environments and modern research facilities. [more]


Human Sciences Adds Another Department

The new Department of Community, Family and Addiction Services should continue college's success. [more]


Rawls College of Business Featured in Princeton Review

"Best 296 Business Schools: 2013 Edition" lists Texas Tech as one of the top places to earn an MBA. [more]


Society of Environmental Journalists Conference Showcases Texas Tech

About 560 journalists, expert speakers and others from around the globe descended on Lubbock. [more]


Texas Tech Launches Institute for the Study of Western Civilization

The new institute is the only program of its kind among major U.S. universities. [more]


Rawls College of Business Honors Distinguished Alumni

Two Texas Tech graduates and a distinguished friend were honored. [more]


Energy Commerce Students, Lubbock Community Light Up Tent City

Together they installed solar energy panels to help out the homeless. [more]


Southwest Conference Circle to be Preserved

The landmark has to be removed due to construction of the Petroleum Engineering Research Building. [more]


Preschool Students Participate in College of Education Event

The local children participated in a reading of "Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad." [more]

Upward Bound Receives Federal Funding for New Program

The award brings the total for the Upward Bound program to $4.75 million for 2012. [more]


Texas Tech Retires Midnight Matador

The 13th horse in the Masked Rider program is the longest-serving mascot in the school's history. [more]



Human Sciences Hosts 30th Annual Distinguished Alumni Luncheon

The honorees were recognized with an event at the Lubbock Country Club. [more]


Segran Honored as Texas Public Chief Information Officer of the Year

He has enhanced Texas Tech's mission through the strategic planning, investment and efficient use of information technology. [more]


Alumni Association Honors 2012 Top Techsans

Staff members were honored for extraordinary work proficiency and an attitude of team spirit. [more]


Texas Tech Joins National "Got Your 6" Campaign

The school has many programs and services in place to help military veterans and their families succeed. [more]



College of Architecture Honors Distinguished Alumni

Honorees were recently recognized in Austin, during a Texas Tech alumni reception. [more]


Meat Judging Team Wins Big at American Royal

Texas Tech claimed first-place honors at the event for the fifth-straight year. [more]




Law School Teams Take Top Two Spots at National Competition

The event was held in Los Angeles and featured 24 teams from across the nation. [more]


research

New Book Predicts Bright Future for the Great Plains

Texas Tech researcher played a major role in helping show the region's surprising potential. [more]


Law School, College of Engineering Awarded Cybersecurity Grant

The NSF grant will prepare students for the cybersecurity challenges they may face in the future. [more]


Researchers Measure Debate Reactions in Real Time

They are using state-of-the-art technology in the college's Center for Communication Research. [more]


Students Selected for Inaugural Research Scholarship

Erica Barhorst and Daniel Stroud will each receive $500 to fund their research efforts. [more]

Researchers Studying Nanotube Toxicity Develop Method for Finding Them in Soils

This is the first step in determining effects of carbon nanotubes in the environment. [more]


Students Shine in Healthcare Design Competition

The Texas Tech team won the competition with its idea of care control stations. [more]


Engineering Students Win Big With Tiny Rheometer

This marks the third straight victory, and sixth out of the last eight years, for Texas Tech. [more]

features

Nailing Down the Future of the Rawls College of Business

New dean, Lance Nail, has high expectations for students, faculty and staff. [more]


Newly Renovated Home Bolsters Exercise and Sport Sciences

The entire department is now housed in the same building for the first time. [more]


Temple Grandin Visits Texas Tech, Shares Experiences

The autistic professor and best-selling author reminds audience that people think differently. [more]


Gameday 2012: Spirit Squads

Follow along as the cheer and pom squads perform at Texas Tech's home game against Oklahoma. [more]


An Easy Sale: Neiman Marcus Exec Impressed with Texas Tech Students

Alumnus James E. Skinner says Red Raiders have a unique advantage with their drive to succeed. [more]

2012 Teaching Academy Inductee: Gerry Beyer

Beyer says he tries to instill a moral and ethical component in his teaching style. [more]


Recognizing Half a Century of Public Broadcasting

Texas Tech's KTTZ-TV recently celebrated its 50-year anniversary. [more]




A Crowning Achievement

Former Texas Tech homecoming queens and kings reminisce about their big day. [more]


Law Professor Opens a Crypt Full of Halloween Legal Cases

Victoria Sutton's book exhumes cases that illustrate subjects first-year law students are expected to master. [more]


Gameday 2012: Homecoming

Follow along as the Texas Tech campus celebrates a week's worth of homecoming festivities. [more]

alumni news

Looking For A Holiday Gift That Lasts Forever?

Order the Official Texas Tech Class ring for your eligible student and have it here before Christmas. [more]

Will Rogers & Soapsuds Want You to Get in the Holiday Spirit

Let the Official Texas Tech Ornament inspire you to get those holiday decorations out! [more]

How Does Your Campus Glow?

Before you've even contemplated Thanksgiving plans or begun your Christmas shopping, the production of Texas Tech's most glowing tradition, Carol of Lights, is well underway. [more]

Texas Tech Diploma Frames Give Back

Whether you're looking for a gift for the graduate in your life or know someone who could use some extra cash for tuition, the Texas Tech Alumni Association has you covered. [more]

Raiders to the Rescue

When it comes to supporting other Red Raiders, the Red and Black network runs deep for our friends in the military. [more]

White Zin is Back!

Light, aromatic and crisp, 2012 Texas Raider White Zinfandel is ready just in time for those special holiday meals. [more]

athletics news

Texas Tech to Host Military Appreciation Day on Saturday

The Red Raiders host the Kansas Jayhawks Saturday at 11 a.m. at Jones AT&T Stadium. [more]

Q&A with Former Texas Tech C Bo Altobelli (Minnesota Twins)

Along with being an elite catcher, Altobelli finished Tech career with a .333 batting average. [more]

NCAA Bound: Red Raiders Make History

Texas Tech to host North Texas in first round of NCAA Championships. [more]

Talley Attends Prestigious NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum

Texas Tech junior was one of hundreds of athletes and administers to attend national conference. [more]