New Additions Mark Texas Tech's Growth, Progress

Over the past nine months, the university has unveiled five new buildings and two renovation projects. [more]


news

Officials Break Ground on Burkhart Center for Autism

The new facility will house the successful program that is devoted to autism education and research. [more]


Search Committee Named for 16th Texas Tech University President

The committee is chaired by Jerry E. Turner, chairman of the Board of Regents and alumnus. [more]


Law School Earns Top 20 Best Value Ranking

Texas Tech was the lone Texas school ranked by The National Jurist magazine. [more]



Mathematics Professor Receives Jefferson Fellowship

Clyde Martin was one of 13 accepted into the year-long appointment with the U.S. Department of State. [more]


Texas Tech, University of New York in Prague Join Forces

The two schools recently signed a reciprocal agreement to become formal educational partners. [more]

Special Education Master's Program Ranked Among Nation's Best

The online degree program, housed in the College of Education, is listed as 11th best. [more]


Phi Beta Kappa Wins Top Awards at National Meeting

Organization president: 'In simplest terms, these awards mean that what we have built is the best of the best.' [more]


Texas Tech Kicks Off Annual Charitable Campaign

The State Employee Charitable Campaign supports a wide variety of charities and causes. [more]


Sigma Delta Pi Wins Consecutive Awards

The organization was one of 14 chapters recognized as an Honor Chapter. [more]


College of Education Graduates First MS2 Group

Middle school math and science teachers have completed master's degree begun in 2009. [more]


research

Researcher Cites Complacency, Apathy For Recent West Nile Outbreak

Texas Tech's Steve Presley also says the virus may have mutated into a more virulent form. [more]


Program Brings Gifted High School Students to Campus

This year's 12 participants have been conducting intensive research as part of the Clark Scholars. [more]


Amazing or Annoying: How do Fans Really Feel About the Skycam?

Assistant professor Glenn Cummins researched the impact of sports broadcasting's newest technology. [more]

Texas Tech Names Interim Vice President for Research

Michael San Francisco plans to continue fostering research growth at the university. [more]



Nanophotonics Center Receives $2 Million Grant

The grant will help develop the next generation of solid-state high-energy lasers. [more]


New Technology Could Detect a Fall Before it Happens

Texas Tech engineers have developed an early warning system for fall-risk patients. [more]

traditions

Raider Red Selected to Compete in Mascot Challenge

He needs your votes for a chance to win $20,000 for the Texas Tech mascot program. [more]


Welcome to Texas Tech, Make Yourselves at Home!

As a new school year begins, a handful of Red Raiders would like to say, 'Welcome!' [more]


Grave Implications: Professors Prove Zombies Good For Your Brain

Honors College and Communications Studies both will offer classes that delve into the pop-culture craze. [more]


Home Sweet Home: Students Arrive on Campus for New School Year

Texas Tech move-in weekend hosted nearly 7,000 students and their families. [more]


Need a Break? Texas Tech MindSpa Here to Help

It offers students, faculty and staff a variety of resources and equipment to manage stress and anxiety. [more]

Gameday 2012: Goin' Band from Raiderland

Follow along as the band performs at Texas Tech's season opener against Northwestern State. [more]



A Look Back: Summer Commencement Ceremonies

Go behind the scenes as more than 1,300 Red Raiders go from students to alumni. [more]


Teams Prepare to Defend National Championships

Judging is about pursuing excellence in an honorable way and being the absolute best they can be. [more]



Order Up! President, Staff Host Welcome Picnic

Interim President Lawrence Schovanec participates in annual tradition of serving free food to students. [more]


Back To School Fiesta Prepares Students for School Year

More than 4,000 Lubbock-area children visited campus to receive free school supplies and much more. [more]

alumni news

Texas Tech Alumni Association Honors 2012 Top Techsans

A Texas Tech-sized congratulations to the 2012 winners of the Top Techsan Award! The Top Techsan Award, first given in 1973, honors staff of Texas Tech University for extraordinary work proficiency and an attitude of team spirit. [more]

Texas Tech Alumni Association Awards More Than $130,000 in Scholarships

A bunch of Red Raiders are starting the year with some extra green in their pockets. [more]

OLLI, by Golly!

OLLI – short for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The Texas Tech University – offers a fascinating variety of courses geared toward the 50 and older set. [more]

Game Day Central

Whether you're coming home to Raiderland or looking for a local game-watching party, our online Game Day Central has all the information you need to Wreck 'em on game day! [more]

athletics news

Game Preview: New Mexico

Red Raiders set to host the New Mexico Lobos for Celebrate Cotton Game. [more]

Doege Displays True Leadership Qualities Entering 2012

Texas Tech senior quarterback Seth Doege has already earned respect among teammates. [more]

The Inaugural Class

Donny Anderson, E.J. Holub and Dave Parks First To Enter Ring of Honor. [more]

Q&A with Texas Tech shortstop Tim Proudfoot

Proudfoot led all Big 12 freshmen with 21 extra-base hits in 2012. [more]