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College of Human Sciences

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We are highlighting how the College of Human Sciences exists to improve and enhance the human condition. Join us on the journey to discover better ways to live.

We believe in living a healthy, fulfilling life. That's why we're discovering better ways to live. Whether that's how we eat, manage finances, or navigate relationships. We are at the forefront of human-centered research and focused on cutting-edge health sciences issues. We're changing the way we see the world through design. We're raising the bar for restaurants and hotels and exploring and setting trends in fashion merchandising. We're finding better ways to understand and teach our children. We're doing all this and more. We're COHS and we're Making Lives BetterWe're Improving and Enhancing the Human Condition.

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Apparel Design and Manufacturing Program Ranked Among Top 10 Fashion Design Schools in The Southwest by Ashley Brister

The Department of Design's program has seen consistent top rankings and been named one of the best programs in the country.

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Top Stories
Interdisciplinary Research Examines Elderly People's Disaster Resilience
Kristi Gaines, Ph.D. Serves in New Role as the Graduate School's Associate Dean for Student Affairs
Nutritional Sciences' Faculty Awarded 2017 TTU President's Collaborative Research Initiative
Pi2 Features College of Human Sciences Student Scholars
Human Development and Family Studies Student Helps Victims of Hurricane Harvey
Eye Tracking and Robots: Early Interventions for Children at Risk for Autism
College of Human Sciences faculty members honored at the 1st Annual Celebration of Faculty Excellence in Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity
Apparel Design & Manufacturing (ADM) Program Teams Up with RPS Solutions and Halliburton to Re-Invent Women's Workwear
Hospitality and Retail Management Graduate Student Brianna Ellison Competes in International Taekwondo Championship
Human Development and Family Studies Doctoral Student Selected for Teaching Mentorship Program
Human Sciences students selected as Senior Captains for 2018 Red Raider Orientation
Nutritional Sciences' John Parenti II named Director of Nutrition for University of Minnesota Athletics
2017 Recipients of Come ‘N' Go Grant Program
Alumnus Eddie Canales gives back to his community with impactful role at Houston ISD
Marriage and Family Therapy's Valerie Handley selected as 2017 SFBTA Research Award recipient
What It Means to be Homecoming Queen
Nutritional Sciences Student Receives Outstanding Dissertation Award
Alumnus Jon Robertson named to Investment News' 40 Under 40
Apparel Design and Manufacturing student contributes to Alzheimer's Dress Behavior Study
CCFCS Celebrates 50 Years
Texas Wine Marketing Research Institute Hosts Fulbright Scholar
College of Human Sciences Faculty and Alumni Named 40 Under 40 by InvestmentNews
Human Development and Family Studies Professor Awarded National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant
Interior and Environmental Design alumna's research positively impacts lives through furniture design
College of Human Sciences Well Represented On Staff Senate

Media Releases and Advisories

Advisory: 2017 Hand Up for Harvey Benefits Tech Students Impacted by Harvey

Advisory: A Gatsby Event Speakeasy

Release: Monitoring Review of Texas Tech University Early Head Start by the Administration for Children and Families

Release: Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) program named to 5 Best Colleges for Human Development Majors in Texas

Release: Nutritional Sciences Assistant Professor Allison Childress Awarded 2018 Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Distinguished Scientist Award

Release: Skyviews Spring 2018 Dinner Series

Release: Christine DeVitt and Helen DeVitt Jones Child Development Research Center (CDRC) Earns National NAEYC Accreditation

Release: Apparel Design and Manufacturing Program Ranked Among Top 10 Fashion Design Schools in the Southwest

Release: Hospitality and Retail Management Graduate Team Takes Third Place in Market Study Competition

Release: Personal Financial Planning Professor Harold Evensky Awarded the First Advocacy Leadership Award

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