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Built on more than 40 years of research, Texas Tech University's National Wind Institute (NWI -- formerly the Wind Science and Engineering [WiSE] Research Center) represents the nation’s leading university wind-focused research and education enterprise.

NWI serves as Texas Tech University’s intellectual hub for interdisciplinary and commercialization and education activities related to wind science, wind energy, wind engineering and wind hazard mitigation and serves faculty affiliates, students, and external partners.

The NWI vision is to stimulate discovery and innovation, provide and implement solutions to wind-related problems, establish multi-dimensional partnerships, and educate the next generation of wind workforce.

NWI delivers and manages a wide suite of academic and professional development offerings supported by our cutting-edge research facilities, expert technical and administrative staff, a select group of students, and renowned faculty with ground-breaking ideas and the skills to make it happen.

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New students

Are you a student entering the Bachelor's degree in Wind Energy program? Starting our Wind Energy Graduate Certificate program? Or the TTU-DNV GL Credentialing program?

Have some questions about what to do next? See the link below for a guide so you're ready to hit the ground running when you start in Fall 2014.

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To celebrate the start of the new Fall 2014 semester, NWI hosted a welcome party for new and returning students. Pizza, ice cream, and a good time was had by many hungry attendees. Thank you all for attending!

Go Red Raiders!

(Below) - Three smiling faces from some TTU students who visited the recent NWI Open House event.

TTU NWI student assistants work on a recent test for a storm shelter component.