Three Texas Tech professors explore the spooky and fun aspects of Halloween.
Plus: Two Texas Tech Researchers Win National Awards for New Technologies & How Scientific Research Transitions from the Lab to Become a Tool to Improve Patient Care
Texas Tech faculty members were instrumental in a critical part of this discovery.
A Texas Tech professor educated hospice caretakers about the Vietnam War so that they could better assist the war's veterans in their final stages of life.
Nearly 20 years after it began, the public art program transforms the Texas Tech campus into a collection of engaging enrichment. The director of the program, Emily Wilkinson, talks about the art on campus.
The fossilized plesiosaur Sankar Chatterjee found in 1984 is giving scientists a new understanding of convergent evolution between reptiles and mammals.
Professor Michelle Pantoya and her colleagues are making engineering accessible for children through books and games.
- Texas Tech Receives National Recognitions
- Texas Tech Faculty Earn National and International Recognition
- Texas Tech Students Earn National Recognition
- Texas Tech Faculty, Students Receive Fulbright Scholarships
- Political Scientist Selected for Foreign Policy Fellowship
- Professor Chosen for Prestigious Fellowship with the State Department
- Professor Appointed to White House Council of Economic Advisers
- Texas Tech Meets Enrollment Criteria to Quality as Hispanic-Serving Institution
- Texas Tech University System Chancellor Testifies in US House Committee on Agriculture Hearing
- Texas Tech Launches Local Chapter of National Academy of Inventors
- Texas Tech Names New Law School Dean
- Texas Tech Researchers Lend Expertise to Shale Task Force Report
- Two Texas Tech Alumni Appointed to Top Federal Government Positions