Texas Tech University

Transdisciplinary Research Academy

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The Transdisciplinary Research Academy (TTUTRA) is designed to bring people with diverse interests together to explore questions that have a global impact and intersect with the strategic research themes established by the university.

Achieving external funding is not the sole outcome of Academy projects. Academy members also are encouraged to develop white papers and grant proposals for agencies and foundations promoting potential solutions to global issues. Academy members may develop programs curricula to stimulate interactions across disciplines, as well.


Transdisciplinary Research Academy Announcements
  • OVPR will begin accepting nominations for TTUTRA cohorts beginning October 3. Applications will be accepted until Nov. 27. Learn More >>
  • TTUTRA Event
    10 a.m., Oct. 3 in the SUB Senate Room.
    Keynote Presentation: USAID's Director of Technical Support for the Middle East and Asia Bureaus
  • 2012 Transdisciplinary Academy Members
    The Transdisciplinary Research Academy chose 34 members to represent the 2012 innaugural class. The members make up nine teams expected to generate new research projects for potential funding, write white papers for agencies and foundations, or develop curricula or programs that produce interaction across academic disciplines. Meet the teams.