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Alumni News 2023

Fort Hood Renamed in Honor of Texas Tech Alumnus

Gen. Cavazos

Gen. Richard Edward Cavazos graduated from Texas Tech University, then Texas Technological College, in 1951. Cavazos' legacy on the battlefield and beyond has led to the renaming of U.S. Army base Fort Hood in Killeen to Fort Cavazos. Click here to  read more about Gen. Richard Cavazos.gray line

2023 Distinguished Alumni

The Texas Tech College of Arts & Sciences is pleased to announce the college's 2023 Distinguished Alumni awardees. This year we will recognize and honor Brigadier General Clinton K. Murray (Biology, '82) and Dr. Mark W. Scioli (Zoology, '78, Medicine, '82). We will also celebrate our inagural Rising Innovator awardee, Dr. Saba Nafees (Mathematics, '14, Biology, '20). Learn more about this year's recipients, as well as the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Reception by clicking here.

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Texas Tech Centennial Hits the Road on Statewide Mobile Tour

Centennial Trailor

A mobile billboard is hitting the road to promote the Texas Tech Centennial celebrations across the state. The tour will showcase Texas Tech in a fun and creative manner at various locations, including high schools and Texas Tech Alumni Association chapter events. At each tour stop, guests can have their photos taken on the truck and take home Centennial swag. See the full schedule of stops and learn more here!

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