Dear Alumni and Friends,
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Texas Tech University
is happy to finish off a good year. Despite Covid-19 and the transition from online
back to in-person, our students and faculty have done a great job at bouncing back.
We are proud to recognize our Spring 2022 graduates and the accomplishments made by
our faculty, students, and staff this semester.
The ECE department has 25 tenured faculty/tenure track faculty and five instructors, all with a passion for improving education for future electrical and computer engineers. We are home to 652 undergraduate students and 144 graduate students who have the opportunity to obtain ABET accredited BS degrees in Computer and Electrical Engineering, and Electrical Engineering MS and Ph. D. degrees, focusing on design, development, research, and innovation. We always look forward to the students' presentation of their project labs and participation in department-wide events. All undergraduate students are offered an opportunity to study abroad, which will help them have a future global impact in engineering and leadership.
Although the department is robust in research, it also has a strong focus on putting students first. Students are encouraged to communicate with faculty and can easily schedule and visit with faculty in their offices or online. The dedication to students is evident in the number of university-level and national teaching awards won by the faculty. Several faculty members also employ undergraduate students in their research lab, giving them early exposure to advanced research.
This newsletter will present some highlights of the Texas Tech ECE department from Spring 2022.
Stephen Bayne, Ph.D.
Professor and ECE Chair
910 Boston Avenue – ECE 224
Lubbock, Texas 79409-3102
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