Working alongside CoMC faculty mentors, three CoMC undergraduate researchers gain first-hand experience and explore the academic world by assisting and conducting research in the areas of communication behavior and social robotics.
Have you ever wanted to see what it’s like to sit in one of the booths at The Raider 88.1 KTXT-FM?Or, look at a large lecture hall from the professor’s perspective? What about walking around CoMC’s state-of-the-art research labs? Now you can!
CoMC journalism instructor Lucinda Holt and Manchester Metropolitan University colleague Eleanor Shember-Critchley, Ph.D., forge an international connection for their students in joint coverage of the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Julia Heard Witt, M.Ed., senior director of advising and recruiting for the College of Media & Communication, was recently recognized with a President’s Excellence Award for her work in promoting diversity, equity and inclusion on the Texas Tech University campus.
Taylor Plate, a senior public relations major from Allen, Texas, has been selected as the College of Media & Communication’s banner bearer for the Spring 2020 graduation ceremony. Plate was nominated for her outstanding academic record as an undergraduate student.
The 2020 Thomas Jay Harris Distinguished Lecture Series was held Friday, March 6 at 11:30 a.m. at the International Cultural Center at Texas Tech University and featured speaker Robert G. Picard, Ph.D., an established academic expert on media management and economics.