Texas Tech University's Discoveries to Impact Week (DTI) is scheduled for March 30th-April
3rd, 2020 and you are invited to be a part of the magic! Programs and activities throughout
the week will highlight and demonstrate the wide range of research, innovation, and
engagement occurring at Texas Tech University and in our community! DTI Week at Texas
Tech seeks to raise awareness and challenge faculty, staff and students to be responsive
to community and societal needs and to provide innovative solutions to the complex
problems facing our region, state, nation, and world. We want our partners to join
us in showcasing great ideas, driving workforce development, and highlighting West
Texas as the place for business.
Discoveries to Impact Week 2020 will begin with the largest undergraduate research conference in the nation. Students from diverse disciplines will share knowledge and ingenuity through poster and oral presentations, visual art exhibits, and artistic performances. Mid-week, attendees are invited to hear from a variety of keynote speakers and panelists during the Regional Engaged Scholarship Symposium and attend a startup pitch competition. The week will conclude at the First Friday Art Trail with a reception and a chance to meet all the outstanding researchers and entrepreneurs from the week!
PRESENT AT THE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH CONFERENCE
REGIONAL ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP SYMPOSIUM SUBMISSION
TTU ACCELERATOR COMPETITION
Registration for all attendees, presenters, judges, competitors, volunteers, and/or speakers.
Submit an abstract to present during the Undergraduate Research Conference. Open to TTU students as well as external undergraduate students.
Submit an abstract to present at the Regional Engaged Scholarship Symposium to advance the theory and practice of engaged teaching, research, or creative activity.
Apply to the TTU Accelerator Program. Open to all students, faculty, and community members.