Research Centers and Institutes
The Center for Advanced Analytics and Business Intelligence (CAABI) promotes the study of business intelligence, and research and teaching on topics such as big data, business analytics, and statistics.
The CEFB is also actively engaged in several activities that promote entrepreneurial research, academic study and active commercialization related to entrepreneurial discovery and opportunities.
Keith Brigham, Director
Mike Ryan, Executive Director
The mission of the Institute for Leadership Research (ILR) is to support faculty and students in conducting the highest quality quantitative and qualitative research, both basic and applied, focused on leadership, management, and related issues.
With a focus on promoting and supporting excellence in finance research and education, the Institute for Banking and Financial Studies of the Rawls College of Business provides financial and intellectual support to the faculty and students of the Area of Finance and the Rawls College of Business.
Jeff Mercer, Director
Research in PANIL uses functional near infrared spectroscopy, EMG, respiration, EKG, GSR, eye tracking, continuous blood pressure and other physiological responses to address research questions. Additionally, the lab provides research training for undergraduate, Master's, and Ph.D. students.
Shannon Rinaldo, Director
The Texas Tech Neuroimaging Institute (TTNI) is a multi-user neuroimaging facility that promotes cutting-edge interdisciplinary research among Texas Tech University and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center faculty and graduate students. The TTNI provides researchers with brain and body imaging technologies including structural (MRI), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), diffusion tensor imaging and techniques, including multimodal data fusion of EEG, fMRI, and DTI data.
Eric Walden, Director
The Free Market Institute (FMI) at Texas Tech University (TTU) advances research and teaching related to the free enterprise system and the institutional environment necessary for it to function well. The FMI promotes scholarship that crosses disciplinary boundaries, providing a forum that encourages and values discussion and rigorous debate regarding all aspects of free markets. The FMI coordinates programs that engage the university, the broader Lubbock community, and public and scholarly communities across the nation and the world.
Benjamin Powell, Director
The center's objective is to advance the knowledge and professional practice of sales and customer relationship management by providing educational and research opportunities to students and corporate professionals.
Atul Parvatiyar, Director
Rawls College of Business Research
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