TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY NEWS



Texas Tech University, Rockwall ISD to Announce New Partnership
eLearning
Texas Tech and Rockwall ISD will sign an academic agreement.


Latin American Politics Expert Available to Discuss Venezuelan, Colombian Elections
College of Arts and Sciences
Iñaki Sagarzazu is an assistant professor in the Texas Tech University Department of Political Science who specializes in Venezuelan politics and how institutions’ roles in politics affect individual voters.


Renewable Grid Integration and Microgrid Control Technology is the Future of Renewable Energy
College of Engineering
Texas Tech University expert available to discuss new renewable energy options.


Expert: Sports Gambling Legalization Could Provide Some Big Opportunities
College of Arts and Sciences
Matt Huml holds a doctorate in sport administration and teaches courses in sport law and governance, organizational behavior in sports and social issues in sports.


The Lubbock Chorale Hosts Venice-Inspired Performance
events
The performance is titled “The Glory of Venice.”


Museum of Texas Tech University Hosts Dino Day
News Releases
Attendees can learn about dinosaurs through this event at the Museum.


Media Invited to Red Raider Startup High School Program's Final Presentations
News Releases
The student-focused entrepreneurial event is hosted by the Innovation Hub at Research Park.


Economics Expert Available to Discuss Merger of Sprint and T-Mobile
Rawls College of Business Administration
After years of negotiations, the major wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile announced a massive merger on Sunday (April 29), but a Texas Tech University economics expert says it’s not a done deal yet.


Texas Tech University Hosts Small Business Expo
events
The fourth annual expo is held in conjunction with National Small Business Week.


Texas Tech Hosts 13th Annual Burkhart Walk for Autism Awareness
events
The community and students are invited to support National Autism Awareness Month.


Media Welcome to CDRC Carnival During Week of the Young ChildTM
events
The event closes a full week of special activities.


Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library Hosts Sowell Conference
Libraries
The conference is on the Sowell Family Collection in Literature, Community & the Natural World.


Texas Tech Hosts Conference on the Advancement of Women
News Releases
The conference will feature guest speakers and performers.


Plaque Dedication Ceremony to Honor Former President Guy Bailey
President
Bailey served as the 15th president of Texas Tech, from 2008 to 2012.


Texas Tech Regent John B. Walker Featured Speaker for Terry Lee Grantham Memorial Energy Law Lecture Series
School of Law
Walker is the CEO of EnerVest, Ltd., one of the 25 largest oil and gas companies in the U.S.


The American Society of Mechanical Engineers at Texas Tech University Hosts Fourth Annual Junkyard Wars
College of Engineering
Teams of Texas Tech students will compete against each other in various challenges.


Obesity Expert: Study Suggesting Severe Calorie Restriction Lengthens Life Advances Proof of Concept but Provides Few Practical Implications
college of human sciences
Nikhil Dhurandhar is an obesity expert with more than 35 years’ experience in nutrition.


Tornado Experts Available to Give Insight on Severe Weather
wind
Peak tornado season is March through May.


Presidential Lecture & Performance Series Closes Spring Season
events
The finale will be the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company.


Climate Science Center Hosts Seminar on Climate and Food
News Releases
The seminar will cover topics including food security and nutrition.


Texas Tech University at El Paso Sponsoring AULA's 'Porous Borders' Symposium
events
This is the fourth symposium for the journal Architecture and Urbanism in Las Américas.


Arbor Day Registration Now Open
Campus Life
Students, faculty and staff are invited to join together to beautify campus.


Texas Tech Hosts Guest Artist Recital
College of Visual and Performing Arts
The Imbroglio Sextet performance will benefit music in Haiti.


Chess Team Headed to NYC for President's Cup
events
The team will compete for the fifth straight year at the championship, also known as the Final Four of College Chess.


School of Music Hosts Performance with Frenship Middle School Gold Band
College of Visual and Performing Arts
The two ensembles will play side-by-side in the Hemmle Recital Hall.