Degrees of Impact
Texas Tech faculty members were instrumental in a critical part of this discovery
Less than two weeks after the founders of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for the detection of gravitational waves, LIGO scientists, including Texas Tech University's own Alessandra Corsi and Benjamin Owen, are announcing another major scientific breakthrough.
Texas Tech Breaks Ground on School of Theatre and Dance Complex
The renovations and expansion will give students, faculty and staff access to innovative technology and updated learning, rehearsal and performance spaces.
Engineer Developing Methods, Applications to Construct Blood Vessels Using 3-D Printing Technology
Changxue Xu's research is critical to the development of 3-D organ printing.
Message from the President
Something powerful happens every day at Texas Tech. It reaches far beyond our Texas roots. Our outstanding programs and faculty turn students' passions into pathways to create the future with meaningful results. It's why Texas Tech graduates are often recognized for making lasting change in industries, communities, countries, and even day-to- day life around the globe. Those are the degrees of impact you make when you're a Red Raider.