Brashears is excited to bring her experiences she gained in Washington D.C., back to her career at Texas Tech and incorporate those skills into her everyday roles as a faculty member. From teaching students, to leading several research projects, she will now be able to add a new dimension to the work that she is currently doing.
When someone mentions the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, what comes to mind? Funnel cakes, livestock shows, carnival rides and rodeos?
Arellano is still in the same building on campus, 44 years later, with everyone knowing her as Mrs. Kay. She said in these past 44 years, she has touched the lives of about 1,400 undergraduate students, 400 graduate students, and 60 faculty members.
“I mean, it’s those kinds of things that are the cool moments, the cool memories,” Doerfert said. “It’s not the awards. It’s those moments when I see someone successful because maybe I had a little bit to do with it. That’s my reward. That’s the thing that make me happy.” – David Doerfert
Faculty in the Department of Agricultural Education and Communications received funding for not one, but two grants through the Hispanic Serving Institution Grants Program in 2020.
As Texas Tech University students this past fall walked back on the campus they called their ‘home away […]
After many years spent in the classroom teaching economics to college students, Eduardo Segarra, Ph.D., has decided to close the textbooks and open a new chapter with his grandchildren.
“Her wealth of knowledge of the agriculture industry and her ability to connect with our faculty makes her an outstanding asset to our team,” Bratcher said. “She understands agricultural science and is in her element when surrounded by agriculturalists.”
CSI lab or aquatic lab? When stepping into Barnes, Ph.D., aquatics lab, it feels as if you’re stepping into a CSI Lab watching students look through microscopes at swabs from drinking glasses and door handles in search of DNA.
Nearly 80 years ago, Franklin D. Roosevelt declared the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor “a day that will live in infamy,” and it certainly has. On that day, the course of history was forever altered, and so, too, were the lives of many families in the Texas Panhandle.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday college life, hundreds of Texas Tech University students pass by the Dairy Barn, unaware of its profound history and present-day purpose. However, 50 years ago, many students’ lives, and educations, depended on the Dairy Barn.
What was known as a meat shortage to many felt like an opportunity for Raider Red Meats to shine.