When it comes to passion, Carlye Winfrey is full of it. Her parents told her if she was going to do something, she should do it fully and completely. To her, that means being excited about what you want out of life, no matter what it is.
Growing up in the Golden State of California, Emma Taber has always been surrounded by color. For as long as she can remember, she has always encompassed color theory and had a creative edge.
In the far-right corner of David Lawver’s office, there sits a collection of colorful artwork, vibrant fabrics, hand crafted instruments, and a globe. Each physical item reminds him of the grand adventures he has experienced. His passion for teaching others about agricultural education has taken him all over the world.
Haleigh Erramouspe is a current graduate student at Texas Tech University working towards obtaining a master’s in agricultural communications. She received her undergraduate degree in agricultural communications from Texas Tech in 2020.
Kylie Harlan, a Texas Tech University student with a bachelor’s in agricultural communications and current master’s degree pursuant, […]
As a sixth-generation Red Raider, Jenne Arrott has been accustomed to the programs implemented by the university to […]
The agriculture industry has built a platform and passion for graduate student Kindle Catching. Growing up in Howe, Texas, on a cattle operation and being involved in the industry paved the road for Catching to fuel her passion for agriculture.
Hailing from south Georgia, Ginger Orton is studying to make an impact on the future of agriculture. Ginger, an agricultural communications doctoral student at the Davis College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, has dedicated her research to climate change communications.
Hunter Harris grew up in Abilene, Texas, and graduates from Texas Tech University in May 2023, with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications, and a minor in political science.
Shae Suttle is now a junior animal science major with a concentration in meat science major at Texas Tech. Concluding her 2020 judging year, Texas Tech came out on top as national champions. Suttle and her team did an amazing job of upholding Texas Tech’s meat judging team’s winning reputation.
“I’m curious about everything. I want to know how things work,” Simpson said. “I wouldn’t be in research if I wasn’t curious and completely in love with it.”
“When the student gets it, and the light comes on. That’s when I know I’ve done my job successfully.”
“I love to travel. I love Texas, but I want to help in other countries like Africa, I really want to be active in wildlife habitat restoration on an international level.”
Shafer developed a passion for landscape design by qualifying for the national landscape design contest through FFA. This opened his mind up to the concept of landscape design, which led him to want to pursue a career in landscape architecture.
From a young age, she knew her passion would eventually lead her career.
A West Texas native and aspiring artist from Colorado City, Alexxus “Lexi” Haag, started an artistic journey that […]
Jordan, “is one of the most impressive underclassmen I’ve ever seen based on some of the research projects she has participated in,” Dr. Glen Ritchie, Chair and Associate Professor of the Department of Plant and Soil Science at Texas Tech University, said.
Jessica Marsh grew up in Liberty Hill, Texas and is now an animal science major at Texas Tech University. Marsh was raised on her family’s farm where she first gained her passion for agriculture through her father’s roping horses. The responsibilities the animals gave Marsh in her early childhood laid the foundation for her future endeavors.
The base of the Appalachian Mountains in Cleveland, Georgia, is not the place you would expect to find a Texas Tech Red Raider. Bucky Jackson, however, is not the typical young man.
“Every single class that I took within plant and soil science prepared me for my first job in the wine industry,” Keele said.
The Texas Tech Ranch Horse Team has a reputation of winning multiple national and reserve national championship titles, but the new head coach wants more for his students than winning in the show pen.
A Panhandle native and a leading export in her field of nutrition and energetic in beef cattle has brought her expertise to Texas Tech as the new Thornton Distinguished Chair.