As the agricultural science teacher started her lesson about equine science, she looked out to a classroom full of talented students […]
The Texas Tech University Black Cultural Center is a thriving communal space dedicated to supporting students, faculty, and staff.
The road to entrepreneurship is drastically different for each individual. However, each story holds the spirit of entrepreneurship that begins within the roots of agriculture and Davis College.
Shumate started her college experience on “ag row”, but that quickly changed after taking a course taught by Brendan Kelly, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Plant and Soil Science.
In 1925, when Texas Tech University opened its doors with four major colleges, one being the School of Agriculture, there was no way of telling the impact the college would have on not only the local region, but also the whole world.
The Davis College is the only college at Texas Tech University that has its own government internship program. One of the longtime supporters of this program is Plains Cotton Growers, Inc.
From the mountains of Las Cruces, New Mexico, to the plains of Lubbock, Texas, agricultural economics and business administration major Denny Atchley, is setting up the future generations of cattle producers to go above and beyond in this industry.
The year is 1934 and a letter is sent home to Wellington, Texas. John Henry Baumgardner writes about the experience he is having at Texas Technological College, a school that is only 11 years old.
The Texas Tech faithful know the end of any athletic event or commencement ceremony will involve the singing of the alma mater. In just the third line of the Matador Song, the choir of novices sings, “Bear our banners, far and wide.” This spirit of adventure is ingrained in the Red Raider spirit, and it is something to be celebrated within the Davis College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
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.
Reagan Taylor is a driven and passionate student who is dedicated to pursuing her career in agriculture education.
Samantha Gaddie, a recent Texas Tech University graduate and agricultural science teacher for Green County Central School District in Kentucky, studied a mixed methods approach to understanding retention of female agriculture educators.
Chelsea Hatch, of Plainview, Texas, is paving her way in the agricultural education industry.
Seat belts are fastened, and tray tables are in their upright position, the landing is approaching. Out of […]
Kylie Harlan, a Texas Tech University student with a bachelor’s in agricultural communications and current master’s degree pursuant, […]
Not having grown up in agriculture, Caylee Lemmons from Keller, Texas, went from being the first in her family to join FFA, to an agricultural education major at Texas Tech University.
As a sixth-generation Red Raider, Jenne Arrott has been accustomed to the programs implemented by the university to […]
Maeley Herring knew the two things she was passionate about were agriculture and helping students. It’s not often you find a career that lets you do things you dream of. Herring found just that at Texas Tech.
Sensing there was an unused creative side patiently waiting under her tool belt, Hannah Hudgens decided to pursue agricultural communications at Texas Tech University.
The Agriculturist has long been a staple capstone experience for agricultural communications students at Texas Tech University. Students in […]
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.
Gordon Davis, Ph.D., and his wife Joyce announced a historic $44 million gift to the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The college has been renamed the Davis College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources in his honor.