In true West Texas fashion, Texas Tech University and its surrounding communities came together, overcame tremendous obstacles, and, against all odds, finally got the veterinary school they had waited so long for.
Sitting in an office surrounded by taxidermy, maps of Texas and legal documents, Captain Aryn Corley gives a flawless impersonation of Superman amidst countless jokes and belly laughter that can be heard down the hall.
As the importance of agricultural education increases, the National Ranching Heritage Center continues to provide educators with innovative […]
From training and competing in Ironman races, to a new position right before a global pandemic, you could […]
Barry Street’s background in agriculture paved the way to where he is today and the impact he is making within the Texas Tech and West Texas communities.
A recent high school graduate from a rural West Texas town stepped onto the Texas Tech University campus in fall of 2000 – the turn of a new century. She knew three things: she loved agriculture, she enjoyed politics, and she had absolutely no idea what she wanted to be when she “grew up.” Yet, there she stood, meeting with her academic adviser, “all grown up.”
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.
Texas Tech University School of Law Native to the South Plains, Evan Johnson, is a Texas Tech University […]
Texas Tech University track and field athlete Bret-Leigh Nance is running the race for success. The agricultural communication […]
Ghana’s poverty and hunger have declined steadily over the last 20 years thanks, mostly, to improved agricultural extension […]
By doing more than just observing, Greene was able to paint not from a picture he took but what he felt in those moments. By living, breathing and working in the atmospheres ranch cowboys are in every day, Greene instills those emotions in each piece of artwork he creates.
On Jan. 2, 2017, in Amarillo, Texas, four children died and five others were hospitalized after a pesticide, previously applied, was sprayed with water under their mobile home, which produced a toxic phosphine gas.
On a tranquil spring evening, Jerod Foster spoke to his students as the sun descended into the mountains. A golden light was thrown across the El Solitario in the heart of Big Bend Ranch State Park and illuminated the desert sky with vibrant pink shadows.
“From that day forward he kinda instilled in me to just be Fearless.”
“I’ve always been told and appreciate that the only real justification for veterinary medicine is to improve human health.”
C oming from one of the most vibrant and cultural cities in Texas, San Antonio. Ariana Rivera is […]
Most students, might not understand the importance of being involved in their campus community, but one animal science student is proving the value of campus involvement and finding your place.
“I think Jerrad is probably the best thing that’s ever happened to the Texas Tech Rodeo program,” Lindsey said. “It takes a special individual to be a great coach, and I think we’ve found ours.”
When you imagine the typical professor, you might be visualizing some strict, straightforward individual. One professor at Texas Tech University is anything but the status quo.
Landscape is, in essence, humanity taking upon themselves the responsibility to accelerate biophysical prophecies,” Sowell said. “It also means that there is a need to care for that landscape and manage it in order to achieve the goals and objectives that the cultural and social outline.”
Members of the Texas Tech Rodeo Team come from all across North America. The rodeo life is part of their heritage and all have the goal to continue building Texas Tech’s legacy.
“The saying that it takes a village to raise a kid was really true for me,” Ainsley said. “There were multiple people in my life who influenced me and helped raise me, and when I started walking around the agriculture department that is exactly what I felt, the village.”