The culture built through producers working to meet the specifications of the brand to provide consumers with performing product is the cornerstone of CAB. All parts work together through every single stage of the cycle to ensure that what is being created internally is being presented externally.
When someone mentions the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, what comes to mind? Funnel cakes, livestock shows, carnival rides and rodeos?
Sitting in her current office at a job she is passionate about, Stephanie Pruitt glances down at a photo of her beautiful family and reflects on her journey of how she got here.
Once a pharmacy technician, an assistant director at a daycare, a baker, and a bank teller, Amanda Garcia, now works as a business manager for the Department of Agricultural Education and Communications at Texas Tech University. She has been working for Texas Tech for four years and cannot say enough about how good Texas Tech staff have been to her.
“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.”
As Texas Tech University students this past fall walked back on the campus they called their ‘home away […]
“When the student gets it, and the light comes on. That’s when I know I’ve done my job successfully.”
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.
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.
A West Texas native and aspiring artist from Colorado City, Alexxus “Lexi” Haag, started an artistic journey that […]
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.
Klose is inspired everyday by his students and likes to take a nontraditional approach to learning that can accommodate each student.
“Everything I’ve [previously] done is all connected now because I’m working with all my friends and contacts I made while in Lubbock, Austin and Washington, D.C.,” Adams said. “Texas Farm Bureau has allowed me to gain countless new contacts which in-turn help enact good ag policy in D.C. I love working directly for farmers and ranchers and Texas Farm Bureau; you can’t find a better place to work if you’re going to serve the ag community.”
What was known as a meat shortage to many felt like an opportunity for Raider Red Meats to shine.
“Her strength is, without a shadow of a doubt, her ability to communicate,” McBride said. “She has great researching ability and boundaries that are on all sides of the argument.”
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.”