The Texas Tech Health Sciences Center took 30 faculty, students, and scientists to the Texas capital to speak to Texas legislators about their top legislative priorities for this session, primarily, expanding telehealth care in rural communities.
One hundred years ago, on Feb. 10, 1923, Governor Pat Neff signed the school charter bill, creating a new college in West Texas, to be named Texas Technological College. Today we call it Texas Tech University.
Members of the Lubbock ISD sports medicine staff spent Friday morning learning how to better care for student-athletes. Monty Gibson, the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Cleveland Browns shared his knowledge and experience.
Olton ISD originally dismissed classes early on February 1st, due to a suspected gas leak. Now, two days later the district claims school is canceled as they investigate what they are calling a “harmful substance”.
The Dean of the Davis College, Clinton Krehbiel, says enrollment increasing is good news considering one out of three American producers are over retirement age. He says this problem has been stirring for the past 40 years.
A potential class-action lawsuit filed in a Lubbock federal court accuses the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, as well as five other medical schools in Texas, of illegally considering race and gender when considering admissions.
After two procedures, a month of homebound school, and a long time of not seeing his friends, Zaidyn Ward, the Monterey High School football player who collapsed on the field is going back to school Monday.
The newest addition to Texas Tech’s petroleum engineering program is now standing tall in East Lubbock.The next time you’re driving on east loop 289 near 4th street you’ll likely see the 140-foot mast of a new oil rig as part of the skyline there.
Lubbock-Cooper ISD passed a resolution condemning racism and reaffirming their commitment to maintaining a safe learning environment on Thursday night, in response to an offensive Instagram post made back in April.
Texas Tech Athletics will have 28 of its student-athletes, including 15 members of its football program, receive either their undergraduate or master’s degrees beginning Friday during commencement ceremonies at United Supermarkets Arena.
Charles and Cathy Ehrenfeld have given $10,000 to the Board of Directors of the South Plains College Foundation to establish the Joyce Alexander Luck Memorial Scholarship Endowment to assist South Plains College students.
The CMA program began last year and provides students with real-world, hands-on learning experiences, both in the classroom and in direct patient care as part of clinical rotations in UMC community clinics throughout Lubbock.