In 1971, the American Economic Association started a committee dedicated to tracking the number of women in the economics profession. Despite the committee’s hope of seeing the relatively low representation of women in economics increase over the years, a 2016 report from AEA suggested little progress had been made. However, the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at Texas Tech is changing that stat.
The West Texas landscape holds a plethora of natural beauty that is often overlooked in landscape design. Utilizing native plants in landscaping architecture is a major factor in the care of the landscape. The West Texas Garden project is a collaborative effort aimed at creating a new standard of sustainable landscaping in West Texas.
On a cold winter day in 2014, three Texas Tech animal science faculty members scribbled notes on a napkin in a Lubbock coffee shop. Their goal was to move the department beyond its traditional agriculture focus, by giving it a new and unique dimension.
Each new day may bring new tasks and adventures, but for this man, a day in this life […]
“I really wish I could somehow speak loud enough that somebody would hear and make it easier for kids to grow this business.”
The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University has a reputation for taking care of its students.
The 2017 WreckShop took place March 6 -7 at the Landscape Architecture Pavilion and the Museum of Texas […]