Five researchers traveled to the Pecos River in New Mexico to collect data for an environmental DNA project. […]
Freshmen attending orientation at Texas Tech University are separated according to college for advising. Students from various colleges walk into the advising office to learn what classes they need to register for before they are sent out on their own to complete the task of registration. Most students meet with someone who works in an office year-round. There is one college on campus, however, that does things a little differently than others.
Growing up in a large city like Goiania, Brazil, may not sound all that compatible with dairy cattle […]
Every day young individuals across Africa see the issues and live the problems of their people. The issues […]
“There are different ways that horses impact how humans feel and how they think of themselves,” Schroeder said.
In a never-before-seen addition to the curriculum of the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences at Texas Tech University, students will have the opportunity to study the trending local food and wine industry from the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The Department of Plant and Soil Sciences at Texas Tech University named the Illinois native, Ed Hellman, Ph.D., for a full professorship based in Fredericksburg.
In the fight against world hunger, Cheryl Williams is dollars away from saving a nation with a root. […]
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 […]
The Texas Tech University Department of Animal and Food Sciences is using its new animal shelter management course […]
The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University is preparing to interview and select […]
During his college days, Stetson Corman proudly wore the Texas Tech Rodeo Team’s black vest with the Double […]
Texas Tech University and the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources have finalized plans to renovate the […]
It was just an idea. But it wasn’t just one person’s idea. They all saw the need for […]
One in six children suffer from obesity, according to the Center for Disease Control. This figure is not […]
“We are applying eDNA to new species in this case, and that will provide new opportunities for natural resources management.”
Spurs scraping against the porch steps, Cooper swipes off his hat and shuffles his way inside his simple ranch home. Kissing Holly on the forehead, he scoops up his baby girl and says a silent prayer of thankfulness for the life he feels blessed to live and the dream he gets to live daily.