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Graduate Minor in Cross-Cultural Studies (CCS)
The CCS Graduate Minor is supported by a multidisciplinary curriculum geared toward enhancing cross-cultural knowledge, skills, leadership, and lifetime professional success in a broad variety of traditional and non-traditional career paths.

Originator: Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Academic * Departmental * Student Organization 

Undergraduate Student Travel Funding
The Center for Active Learning and Undergraduate Engagement is now accepting applications for travel funding to support the presentation of undergraduate student scholarly works.

Originator: Jerylme Robins            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Research * Academic 

Looking for a minor that will NEVER have an 8am class meeting time?
Look no more! The Personal Finance Program has an ALL on-line minor, “Studies in Personal Finance” that will allow you to work on your own time!

Originator: Dawn Abbott            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Academic * Departmental 

Dating couples are needed to study relationship development. Both should be at least 18 years old, never married, childless, be interested in participating in a 3-phase study, and would like to be entered in a drawing for an Amazon gift card.

Originator: Rachel Baird            Posted On :   12/11/2014

AlcoholEdu® is PAST DUE and must be completed ASAP!!

Originator: Amada Garza            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Academic * Departmental * Student Organization 

Research Survey
This research survey will help to determine the prevalence of an under-recognized but probably very common disorder.

Originator: Stephanie Hart            Posted On :   12/11/2014

Staff Senate Meeting Notes for December
The Staff Senate met on Wednesday, December 3rd.

Originator: Christina Chadwell            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Faculty/Staff Organization 

Share with the Lubbock community how your culture celebrates new year
The OIA, the Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center, and the Ethics Center are inviting students, student organizations, faculty, and staff to co-host a community-wide new year celebration that will take place on Feb 6th from 6 to 8 pm.

Originator: YI-HUI Lee            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Arts & Entertainment * Faculty/Staff Organization * Student Organization 

Plant and Soil Science Tutors! - Spring 2015
What is one of the best on campus jobs you can have to strengthen your subject knowledge while also developing the skills you'll need in your future career or education? Tutoring, of course!

Originator: Brandi Schreiber            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Student Employment/Career Opportunities 

NPR host and Author Tavis Smiley to Lecture on Feb. 5 at the TTU Museum @ 7pm
The 2015 African American History Month Lecture Series presents Tavis Smiley's lecture entitled “Death of a King” in which he provides a revealing and dramatic chronicle of the twelve months leading up to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination.

Originator: Karlos Hill            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Lectures & Seminars 

Scholar-Activist Angela Davis to Lecture Feb. 12 at the TTU Museum @7pm
The 2015 African American History Month Lecture Series presents scholar-activist Angela Davis who will discuss the mass incarceration of those communities that are most affected by poverty and racial discrimination in the United States.

Originator: Karlos Hill            Posted On :   12/11/2014
Lectures & Seminars 

Graduate course in Usability Testing (Spring 2015, TR 2-3:20 pm)
You can take advantage of the Usability Research Lab’s state-of-the-art facilities and learn from an industry expert and leading Usability/User Experience (UX) scholar in English 5388: Usability Testing (Spring 2015).

Originator: Sean Zdenek            Posted On :   12/10/2014

Graduate course in Rhetorical Analysis (Spring 2015, MW 12-1:20 pm)
A how-to course on analyzing texts. Students will experiment, draft, revise, expand, refine, and generally muddle about in four rhetorical contexts: written and spoken text, visual culture, organizational discourse, and the texts of new media.

Originator: Sean Zdenek            Posted On :   12/10/2014

Graduate Course in Web Design and Online Publishing (TR 11-12:20, Spring 2015)
This graduate level course will provide an overview of the practical and theoretical aspects of designing effective online documents and Web sites.

Originator: Sean Zdenek            Posted On :   12/10/2014

New Graduate course on Global Communication (Spring 2015, TR 9:30-10:50 am)
Global communication encompasses a wide range of communication problems in workplaces involving different religious, ethnic, educational, and social backgrounds. The course examines how people from different countries and cultures communicate.

Originator: Sean Zdenek            Posted On :   12/10/2014