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Fall 2017 Graduate Course in SURVEY RESEARCH
Dr. Weiwu Zhang will offer a graduate class in SURVEY RESEARCH (CRN# 35574). Students will get hands-on experience in conducting survey research as well as learning the conceptual framework of the total survey error approach.

Originator: Weiwu Zhang            Posted On :   7/25/2017
Research * Academic 


FREE On-Campus Tutoring for Summer II!
Need subject tutoring for your Summer II classes? Visit the Learning Center for FREE drop-in tutoring!

Originator: Alicia Rosas            Posted On :   7/25/2017
Academic * Departmental 


TTU STUDENTS, APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR 2017/2018 CALUE SERVICE BREAKS
CALUE Service Breaks is hitting the road again! Travel to NEW ORLEANS in December or the Grand Canyon in March...or BOTH! SERVE, LEARN, and TRAVEL on these amazing service-learning trips.

Originator: Jacy Proctor            Posted On :   7/24/2017
Academic * Departmental 


TRAVEL to NEW ORLEANS with CALUE as we SERVE, LEARN, & have an IMPACT!
Take a week in your Christmas Break to give back! CALUE Service Breaks is hitting the road again to do service and volunteer work in the great city of New Orleans!

Originator: Jacy Proctor            Posted On :   7/25/2017
Academic * Departmental 


Fall 2017 Graduate Course – Family Theory (HDFS 5321)
The course focuses on theories that are relevant to personal/family relationships. The course will include an emphasis on the application of theory to research, teaching, public policy and/or service (e.g., counseling/therapy).

Originator: Jacki Fitzpatrick            Posted On :   7/25/2017
Academic 


WS 4399 Seminar Offered (Fall 2017)
Probe your chosen career path. Ponder depictions of knowledge from several perspectives. Connect media in many disciplines to your lived experiences. Enhance your global competencies while increasing your analytical and critical thinking skills.

Originator: Patricia Earl            Posted On :   7/25/2017
Academic * Departmental 


CFP - Gender & Gender Identity Colloquium
Is gender relevant to the 21st Century? How do gender difference and power relations influence us? How do transgender and gender identities intersect with other identities?

Originator: Patricia Earl            Posted On :   7/25/2017
Research * Academic * Departmental 


Graduating in December 2017? Register NOW for PFI 4101
DO NOT graduate from Texas Tech without taking PFI 4101! Are you looking for a one hour course designed to teach you about job searching, employee benefits, taxes, investing options, and insurance? Well, we have the course for you!

Originator: Jennifer Wilson            Posted On :   7/24/2017
Academic 


It’s time to invest in your future by taking PFI 3301
Introduction to Personal Finance offers skills to help students navigate the financial world... for life! This course covers topics like basic financial concepts, borrowing, investing, and protection. Register for PFI 3301!

Originator: Jennifer Wilson            Posted On :   7/25/2017
Academic 


Ribbon Cutting for New Honors Residence Hall - 8.9.17
You are invited to a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrating the New Honors Residence Hall!

Originator: President's Office            Posted On :   7/25/2017
Academic 


FREE Tutoring- The Learning Center
The Learning Center can help!

Originator: Patrick Bohn            Posted On :   7/24/2017
Academic 


Are you a first generation student? Don't Miss This Great Opportunity!
TTU TRIO SSS Provides:
Free printing,
Free usage of textbooks, iPads, and graphic calculators
Tutoring,
Workshops (FAFSA, financial literacy, etc.),
Academic, career, and personal coaching,
Cultural events,
Graduate school preparation



Originator: Alejandra Munoz            Posted On :   7/21/2017
Academic * Departmental 


CMLL 2306 001 AND 002 -- INTRODUCTION TO WORLD CINEMA -- FALL 2017
1) CMLL 2306 001 - CRN 37629 - TUE 3:30 – 6:20 - Foreign Language Room 105 -- 2) CMLL 2306 002 - CRN 38845 - WED 02:00 – 4:50 - Foreign Language Room 105

Originator: VICTORIA Surliuga            Posted On :   7/22/2017
Academic 


Fall Graduate Seminar on Adolescent Development
HDFS 5317, taught by Dr. Alan Reifman, is a graduate seminar in Adolescent Development, open to students from all fields. The class meets this Fall on Mondays from 12:00-2:50. Preview the reading list by clicking on the heading.

Originator: Alan Reifman            Posted On :   7/24/2017
Academic