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OLLI Presents "Wine Savvy - What To Drink & How To Shop" May 3rd at 6:00pm
OLLI Presents “Wine Savvy - What To Drink & How To Shop” on May 3rd at 6:00pm at Skyviews Restaurant at 1901 University Ave.
Cost $45 for OLLI Members. Must enroll at www.olli.ttu.edu.
Questions? Call 806-742-6554


Originator: Matthew Coffern            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Departmental * Faculty/Staff Organization 


TLPDC Workshop: Transparent Assignment Design: A Hands-On Workshop
Learn how to make your assignments more transparent for students.

Originator: Kerri Pike            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Departmental * Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center 


Discover how to showcase your work in Learn @ Your Library workshop
"Using Social Media and Online Portfolios to Increase Research Impact" workshop today.

Originator: Julie Barnett            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Departmental 


FREE Academic Coaching & Presentations
Are you a student that needs help preparing for Spring 2018? Are you an on-campus department or faculty member that needs a presentation for a course? The Academic Coaches and Student Presenters at the Learning Center can help!

Originator: Alicia Rosas            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Departmental 


Groundwork Program
The Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center is pleased to announce a call for applications for the Groundwork Program.

Originator: Molly Jacobs            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center 


Graduating in Summer or Fall 2018? 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 :   4/19/2018
Academic 


Workshop to focus on social media, online portfolios today
"Using Social Media and Online Portfolios to Increase Research Impact" set April 19.

Originator: Julie Barnett            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Departmental 


Brand New Minor in Applied Political Economy
For students seeking to engage in issues at the intersection of applied economics and political science, a new minor course of study is available beginning Fall 2018.

Originator: Amanda Smith            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic 


Call for Proposals: 3rd annual Symposium on Modern Warfare
Now accepting proposals for the 3rd annual Symposium on Modern Warfare. The theme of this year's symposium is Modern Warfare through the Arts and Humanities.

Originator: Andrew Hinton            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Research * Lectures & Seminars * Academic 


Follow The Women's Studies Program on Social Media
Join our Facebook page, and follow our Twitter posts to receive the latest information about upcoming classes, social meetings, campus events, scholarships, call for proposals and the much more!

Originator: Patricia Earl            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Faculty/Staff Organization * Student Organization 


SWC/SCL to host Sowell Conference beginning today
The Conference on the Sowell Family Collection in Literature, Community & the Natural World will take place April 19 – 21 in the Formby Room of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library.

Originator: Julie Barnett            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Departmental 


Today's the day! Colloquium on Serious Mental Illness Management & Recovery!
The Department of Psychological Sciences invites you to attend a colloquium with Dr. Kim Mueser, a distinguished health psychologist from the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at Boston University. Don't miss out on today's exciting event!

Originator: Angelea Bolanos            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Research * Lectures & Seminars * Academic 


Employee Tuition Assistance is changing
As the registration period for Fall 2018 nears, it is important to make you aware of some recent changes that will affect ETA benefits for the fall term and beyond.

Originator: Student Business Services            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Departmental 


Taste of Fort Worth -SkyViews Dinner Series
Come on up to SkyViews for southern style food. Stuffed Jalapeños, Chili, Prime Rib, BBQ Chicken, Bread Pudding, and more!! 4 Course meal for $29! Great Date, or Friend night out! To make reservation call 806-742-4762 or book online at SkyViews!

Originator: Victoria Macarthur            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Arts & Entertainment * Academic 


4 WEEKS | 3 ESSAYS | 3 CREDITS: Composing Pop Culture Online
Need a 3000 level writing course? Take "Composing Pop Culture" ENGL 3360 online during Summer One to get 3 credits in 4 weeks. We'll write about pop music, memes, online identity, and more.

Originator: Duane Gilson            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic 


Get All Fired Up: Enroll for Beginning Metal and Jewelry Design ART 3333
The School of Art is accepting students for enrollment in Beginning Jewelry Design & Metalsmithing ART 3333. Non-art majors may enroll; prerequisites may be waived for dedicated, motivated students.

Originator: Nancy Slagle            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic 


Fellowship for Digital and Inclusive Excellence Application Deadline April 26
Association of Research Libraries (ARL) program is designed to introduce undergraduate students from historically underrepresented ethnic and racial groups to the library and information science discipline.

Originator: Julie Barnett            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Academic * Departmental 


“James Madison: The Founder of American Founding” - Featuring Dr. James Ceaser
Today, The Institute for the Study of Western Civilization will be hosting James Ceaser of the University of Virginia, who will talk about James Madison and the American Founding Fathers at 6:00 p.m. in the Senate Room of the SUB.

Originator: Katie Howell            Posted On :   4/19/2018
Lectures & Seminars * Academic * Departmental 


CHEM 1306/1106 Chemistry That Matters- Fall 2018
Do you enjoy chemistry and still need a lab science course? Consider CHEMISTRY that MATTERS a course for non-majors that deals with polymers, drugs, agricultural chemicals, food/nutrition, fuels and genetic engineering.
Come join us!




Originator: Dorothy Dent            Posted On :   4/18/2018
Academic