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TLPDC Workshop: Transparent Assignment Design
Transparent Assignment Design: Clearer Assignments, Better Results

Originator: Kerri Pike            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Academic * Faculty/Staff Organization * Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center 

TLPDC Workshop: Skeleton Notes in STEM?
The objective of this session is to demonstrate how STEM faculty can adapt the classic skeleton note technique to make figure and equation rich lectures more interesting and effective to them and their students.

Originator: Kerri Pike            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Academic * Departmental * Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center 

FREE On-Campus Tutoring for Spring 2018!
Need subject tutoring for your Spring 2018 classes? Visit the Learning Center for FREE drop-in tutoring!

Originator: Alicia Rosas            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Academic * Departmental 

Tonight! How to Play Mathematics: Public Talk and Reception to Follow
Ted Talk speaker, writer and entrepreneur, Margaret Wertheim will be visiting Lubbock to give a presentation at The Museum of Texas Tech University. Please join us at this 1 hour presentation with refreshments and reception to follow.

Originator: Jessica Spott            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Arts & Entertainment * Lectures & Seminars * Academic 

OPA Coffee Breaks
OPA Coffee Breaks - Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2018, 3:30 p.m.

Originator: Betty Thomas            Posted On :   3/20/2018

Announcing the Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship Recipient for 2018 - 2019
The Center for Active Learning and Undergraduate Engagement and scholarship committee would like to congratulate Mari Carrillo as the scholarship recipient of the 2018-2019 Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship for Social Sciences.

Originator: Jerylme Robins            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Research * Academic 

Join us in April for a weekend of service at the CAPROCK CANYON STATE PARK! Spots are still available!

Originator: Jacy Proctor            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Academic * Departmental 

Engaged Scholarship Workshop for TTU Faculty and Academic Staff – March 27
Register for this 3-hour workshop to learn more about engaged scholarship and how it differs from traditional scholarship, its value in teaching and research, and best practices.

Originator: Kelsey Frazier            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Research * Lectures & Seminars * Academic 

Annual Conference on the Advancement of Women
2018 marks the 34th year that Women's & Gender Studies at Texas Tech University has offered an annual Conference on the Advancement of Women.

Originator: Patricia Earl            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Research * Academic * Departmental 

10th Annual TTU Undergraduate Research Conference (URC)
Brilliant academic talks, visual art exhibits, scientific posters, and music and dance performances - all at the 2018 TTU Undergraduate Research Conference (URC). Mark your calendars now!

Originator: Erin Justyna            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Lectures & Seminars * Academic * Departmental 

Test Your Knowledge of Women in History
"When I started working on women's history about thirty years ago, the field did not exist. People didn't think that women had a history worth knowing."- Gerda Lerner, Women and History (1986:1993)

Originator: Patricia Earl            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Research * Academic * Departmental 

Training Rules Film Screening Tonight!
Former Penn State basketball player Jennifer Harris sues the university and coach Rene Portland for discrimination.

Originator: Patricia Earl            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Research * Academic * Departmental 

The Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion hosts Law Professor Kyle Velte speaking on "LGBT Civil Rights in the Post-Marriage Equality Era." Wednesday, March 21 at noon in the Croslin Room of the Main Library. Free pizza will be provided!

Originator: Paul Ruiz            Posted On :   3/20/2018
Lectures & Seminars * Academic * Departmental 

Master of Social Work (MSW) now accredited
The Social Work Program within the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work announces the accreditation of its Master of Social Work (MSW) degree by the Council on Social Work Education.

Originator: Helen Morrow            Posted On :   3/19/2018

Enhance the value of your STEM degree and set yourself apart in a competitive job market!

Originator: Kelsey Zickefoose            Posted On :   3/19/2018