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Recognize outstanding staff members at Texas Tech
Texas Tech invites you to nominate outstanding staff members who demonstrate excellence, leadership, and exemplary service for a Distinguished Staff Award.

Originator: Stephanie West            Posted On :   5/29/2019
Academic * Departmental 


Free Tutoring
The Learning Center provides FREE drop-in tutoring!
Check our website for all information
http://www.depts.ttu.edu/soar/LC/Index.php




Originator: Jessica Terrazas            Posted On :   5/29/2019
Academic 


Want to be in Debt for the rest of your life?.... No way!
The Studies in Personal Finance minor provides basic knowledge needed to manage personal financial activities in day-to-day life. It is a great preparation for any career!

Originator: Jennifer Wilson            Posted On :   5/29/2019
Academic 


How should I manage my money? REGISTER NOW!
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 :   5/30/2019
Academic 


“Our TTU Family Abroad” Photography Exhibit – Call for Entries
Photography exhibit celebrating the global journeys of Texas Tech faculty, staff and visiting scholars. Presented by the Office of International Affairs.

Originator: Jan Stogner            Posted On :   5/29/2019
Arts & Entertainment * Academic * Departmental 


Graduate Elective Summer II - Green cities and urban sustainability
BIOL6301-D09 is being offered Summer II 2019, CRN 72418, as an online elective for graduate students across all fields interested in urban sustainability and green cities.

Originator: Deborah Carr            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


Earn $1,000 to Discuss Ideas with Other Students
Undergraduate students from any major are encouraged to apply for an extracurricular, non-credit reading group focused on ‘The Past, Present, and Future of Work,’ to be held weekly during the fall 2019 semester.

Originator: Amanda Smith            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


Summer Travel Funding Available
The Center for Transformative Undergraduate Experiences (TrUE) has travel funding available to undergraduate students presenting at a professional conference. Summer funding is available for students traveling May 15 - August 30, 2019.

Originator: Erin Justyna            Posted On :   5/29/2019
Research * Academic * Departmental 


Service Learning Faculty Fellows Applications – DUE Thursday, May 30th
The Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center (TLPDC) is pleased to announce that applications are being accepted for the 2019-2020 Service Learning Faculty Fellows Program. 


Originator: Erika Brooks-Hurst            Posted On :   5/29/2019
Academic * Departmental 


Foundations in Women's & Gender Studies Course Offered
Join us this fall for a graduate level survey course of the study of gender, women and feminism.

Originator: Tricia Earl            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


Graduate Minor & Graduate Certificate in Cross-Cultural Studies-FALL19
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 :   5/30/2019
Academic * Departmental 


Need a fun course to meet your Mathematics requirement, take EDIT 2318 Online.
Take EDIT 2318 Computing and Information Technology (Thriving in Our Digital World) an online course. Solve problems with fun and easy computer animation programs, computational thinking skills, discuss societal and ethical implications of technology

Originator: Teresa Blodgett            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


Faculty… are you interested in teaching innovation and entrepreneurship?
The Innovation Hub at Research Park is offering competitive grants for the creation of new or improving existing courses that teach the Business Model Canvas and/or Lean LaunchPad methodologies. Deadline for submission is July 1st, 2019.

Originator: Taysha Williams            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


Don't wait for your refund. Sign up for Direct Deposit today in minutes.
Housing will soon be refunding your deposit for 2018-2019. If you do not owe anything on your student account, you could receive a refund and should make sure you have set up My Direct Deposit (MDD).

Originator: Student Business Services            Posted On :   5/28/2019
Academic 


STEM MBA
In just one year gain the business skills you need to get the job you want. The fall deadline is approaching fast! Make sure to submit your applications by July 1st.

Originator: Cami Mancia            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


100% Online MBA
Gain the business skills you need to get the job you want. The fall deadline is approaching fast! Make sure to submit your applications by July 1st.

Originator: Cami Mancia            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


NEW! Master of Science in Marketing Research and Analytics
Learn the latest techniques for analyzing data as it pertains to marketing research!

Originator: Cami Mancia            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


MKT 5365: Advanced Professional Selling
Do you want to know how to sell?
Learn how to identify prospects, uncover needs, and how to close a sale in MKT 5365: Advanced Professional Selling.


Originator: Cami Mancia            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


Sea Turtle Conservation:Costa Rica
Spots are available for our international Raider Service Break to Costa Rica! OPEN TO ALL TTU STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF.

Originator: Jacy Proctor            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


Add a Business Minor to your Master’s Program!
Rawls is now offering a Business Minor for TTU graduate students pursuing a Master’s degree.

Originator: Cami Mancia            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic 


Summer I Course: Seminar in Organization Comm (COMS 6303)
A summer I course focusing on crisis preparedness and crisis management in non traditional organizations.

Originator: Bolanle Olaniran            Posted On :   5/29/2019
Academic 


Looking for a Fall 2019 graduate seminar? Consider HDFS 6363-002
Consider HDFS 6363-002 (CRN 37876)


Originator: Sandra Vasquez            Posted On :   5/28/2019
Academic 


Looking for a Fall 2019 graduate seminar? Consider HDFS 6363.001
Consider HDFS 6363.001 Brain, Cognition and Life-Span Development in HDFS!

Originator: Sandra Vasquez            Posted On :   5/28/2019
Academic 


Looking for a Fall 2019 graduate seminar? Consider HDFS 6366
Consider HDFS 6366 - Qualitative Methods in Human Development and Family Studies

Originator: Sandra Vasquez            Posted On :   5/28/2019
Academic 


Lowered Flag At Memorial Circle
Lowered Flag At Memorial Circle

Originator: Veronica Camarillo            Posted On :   5/30/2019
Academic * Departmental * Student Organization 


Learn about the world around you and complete two core curriculum requirements.
Human Geography GEOG 2300 is offered every semester and counts as a Social and Behavioral Science credit and a Multicultural credit.

Originator: Linda Jones            Posted On :   5/29/2019
Academic