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Register for the Writing Centers of Texas Tech's Fall 2019 Write-In!
The Write-In will provide you additional time and space to write with other students who are also serious about getting writing done.

Originator: Luke Iantorno            Posted On :   11/8/2019

Texas Tech Law Open House - TOMORROW, Saturday, Nov. 9
Interested in law school? Texas Tech Law invites you to join us for our Open House on Saturday, November 9 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. for a mock class, student panel, and tours of the law school. Check-in begins at 12:30. Click for more details.

Originator: Danielle Saavedra            Posted On :   11/8/2019
Academic * Departmental 

Discoveries to Impact Orientations

Originator: Ryan M Bain            Posted On :   11/8/2019
Research * Academic * Orientation 

Deadline to apply for Faculty Travel Grants is next Friday
Faculty Travel Grants from the Office of Research & Innovation is accepting applications for Spring 2020 travel.

Originator: Moriah Gonzales            Posted On :   11/8/2019
Research * Academic 

New: 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: Mohmed Hamza            Posted On :   11/8/2019

SPANISH 2303/2304/3315
Would you say that Spanish (the language and the culture) is an important part of who you are? If so,...

Originator: Sylvia Flores            Posted On :   11/8/2019

Translation and interpreting
Registration is now open for SPAN 4309 Translation and Interpreting. Learn how to use your language as a profitable tool, practice valuable language skills and enrich your curriculum

Originator: Rossy Lima De Padilla            Posted On :   11/8/2019

Spanish for the health care professionals
Register now for SPAN 4309 Spanish for the health care professionals. Learn how to communicate in the medical setting, practice valuable vocabulary and enrich your curriculum.

Originator: Cecilia Palacio Ribon            Posted On :   11/8/2019

Ancient Greece: Between Archaeology and History (CLAS 4310)
Looking for a great seminar? In spring 2020, the Classics program is offering a course that explores the complicated relationships between written history, archaeology, and our understanding of the past. Meets 12:30 pm - 1:50 pm, TR

Originator: Cornelia Roy            Posted On :   11/8/2019

Get All Fired Up: Enroll for Beginning Metal and Jewelry Design ART 3333
Enroll in Beginning Jewelry Design & Metalsmithing ART 3333. Non-art majors may enroll.

Originator: Nancy Slagle            Posted On :   11/8/2019

Population Talk by Brandon Wagner, Ph.D.
Brandon Wagner, Ph.D. Presents his research on, "Health Insurance and Marriage Among American Young Adults: Results from a Natural Quasi-Experiment"

Originator: Nadia Flores            Posted On :   11/8/2019
Research * Lectures & Seminars * Academic 

How does language work? Spring course on language
ENGL 3371 investigates the sounds, structures, and cultural applications of human language. The course is recommended for anyone interested in how language works—from scientific, cultural, and artistic perspectives.

Originator: Aaron Braver            Posted On :   11/8/2019

Need a multicultural course? Try "Language in a Multicultural America"!
Language in a Multicultural America (ENGL 2371, M/W/F 1:00–1:50)

America is a country of great diversity—racially, economically, politically. This course investigates how language impacts—and is impacted by—America's many cultures.

Originator: Aaron Braver            Posted On :   11/8/2019

Nothing Bundt Scholarships
Celebrate National Scholarship Month at Nothing Bundt Scholarships!

Originator: Samantha Berumen            Posted On :   11/8/2019
Academic * Departmental 

College of Engineering Graduate Programs - Distance Learning
Earn your Engineering Master’s degree online.

Originator: Elizabeth Beaty            Posted On :   11/7/2019

A graduate course in transpacific American literature in Spring 2020
This course investigates how transpacific movements have informed and reshaped American literature from the mid-19th century to the late 20th century.

Originator: Yuan Shu            Posted On :   11/7/2019

Want to help us recruit Red Raiders during the holiday break?
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions would like to partner with you to share your experience as a Red Raider while you're 'home for the holidays'. Visit to get started!

Originator: Julian Olivas            Posted On :   11/8/2019

CHIN4306 Modern Chinese Literature and Cinema (In English and online)
Welcome to take CHIN4306 to read Chinese fictions in English and watch Chinese movies.

Originator: Yanlin Wang            Posted On :   11/7/2019