An Impact Impossible to Measure
J.T. and Margaret Talkington's legacy of giving continues to make a mark on Texas Tech and a difference in the Lubbock community they loved.
A Presidential Commitment to Scholarships
Lawrence Schovanec benefited from others' generosity as a student. Now as Texas Tech's 17th president, he's making scholarships a priority amidst a climb up the rankings.
Athletic director Kirby Hocutt and coaching legend Marsha Sharp shared a vision for student-athlete development at Texas Tech that was ahead of its time. Philanthropy secured its future.
Wendy-Adele Humphrey's classroom creativity and ‘hustlin'’ attitude recognized with Texas Tech University System's highest faculty honor.
With a practice facility on the drawing boards, Texas Tech University is investing in the success of its basketball teams. Dusty Womble is helping make it a reality.
Andy and Nan Crowson's gift plan will support student scholarships for the Goin' Band with a gift from their will.
Chancellor Robert Duncan awarded 14 faculty with the Texas Tech University System's highest honors for teaching and research, made possible by annual membership gifts to the Chancellor's Council.
Made possible by annual Chancellor's Council membership gifts, the Chancellor's Council Distinguished Teaching and Research Awards are the highest faculty honors awarded by the Texas Tech University System. This year, Chancellor Robert Duncan honored 14 outstanding faculty from across our universities.
The inaugural track and field meet held inside the donor-funded Sports Performance Center honored the memory of Corky Oglesby.
John and Nancy Richardson made a tax-savvy gift through a Charitable IRA Rollover to support student scholarships at Texas Tech University.
Tom Fogarty, Kim Ford, James Keffer, Jim Skinner and Dustin R. Womble have joined the volunteer board charged with raising, managing and investing gifts for the system's four universities.