Susana Badiola's journey of curiosity led to a new degree at Angelo State and the Texas Tech University System's highest faculty honor.
A look at how five Texas Tech student-athletes benefit from scholarships.
A man of secrets, Frank Mitchell Jr. lived a life devoted to family, country and Texas Tech. His final gift honored his alma mater and his engineering professor.
Warner Gibson and Adam Harper are the latest in a long line of electrical and computer engineering students to benefit from the 30-year-old endowment.
Employer matching can double, even triple a donor's gift and added a record $1 million in matching contributions to the Texas Tech system last year.
Annual gifts from donors like the McMahans and Wallachs exemplify the Red Raider Club's impact on Texas Tech student-athletes.
Ron Milam spent decades trying to forget Vietnam. In the classroom, he found a reason to remember and a career worthy of the Texas Tech University System's highest faculty honor.
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.
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 passion for leadership 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.