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Texas Tech Foundation Names New Directors

Seven alumni and business leaders have joined the volunteer board charged with raising and managing gifts to the system's four universities.

Texas Tech’s Burkhart Center Continues Advancing Autism Education & Research

For more than a decade, the Texas Tech University center has improved the lives of people with autism and their families through a nationally-recognized approach to services, training and research.

Chancellor’s Council Recognizes Faculty for Teaching and Research Achievement

Chancellor Tedd L. Mitchell, M.D., honored 13 faculty with the TTU System's highest teaching and research awards, made possible by annual membership gifts from the Chancellor's Council.

The Most-Read Giving Stories of 2018

Ten of our most popular stories from 2018. Have you read them all?

Texas Tech University System Endowment Continues Growth in Support of Students and Faculty

The system’s endowment reached a record $1.33B, following a strong annual return of 9.06 percent.

Texas Tech Foundation Names New Directors

Steve Gray, George H. McMahan, David Segrest and Leslie Ward have joined the volunteer board charged with raising, managing and investing gifts for the system's four universities.

Donors Sustain Texas Tech System Fundraising Success

Significant giving advanced scholarship, research and patient care across the system's four universities.

Chancellor’s Council Honors Top Faculty with Teaching and Research Awards

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.

Texas Tech Foundation Announces Five New Directors

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.

Texas Tech Athletics Announces Lead Gift, Plans for Basketball Practice Facility

Texas Tech University announced a gift of $10 million from the Dusty and Leisha Womble family to construct a new practice facility for men’s and women’s basketball.