Virginia Tech: Viva Virginia First Days
Three days into the 2010 Viva Virginia music festival at Virginia Tech, musicians and audiences are delighted with such offerings as a master class with baritone Sherrill Milnes.
Virginia Tech: Hokie Camp
Virginia Tech's Hokie Camp is a three-day orientation experience available every August to incoming freshman who can meet other new Hokies and learn about Hokie traditions and spirit. 2009
Virginia Tech: Hokie Camp Interviews
Interviews with participants of Virginia Tech's 2009 Hokie Camp freshman orientation experience.
Virginia Tech: 1966 Learning Technology
A look at modern computers and educational teaching technologies at Virginia Tech - in 1966!
Virginia Tech: Viva Virginia Wrap-up
A look at the opera and chamber music master classes during Virginia Tech's first Viva Virginia music festival in the summer of 2010.
Virginia Tech: 4-H Heritage Club
Virginia Cooperative Extension's 4-H Heritage Club meets at George Washington's Birthplace National Monument in Westmoreland County, Va., where youth learn how to become living history demonstrators.
Virginia Tech: Food Product Team
Students on Virginia Tech's Food Science and Technology Team invent a new product to make grilling easier and tastier. 2010
Virginia Tech: Coffee Roasting at Deet's
Head roaster Alice at Virginia Tech's Deet's Place talks about the process of roasting coffee beans. Deet's holds a Golden Cup certification from the Specialty Coffee Association of America.
Virginia Tech: The Musical Matheson Brothers
Virginia Tech's musical Matheson Brothers perform on stage, work behind the scenes, and teach in schools. They participated in 2010's Viva Virginia festival.
Virginia Tech: Dependent Scholarship
The Virginia Tech Employees' Spouse and Dependent Scholarship provides partial tuition support to employees' spouses and dependent children. Since 2000, the fund has awarded 100 scholarships to incoming students.
Texas Tech Playschool Little People Promotion
Old-school PlaySchool Little People go to college in this stop-motion video.
Texas Tech Equipment Goes Inside the Storm with VORTEX2
Tanya Brown, a wind science and engineering doctoral candidate and a 2010 StickNet team leader, discusses Texas Tech's VORTEX2 equipment and launch.
Texas Tech University Signs Cooperation Agreement with Vietnamese University
Texas Tech University Provost Bob Smith speaks to Thai Ba Can, president of the University of Technical Education (UTE) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Texas Tech and UTE signed a memorandum of understanding with Texas Tech University establishing a cooperative program for undergraduate education. The arrangement will allow qualified students from UTE to obtain a bachelors degree from Texas Tech in the fields of industrial engineering, computer science, finance and banking and business administ
Congratulations Texas Tech Graduates!
Texas Tech University wishes the best to its spring 2010 graduating class. Guns up! For more about Texas Tech commencement, including information on maps, guest seating, parking and hotels, visit http://www.depts.ttu.edu/provost/commencement/
Q&A with Texas Tech University President Guy Bailey
Texas Tech President Dr. Guy Bailey answers questions from seventh- and eighth-grade student council members from the Talkington School for Young Women Leaders. the students received a firsthand look at the inner-workings of Texas Tech administration during their recent visit to campus.
Texas Tech Breaks Ground on Therapeutic Riding Center Expansion
The Texas Tech Therapeutic Riding Center broke ground on phase one of a three-phase project to construct a new therapeutic riding, teaching and research facility. Once completed, the expanded facility will feature an indoor riding area, classrooms and waiting rooms that will allow Texas Tech to provide more therapeutic riding and hippotherapy sessions. It will also broaden current research into the effects of equine therapy. To find more information or volunteer, visit http://www.depts.ttu.ed
Leading the Way: A Year in Review at Texas Tech
Texas Tech University Chancellor Kent Hance introduces the first edition of Leading the Way: A Year In Review, an annual publication highlighting the great things happening throughout the Texas Tech University System. Donations are on track to surpass the $100 million mark for four straight years, improving the system's national endowment ranking. Texas Tech is also closing in on $45 million in restricted research expenditures as it nears reaching Tier One research status. Hispanic enrollm
Texas Tech President Welcomes New Students
Texas Tech President Dr. Guy Bailey welcomes new students and parents to the university for Red Raider Orientation.
Texas Tech Hosts Iron Chef Competition
More than 40 students in grades 9-12 participated in Texas Tech University's first-annual Iron Chef Competition. The competition culminates Chef Camp, hosted by the Department of Nutrition, Hospitality and Retailing. The camp teaches participants about foods from around the world as well as presenting, styling and photographing food, baking cakes and breads and creating party appetizers and salads. For more information, visit www.chefcampttu.com