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Texas Tech Public Television and Radio gives you an inside look at the University. This KTTZ produced show highlights academic accomplishments and much more. Tune in each week as Inside Texas Tech profiles students, staff and successful Texas Tech alum.  Check out Inside Texas Tech where great things are happening inside the classroom and out. 

What does the dog's nose know? What do we know about scent detection dogs? Although millions of pet dogs live in our homes, we have very little understanding of perhaps one of the most important components of their world, smell.

Unfortunately, the science of canine olfactory perception and scent detection dogs is not yet very clear. Despite detection dog training being shaped over hundreds of years, the scientific endeavor to understand the capabilities and capacity of the dog's nose and sense of smell is still nascent. The primary goal of Dr. Hall's Lab is to do just that.

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe studies climate change for one very simple reason, it affects people. Her work as a Climate Scientist has landed her as Time's 100 Most Influential People, Politico's 50 and now Fortune's World's Greatest Leaders. And the Climate Scientist isn't slowing down anytime soon. Find out why her love of people is the fuel to her climate change fire!

After serving as Texas Tech University’s interim provost since Aug. 1, Michael Galyean, Ph.D., has been selected as Provost and Sr. Vice President for Academic Affairs and will begin his appointment immediately.

Two Texas Tech professors and a pair of graduate research assistants are in Alabama with some of the nation's top tornado scientists for a congressionally mandated project to study how and why tornadoes form, know as VORTEX-SE.

                                                                         

The Office of International Affairs will welcome four distinguished former United States Ambassadors for Texas Tech's Second Annual Ambassadors' Forum at 5:30 p.m. Today regarding diplomatic challenges for President Trump's Administration.

The event is free and open to the public at the International Cultural Center.

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