Texas Tech University

Texas Tech University and the United States Agency for International Development have partnered to not just build maps, but build mappers right here on campus.

The program support university efforts to offer meaningful global learning experiences, build a socially engaged citizenry, enhance long-term scientific capacity around the world, and foster youth leadership.  Capitalizing on web-based open geospatial technologies, our mission is to cultivate a generation of young leaders to create resilient communities and  to define their world by mapping it.

Crazy weather, we see it all the time, hail and haboobs; blizzards and heat waves; tornados and tropical storms. So there’s been a lot of extreme weather in the news lately; that doesn’t mean anything’s different, right?

The truth? Watch the newest Global Weirding to find out.

Join KTTZ-TV for the 58th Annual Carol of Lights, Texas Tech's celebration of the holiday season Friday, December 2nd @ 6:30 p.m.

Watch the tradition from the comfort of your home.

With the flip of a switch, more than 25,000 colored lights illuminate 18 buildings around Memorial Circle, the Engineering Key and the Broadway Entrance to the campus during Texas Tech University's Carol of Lights®.

Texas Tech Public Media is currently looking to fill the position of a Radio Digital Producer.

Digital Producer

Requisition ID:  9384BR

Global Weirding Myth #4: How do we event know climate change is real? Aren't scientists are always changing their mind about stuff?
The truth? Watch the video to find out, and if you're interested in more, join our FB Live discussion right here every other Thurs (next one, Nov 10) at 8E/7C.
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