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Texas Tech Regents Approve Tuition and Fees Increase for 2014-15 Academic Year

Chad Hasty, KFYO.com
Chad Hasty, KFYO.com

Texas Tech President M. Duane Nellis said that the increase is to allow an investment in faculty and instruction, and to decrease the student-to-faculty ratio.

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Bayer CropScience Continues Long-Standing Partnership with Texas Tech with Record Research Donation

Chad Hasty, KFYO.com
Chad Hasty, KFYO.com

Texas Tech University officials Thursday afternoon officially announced a $19.3 million gift from Bayer CropScience.  The donation will be used for research programs and projects in the College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources

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Texas Tech Receives High Marks From Alumni in “The Alumni Factor” College Guidebook

Chad Hasty, KFYO.com
Chad Hasty, KFYO.com

The university is ranked 35th among all national universities and ninth among “very large schools,” which includes schools with more than 20,000 undergraduate students.

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Record Number of Terry Scholarships Awarded to Texas Tech Students

Rob Snyder, KFYO.com
Rob Snyder, KFYO.com

The Terry Foundation is based in Houston

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M. Duane Nellis Officially Named Texas Tech President

Rob Snyder, KFYO.com
Rob Snyder, KFYO.com

The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents gave final approval to Nellis on Friday, March 22nd, as recommended by Chancellor Kent Hance.

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Texas Tech Names Sole Finalist for Texas Tech President Position

kimberlykv, Flickr
kimberlykv, Flickr

The lone-finalist for Texas Tech President is Dr. Duane Nellis from the University of Idaho

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