On the Tuesday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, 2002 Nobel Laureate Dr. Vernon Smith & Dr. Ben Powell from the Texas Tech Free Market Institute spoke with Chad Hasty about an upcoming lecture.
Smith will discuss how housing bubbles impact bank and household balance sheets, and what that implies for economic recovery.
Kole Weldon’s throw beat the 2002 record of 19.32 meters set by Jason Young, who was a 2012 Olympian in the discus.
Associate Professor Yehia Mechref received the $1.2 million grant to study how breast cancer may metastasize to the brain, and the research may reveal a key to early detection of breast cancer cells that may have the ability to invade the brain.
The Red Raiders also won several divisions, including reasons, total beef, beef judging, lamb judging, and pork judging.
Texas Tech will name the LINN Energy Student Lounge in the new Petroleum Engineering Research Building due to the gift.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Friends of Music, and will go toward a scholarship endowment for music majors.
The honor comes after Duffield broke a 30-year-old school record in the high jump at the Texas Tech Open last week.
The group has selected Wheless Partners Executive Search, a national search firm, to assist in the selection of the candidate.
The group, which is part of the Whitacre College of Engineering, will focus on the impact of extreme climates on highway infrastructure.