The outdoor ceremony, held in the Science Quad and Memorial Circle, begins with the carillon concert at 6:30 p.m. and the ceremony at 7 p.m.
The committee will help identify potential candidates, assist with initial screenings, and make recommendations to the full Board of Regents, who will make the final decision.
Kennedy Kithuka enters Saturday’s NCAA Championship meet undefeated in seven races this season and unbeaten in 14-straight races dating back to his 2012 NCAA Cross Country debut.
For a public opinion course assignment in Tech Political Science Associate Professor Gregg Murray’s class, students conducted a scientific telephone survey of 217 people in Lubbock County.
The center was previously housed in the College of Education building, and now has almost 28,500 square feet of space for clinical facilities.
At the ceremony, Tech will help raise awareness with a roll call of names that will be read to celebrate those who have served and are currently serving in the U.S. military.
David Hudson, a Lubbock native, began his career as a rate engineer in SPS’s rates and regulation department in 1983.
Undefeated Red Raider senior Kennedy Kithuka finished 37 seconds ahead of second place finisher Kirubel Erassa of Oklahoma State, earning his second straight Big 12 Cross Country title.
Recyclable material will be collected at tailgating areas, Jones AT&T Stadium, the Frazier Alumni Pavilion, and the Athletic Training Center at Saturday’s game against Oklahoma State University.
Red Raider senior Kennedy Kithuka has been named as the Big 12 Runner of the Week, marking the fourth time he has received the honor this season and the seventh time in his career.