• April 16, 2021

Tags : Texas Tech University System

Coronavirus pandemic: Everyone must do their part

Every generation of Americans has been called to sacrifice—and one of the great blessings of this country’s past is that, no matter the challenge, Americans have always risen to the task of protecting our nation. Our present struggle against COVID-19 is no different. We each have a role to play. As chancellor of the Texas […]Read More

Leader of Texas Tech System Board Resigns as Chairman; Permanent

Weeks after Robert Duncan, a popular former lawmaker, unexpectedly announced that he would retire from his post as chancellor of the Texas Tech University System, the Lubbock-based system is undergoing another abrupt change in its leadership. L. Frederick “Rick” Francis, a 15-year member of Tech’s governing board, said Thursday he would resign from his position as […]Read More

Is Texas Building Too Many Medical Schools?

Blair Cushing is just the kind of doctor Texas needs. She’s training to be a family physician, one of the most sought-after types of practitioner in the state. And she wants to work near the U.S. border with Mexico, one of Texas’ most medically underserved areas. But after graduating from the University of North Texas […]Read More