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What can I do with my major?  Applications, admissions, catalog, financial aid, student services, campus life, campuses, schools, centers, institutes, research, libraries & more for Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. TTU Health Sciences Center service-learning opportunities throughout West Texas:

Among US’ top 20 undergraduate physics programs; 39 undergraduate & 23 graduate programs, exceptional scholarship program; 6,200+ students, ambiance & personalized attention of a smaller private university. Students from 43 states, 22 countries & 211 of Texas’ 254 counties (68 percent Caucasian, 23 percent Hispanic & 6 percent African-American …) & a 268-acre campus with new academic, recreational & residential facilities; men’s football, basketball, baseball, cross country & track; women’s volleyball, basketball, cross country, soccer, track & softball. or 1-800-9-GO-TO-ASU (1-800-946-8627).  A variety of programs & services to enhance the Texas Tech University experience.  400 registered student organizations.  First-year experience, Greek life, service, multicultural & leadership, spirit & traditions, student organizations & more.  A pedagogy that links academic study & civic engagement through thoughtfully organized service that meets the needs of the community.  Structured by & integrated into the academic curriculum, which provides opportunities for students to learn & develop through critical reflection.  TTU is becoming a national leader in service learning, provding a rigorous & reflective academic experience for students, excellent resources & recognition for faculty & meaningful service to the community:  A curriculum of learning experiences incorporating international, interdisciplinary educational experiences using the arts,  social studies, math & English/language arts to enhance the required curriculum available to Kindergarten through 12th-grade students in public & private schools & home-schooled classes throughout the South Plains of TX.  Hands-on, interactive programs involve the critical higher-order thinking skills & are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge & Skills & the Core Knowledge Sequence (required by the Texas Education Agency). or & & 1-888-888-7409  Road Raider parents throughout Texas — in a student-friendly directory — so that your daughter, son, niece, nephew or grandchild at Texas Tech may have immediate access to trustworthy advice or help from caring Texas Tech parents all along your student’s way to & from Texas Tech.  July 8-14, 2007; for pre-college students.  Texas Tech All-State Choir (for ninth graders & better), Texas Tech Band/Orchestra Camp (14 concert bands & 4 orchestras); harpists participate in harp ensemble & learn pop & jazz styles; Marching Auxiliary Division:  all-day classes for flag, twirling & drum-major students.  150 degree undergraduate-degree programs; 162 graduate-degree programs; 10 colleges.  Comprehensive, practical education spanning a broad range of health issues.  Five schools, four campuses & two centers.  Real-world experience to understand & meet the challenges facing the healthcare community.  Investigating & treating complex health issues — especially those affecting historically underserved populations.  Solving the healthcare problems of West Texas & beyond through education, research & practice — providing national & global impacts.  Providing Texas Tech University & TTU Health Sciences Center with resources to meet global challenges; dedicated to improving access to quality education & healthcare.  Cultivating loyalty, tradition, service & lifelong relationships.  Building traditions & keeping alumni & former faculty, staff & students in touch.  Raiders Rojos National Alumni, a chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni Association.  Co-founding partner of the P-16 Council/Closing the Gaps Coalition.  Scholarships.  Juanita’s Diary stage production, DVD & TAKS-friendly discussion modules.  Look for all the open job positions at Texas Tech University & other Texas Tech institutions.  Find your job match, apply online, track your status & consult online services if you need help. &  Become more knowledgeable of other countries & peoples, appreciative of cultural diversity & capable of functioning as internationally competent individuals.  International student & scholar services; dozens of study- abroad opportunities (see the world, build your resume, create your future); & the International Center for Arid & Semiarid Land Studies: .

Schedule a tour of the Vietnam Center: or  The Vietnam Project at Texas Tech University is to support & encourage research & education regarding all aspects of the American Vietnam experience:  promoting a greater understanding of this experience & the peoples & cultures of Southeast Asia.  Its threefold functions are [1] the collection & preservation of pertinent source material; [2] education through exhibits, classroom instruction, educational programs & publications; & [3] encouragement of scholarly research through exchanges, publishing of noteworthy research, symposia & financial support.  Discover the human, environmental, economic development & public policy impacts of a high-performance research team.  Check out the Western attire, decor & more for the ranch hand in you.  Natural Science Research Laboratory.  Texas Tech University Press: publishes non-fiction titles in natural history, natural sciences, 18th-century & Joseph Conrad studies; studies of modern Southeast Asia particularly the Vietnam War; costume & textile history; all aspects of the Great Plains & the American West, especially biography, history, memoir & travel; publishes one invited poetry manuscript annually & occasionally a regional novel with national appeal.  Get information about book  Promoting healthy active aging through collaborative research, interdisciplinary education, innovative health care delivery & health policy analysis.  Distance learning & off-campus instruction for students of all ages:  Kindergarten through 12th grade, college & for working professionals;  flexiilbity to maintain professional & personal commitments & still achieve a high-quality education.  For a high school diploma or courses not offered at your school; for courses you need due to special circumstances (emergency, travel, health, legal, work-related or other issues); for high school credit by exams, academic enrichment & more.  Bring the Texas Tech University Museum & Lubbock Lake Landmark into the classroom through traveling trunks & artifact boxes.  Southwest Collection:  manuscripts, photographs, books/journals, digital collections; oral history collection, exhibits, outreach, history trunk, Vietnam Archive & more.  Lubbock Lake Landmark in Lubbock, TX:  an archaeological & 12,000-year natural history preserve.  Public & public school programs.  Artifact boxes, virtual tour & more.  12,000 years of occupation by ancient peoples on the Southern High Plains (a preserve at the northern edge of Lubbock, TX).  Visitors of all ages are welcome year round.  Guided & self-guided tours, Learning Center, exhibitions, public programs, programs for school children & for educators.  Providing a research & educational facility & revealing & preseving both Texas & the nation’s cultural & natural heritages.  Howard Hughes Medical Institute Science Education Program:  teacher opportunities (Kindergarten through 12th grade), 19 traveling laboratories; summer research experiences for area teachers in faculty research laboratories. 

Skyviews of Texas Tech:  806-744-7462  Experience elegance & fine dining along with a six-story, panoramic view of tree-filled Lubbock & the South Plains beyond.  Because the Texas Tech student-operated restaurant is so popular, please make reservations in advance for the lunch (Mondays through Fridays 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 pm during academic semesters) & the dinner series. (806-786-7077)  The public is welcome to visit Jerry’s snack bar (7 days a week; 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 pm) north of 4th St. on Memphis Ave. in Lubbock, TX.  See your friends, meet some new friends & enjoy the warm, personal welcome by Paula Garner – a friendly, fun, casual place to enjoy a variety of sandwiches, beverages, plate-bustin’ chicken fried steaks, chicken strips, popcorn shrimp or crawfish baskets, delicious salads & a dozen or more choices of salad dressings & irresistible quesadillas or cheeseburgers.  Home of the Texas Tech golf teams.  Watch the golfers coming & going or select golfing mementos for the golfer in you or the golfers in your life. to order a DVD, script & curriculum guide for Juanita’s Diary, an endearing & inspiring story about young Juanita Garcia as she follows the crops with her migrant-farming family & ends up graduating from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. Juanita’s Diary curriculum guide includes community-friendly conversations, activities & TAKS-friendly lessons for ages pre-kindergarten through sophomores in college. Observe the struggles of migrant families in the 1960s & learn about the social, economic, political & educational atmosphere of the times: or 806-742-1998, x. 463 or

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