Texas Tech University

President’s Message: Texas Tech Striving for Higher Levels of National Excellence

Texas Tech Nellis

Under the leadership of President M. Duane Nellis, Texas Tech continues to make strides toward becoming the next national research university. Nellis wants the university to aspire to even higher levels of success: to become more AAU like, and be at the highest level based on the Carnegie Classification of Research Universities.

University of Dayton

  • An Enduring Mark

    The University of Dayton will pay tribute to the longest-serving president in school history by renaming a building in honor of Brother Raymond L. Fitz, S.M.

  • An Extraordinary Time

St. George's University

The University of Scranton

  • Undergraduate Views “Service a Part of My Education”

    During her freshman year, Michelle Dougherty ’14 approached Pat Vaccaro, director of the University’s Center for Service and Social Justice, with a simple request. Her inquiry, it turned out, overlapped neatly with the University’s mission of preparing its students to be “men and women for others.”

Texas Tech University

  • Setting Sights on Academic Excellence, Student Success

    For more than 90 years, Texas Tech University has served as a beacon of excellence in education and research. As the university continues down the path of academic excellence, new provost Lawrence Schovanec talks about his goals. 

IE University

Metropolitan State University of Denver

University of North Texas

Audencia Nantes

Vanderbilt University

  • Popular course mobilizes students

    In recent weeks, things have changed for the better in the Edgehill community, a neighborhood located a few blocks from the Vanderbilt campus. Healthy food is now more readily available to Edgehill’s low-income residents, thanks to an innovative “mobile grocery store” developed by second-year medical student Ravi Patel and initially inspired by his experience in an undergraduate Human and Organizational Development class.

The University of Hong Kong

  • A Fine Art Lesson

    European depictions of China in 18th and 19th century books may seem an esoteric source of real-life experiences, but for eight Fine Arts students they represented an uncommon opportunity to gain new skills and insights.

Higher Colleges of Technology