TTAA Dallas August Football Kickoff

Join us Saturday, August 27 at High Fives from 7-10 p.m. for our Football Kickoff!

Get your tickets here!

Our 2016 Football Season is almost here and the anticipation is building. Last year we had a HUGE turnout of alumni support for our Football Kickoff Happy Hour and this year…….we wanted to go an extra mile for you. Join us at High Fives (one of our newest game watching locations out of 4) for an evening of Drinks, Food, Music, Silent Auction items (the good stuff), Football Hype Video, photos with our SURPRISE guests, and a Swag bag to take home that will be filled with contagious Red Raider Spirit.

We would like to thank High Fives for hosting this event, as well as our sponsors and in kind donations. Sponsorships and Silent Auction donations are still available until August 13th. If you are interested, please contact Kristi Heinrich.

We hope to see you there for an evening of Red Raider spirit, as we get ready for what is sure to be an exciting upcoming football season. Wreck ’em Tech!

TTAA Dallas Chapter Third Thursday Happy Hour

Spring has Sprung


Don’t be stressed out Dallas Chapter. Come hang with your Red Raider Alumni up on the roof and let’s go back in time… the good ol’ days.

Drink Specials
* $3.50 Draft Beers
* $1.00 off all cocktails
*$5 pre-selected Red and White wine available

Raffle – Texas Rangers, Byron Nelson, Top Golf and even more prizes!!!! *Make sure to know your Texas Tech Trivia


Our names The Dallas Chapter and we care what you think
Our names The Dallas Chapter and we care what you think

Wish we could turn back time
To the good ol’ days
When we were college kids
but now as adults we’re all just stressed out

Wish we could turn back time
To the good ol’ days
Broadway, Depot District, and back again
that’s all we stressed about

We could always play pretend
give each other different names
We could go to this happy hour
and pretend we’re far away
We like to dream of all the ways we can help alumni and “This chapter to bring in the money!!! ”


The university is now one of only five Sustaining Member Institutions.

Texas Tech University was recently named a Sustaining Member by theNational Academy of Inventors (NAI), an achievement that will open to the university exclusive benefits for highlighting its research and innovation efforts.

The Sustaining Member Institution category is the highest level of institutional membership and is available to a limited number of institutions. Sustaining members provide vital support for the NAI to expand into a new era of growth in programs, visibility and membership.

“The NAI celebrates innovation, entrepreneurialism and advancement of the human condition through these essential activities,” said Robert V. Duncan, senior vice president for research. “Texas Tech is a highly innovative place with a great tradition of discovery, and this affiliation with the NAI both recognizes and empowers our excellence in this regard. I am delighted that Texas Tech is a Sustaining Member of the National Academy of Inventors.”

The other Sustaining Member Institutions are New York University, University of Central Florida, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and University of South Florida.

Texas Tech is also a Charter Member Institution of the NAI, and two faculty members are NAI Fellows: Duncan and Mohamed Soliman, a professor of petroleum engineering and the George P. Livermore Chair in the Whitacre College of Engineering.


University Student Housing’s Green Cleaning team receives Green Cleaning Award.

University Student Housing‘s Green Cleaning team was awarded honorable mention in theDecember 2015 edition ofAmerican School & Universitymagazine for its recycling efforts. The Green Cleaning Award recognizes teams involved in implementing green cleaning programs for their healthy and sustainable programs.

Submissions were judged on the quality of their green cleaning techniques and how well each team executed its program. The program includes the chemicals, equipment, policies, procedures and training that minimize the impact of hazardous cleaning on campus and better protect the environment.