Lawrence Schovanec

"Run"
Courtesy of Texas Tech University

Eleven years ago, Texas Tech’s public art was named one of the top 10 collections at US colleges and universities by Public Art Review. And as more buildings are added to the 1,839-acre campus in coming years, so too will the number of art pieces. That’s thanks to a 1998 Board of Regents initiative.

The Texas Tech campus has 202 pieces in its Public Art Collection; 89 of those were funded through an initiative started in 1998 by the Board of Regents.

President Schovenac joins Tom McGovern on Faith Matters this week.
Kaysie Ellingson

Texas Tech University President, Lawrence Schovanec joins Faith Matters this week. He reflects on his first year as President. Talks about the Vietnam archives and other archives. Also discusses plans and goals for the year ahead at Texas Tech.

President Lawrence Schovanec
Texas Tech University Website

Imperfect as the information in them might be, rankings of universities and colleges matter. The challenge, says Texas Tech president Lawrence Schovanec, is for the public to understand rankings’ limitations and for universities to be accurately represented.

Lauren Bogle / KTTZ-TV