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The Highlander

Managing Editor


Texas Tech Chancellor Robert Duncan's recent visit to Marble Falls has revealed just how important the Highland Lakes campus is to the university system. Friday, May 6 was the first time the chancellor had visited the campus at the Frank Fickett Educational Center and he noted that the regional site is definitely “an asset in the Texas Tech System.”


Texas Tech chancellor to visit Marble Falls campus

Robert L. Duncan

The Texas Tech University Regional Teaching Site at Highland Lakes will host a community meet-and-greet for Texas Tech University System Chancellor Robert L. Duncan and Interim President John Opperman.

The event is set to take place from 2:30-3:15 p.m. on Friday, May 6 at the Frank Fickett Educational Center at 806 Steve Hawkins Parkway in Marble Falls.

The Chancellor and President are visiting the regional site to learn about programs and initiatives and to meet community stakeholders who work to advance and enhance opportunities for students who attend Texas Tech University locally. Both Chancellor Duncan and Dr. Opperman are focused on providing the regional site with the resources needed to achieve its mission.


New OLLI classes begin at Texas Tech in Marble Falls

Join the Mah Jong craze, master your smart phone, recount family stories with flair in classes for the over-50 set beginning Feb. 15-24 at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) of Texas Tech University (TTU) Hill Country.

To enroll or learn more about classes presented or broadcast to the facility at  806 Steve Hawkins Parkway in Marble Falls, call 830-990-2717, email olli.hillcountry@ttu.edu or visit the website www.olli.ttu.edu today.


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