Congratulations to our 2018 Distinguished Staff Award Recipients

Distinguished StaffQuality Staff Awards

Scott Addison, Sara Brand, Traci Dickenson, Amanda Hines

Jarrod Jones, Randi King, Edith Nieto - Scott Phillips, Patricia Price, Robbie Rivers, Emmanuel Sanchez

Evangelina Santiago, Lisa A. Smith, Pedro Villa

Quality Supervisor Awards

Kathryn Crain, Lindsay Johnson, Conrad Saucedo, Carole Wardroup 

Quality Team Awards

Information Technology Team

Joe Bilbro, Robert Manns, Everett McArthur, Sam Patton

Matt Peterson, Lane Timmons, Tessa Yelvington

Internal Medicine Education Team

Valerie Collins, Theresa Condez, Valerie Gonzales

Marivel Gutierrez, Lynda Savage

Telemedicine Team

Rebeka Jones, Cameron Onks, Nandini Ramanathan, Sharon Rose

Lisa Wynn, Melanie Clevenger, Traci Butler Carroll 

President¹s Award of Excellence

Michelle Sperbeck, Benjamin Leeah

Chancellor¹s Award of Excellence

Brenda Gill, Rebecca Perry

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Texas Tech University System

TTU System

The Texas Tech University System is one of the top public university systems in Texas and the nation, consisting of four component institutions – Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Angelo State University and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso – and operating at more than a dozen academic sites and centers. Headquartered in Lubbock, Texas, the Texas Tech University System has an annual operating budget of nearly $2 billion and approximately 19,000 employees focused on advancing higher education, health care, research and outreach.

In 2015, the Texas Tech University System’s endowment exceeded $1.1 billion, total research expenditures were more than $215 million and total enrollment was approximately 50,000 students. Whether it’s contributing billions of dollars annually in economic impact or being the only system in Texas to house an academic institution, law school and health-related institution at the same location, the Texas Tech University System continues to prove that anything is possible.

F. Marie Hall SimLife Center

The SimLife Center opened in 2010, and was made possible by a major gift from longtime Texas Tech supporter Ms. Marie Hall.

A small student body, a diverse faculty and a low student-faculty ratio are factors that promote learning and encourage interaction between students. These unique factors create a highly competitive environment for students applying each year.