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Growing opportunities in the hospitality industry

The tourism industry has been one of the fastest-growing economic sectors in Costa Rica.

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Let your voice be heard!

This fall, Texas Tech-Costa Rica will launch its first student council elections

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Winning a Merit-Based Scholarship

Winning a Merit-Based Scholarship

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Welcome Week 2019!

Welcome Raiders! We are so glad to have you aboard and have you become part of our Red Raider family.

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Red Raider Orientation!

Welcome Raiders! We are so glad to have you aboard and have you become part of our Red Raider family. For the next four years, you won’t only be preparing yourself for your future career, you will also be making life-long friends and memories

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Women in STEM

Fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are still predominantly comprised by men. According to the National Science Foundation, women make up 43 percent of the U.S workforce and only 35 percent of STEM students in higher education globally are women. These are staggering figures that demonstrate the gender disparity in STEM careers, but thankfully these numbers are starting to change. If we go back to just a decade ago, these numbers would have been much lower, but today we are definitely seeing more and more women motivated to pursue STEM-related careers.

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