Involvement: Texas Tech High Riders, Supplemental Instruction, and the Wesley Foundation
Hometown: Marble Falls, TX
Fun Fact: My favorite number is 13
In my free time I enjoy: Going to Tech events as part of High Riders, binging on Netflix, being awesome
Involvement: MAA, President's Select, Society of Physics Students, tutor for Student Disability Services
Hometown: Los Alamos, NM
Fun Fact: I have a tattoo of the integral symbol
In my free time I enjoy: Netflix, going to athletic events, and hanging out with friends
Involvement: MAA, College of Arts and Sciences Ambassador, and Golden Key International
Hometown: Freetown, Sierra Leone (West Africa) but I grew up in The Gambia
Fun Fact: In 5th grade I fell off a tree and broke my nose
In my free time I enjoy: Watching soccer, movies, working out, reading, and obviously solving math problems just for fun.
Hometown: Austin, TX
Fun Fact: I was involved with theatre and film in high school
In my free time I enjoy: Baking sweets like chocolate pie and snickerdoodle cookies
Involvement: MAA, YWM, Math Ambassadors
Hometown: Mont Belvieu, TX
Fun Fact: I'm a lefty with good handwriting
In my free time I enjoy: Reading, Netflix, watching way too much football, sewing, and decorating for every holiday!
Dr. Giorgio Bornia
Dr. Giorgio Bornia earned his Ph.D. from the University of Bologna in 2012. He joined Texas Tech with a visiting position in Fall 2012 and was appointed assistant professor in Fall 2013. His research interests include: optimal control for partial differential equations; multi-physics problems in fluid dynamics, such as magnetohydrodynamics and fluid-structure interaction; finite element multigrid and domain decomposition methods; scientific computing.
Administration Building lit up by lights after annual Carol of the Lights tradition in December.
Memorial Circle with the Administration Building in the background.
Sculpture between the English/Philosophy Building and the Education Building.
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