The School of Art will recognize Professor Terry Morrow for his many years of service to Texas Tech this fall during the Alumni Homecoming Reception on Saturday, November 6, 2010. Activities begin at 4:00 PM in English 001 next door to the Art Building, game time is at 7:00 PM. A reception will follow in the foyer of the Art Building.
To honor Terry, his family, friends, colleagues and the Medici Circle have SECRETLY come together to establish the Terry Morrow – Medici Circle Art Scholarship Endowment – Terry doesn’t know about this; it will be a surprise. The scholarship endowment which will be announced during the Reunion. If you wish to contribute to this scholarship endowment, CLICK HERE, to go to a secure Texas Tech page where you can make an online donation with a credit card.
Terry Morrow joined the Art Department at Texas Tech in fall of 1968. His teaching responsibilities covered the areas of printmaking and drawing. During his first two years at TTU, all classes were taking place in the (former) Architecture building and the memorable barracks. During 1981, Professor Morrow initiated the Saturday Morning Art Project (SMAP), an enrichment program for gifted and talented high school students within the Lubbock Independent School District. Terry assisted these students every other Saturday morning for over twenty-four years.
Over the years, Professor Morrow’s administrative service has served the art program very well. In 1984 Terry initiated a class at the Junction campus for gifted and talented high school art students from the Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma region. For approximately 15 years, he provided a week- long “summer camp” experience for these high school students. Soon thereafter he began to offer graduate printmaking and drawing classes at the Junction campus.