Please read the following entry guidelines before submitting your registration form.


This exhibition is open to all full- and part-time Texas Tech University faculty.

Work Eligibility

Any area of inquiry is eligible, regardless of whether you have completed/published your scholarly work. We only ask that your entry fall within the timeframe of May 1, 2009, to May 1, 2010. Eligible items for submitted works include but are not limited to: books, journal articles, reports, musical scores, screenplays, films/podcasts/Webcasts, and artwork in a variety of mediums, software programs, patents/trademarks, scientific discoveries and other original works. Please do not provide URLs as we will not be able to link to them. If you have a question about whether your work is appropriate for this particular exhibit, please send us an e-mail at

Entry Fee

There is no fee to enter FACE.

Publicity Release

A selection of works may be reproduced for publicity purposes. TTU Libraries reserves the right to photograph and reproduce entry material.

Invitations to the Exhibit Opening

The Libraries will sponsor an opening reception Oct. 6, 2010, from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Croslin Room of the University Library. An invitation to the exhibit opening will be distributed to TTU faculty.

How to Enter Your Work in FACE 2010

Complete Parts 1 and 2 of the electronic form . For those entering more than one item, click the submit entry button before filling out another submission. You may then reset entry information in order to submit additional submissions. You will receive a confirmation e-mail from the Libraries' FACE Committee for each entry. If you do not receive confirmation within five business days, please contact us at (Remember to fill out a separate form for each entry.)

Abstract of Your Work

The electronic submission form includes an area for an abstract describing the essence of your submission.

Biographical Sketch

The electronic submission form includes an area for a biographical sketch.

Delivery of Physical Items to University Library

This year's exhibit focuses on the representation of scholarly work in a multimedia showcase. A FACE Committee representative will work closely with you to scan, photograph or otherwise duplicate your entry in some fashion. Some entrants may choose to film a brief video, others may want to simply see a listing and photograph depicting the work. Regardless, we will remain open to ideas about how your scholarly work is presented in the 2010 FACE.