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Parkinson's patient Joe Browder at Paulie Ayala's University of Hard Knocks on Thursday, January 13, 2022. When people in Fort Worth receive a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, they formerly had nowhere to turn to seek advice or resources. Chris Watts, the Marilyn and Morgan Davies Dean of Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences, created a center to encourage sufferers to come together and participate in vigorous exercise, which slows the development of the disease. The patient population in turn feeds his student-involved research on balance, gait and breathing among the Parkinson’s population. Photo by Joyce Marshall

May 4, 2022

Summer 2022: Coming Soon

TCU Magazine will deliver stories on Parkinson’s disease research, businesspeople working for the greater good and the power of the introvert.

Dongwoo Kim, assistant professor of economics in TCU's AddRan College of Liberal Arts, discusses his research into correlations between public employee pension plans, salaries and employee retention. Photo by Leo Wesson, October 19, 2021

Retirement Plans Help Schools Retain Teachers

Even before Covid-19 burnout prompted some teachers to retire earlier than they’d planned, Dongwoo Kim had been researching how better retirement savings options could stem such career departures.

James Cash '69, Leslie Ekpe and Lau'Rent Honeycutt are the featured panelists for a February 28, 2022, Facebook Live event honoring Black leadership at TCU

February 24, 2022

Celebrating Black Leadership at TCU

TCU Presents hosts a conversation with trailblazing Horned Frogs James Cash ’69, Brandon Kitchin ’18 and student leaders Lau’Rent Honeycutt and Leslie Ekpe.