The reimagined facility connects our past, our future and one another.
Last year Provost Nowell Donovan made the bittersweet announcement of his retirement this May. As provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs since 2004, Donovan is the senior member of the Chancellor’s Cabinet, responsible for academic leadership and policy.
You might have read or heard this popular story about failure. As a young man, Walt Disney was fired from a Missouri newspaper. An editor told him he “lacked creativity.”
Congressman Jim Wright’s papers are now part of Mary Couts Burnett Library’s Special Collections.
From Chancellor Boschini: TCU has undergone a significant campus transformation in recent years that extends beyond new facilities.
If you’ve visited campus in the past decade, you’ve witnessed a dynamic TCU.
In more than a decade of commencement ceremonies, I have made it a point not to call attention to an individual student. But this past May I made not one but two exceptions.
There are few things more magical for the Horned Frog family than when we celebrate spectacular moments together.
In a March 2015 article about higher education innovation, Fast Company magazine featured our Rees-Jones Hall, describing it as “an incubator facility designed to maximize social and intellectual connectivity.”
It was fun to read the comments about rubbing the Horned Frog’s nose. Spreading cheerful fun with my creation since 1984 warms my heart. Seppo Aarnos TCU parent and sculptor of TCU Horned Frog Praise for Ralph Carter VERY well deserved! Dr. Carter is one of the best lecturers I’ve ever heard. John Bennett Missing Richard