Study finds that too much greed and too much generosity can both hurt a company’s bottom line.
Research + Discovery | Topics: Neeley School of Business,Research & Discovery
Not just a horse, of course – equine-athletes are the stars of the stable at equestrian events.
Features | Topics: Athletics
From wounded to winner, the NIT standout is ready to succeed in his senior season with TCU men’s basketball.
Sports: Riff Ram | Topics: AddRan College of Liberal Arts,Men's Basketball
Sophie Penninck Purdy ’01, an electrical professional engineer and president of Fort Worth-based Axxis Building Systems, finds challenges, success and fun in a male-dominated industry.
Alumni | Topics: College of Science and Engineering,What I Learned Since Graduation
Ready for the biggest test? Aptitude, personality and skills tests help employers decide who fits in.
Alumni | Topics: Career Advice
If you’ve visited campus in the past decade, you’ve witnessed a dynamic TCU.
Letters | Topics: Chancellor's message
Interest in beer lured students into a geography class.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: show your syllabus
The Trinity Shakespeare Festival returned for its ninth season with summertime performances of Richard III and Measure for Measure.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: On Stage
The journalism scholar says that learning a language is key to unlocking layers of overlooked history.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Faculty Q&A,Schieffer College of Communication
The roundtable explores why undergraduate research is important in developing independent leadership.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: AddRan College of Liberal Arts,College of Fine Arts,College of Science and Engineering,Faculty Roundtable,Neeley School of Business