Community Scholars bring new perspectives
Activist helps lead the charge for gender equality.
Space historian Valerie Neal shares stories from shuttle era.
Campus radio station offers real-world experience.
Krys Boyd brings her unique journalistic style to radio interviews.
May 10, 2019
Through a partnership with TCU, one Fort Worth school started a food sharing initiative.
March 25, 2019
Faculty lectures include a historical analysis of the Brexit movement and a story about Playboy magazine’s role in the Vietnam War.
February 11, 2019
Dorothy Fortenberry will join a list of lauded writers to participate in TCU’s Live Oak Reading Series.
Research + Discovery
Students tackle problematic plastics during Frog Forum.
Barto Farrar brought bandleaders, country stars and even a Nobel-winning scientist to the KTCU airwaves.
TCU’s career guru gives pointers on how to grab the next rung on the career ladder.
From Chancellor Boschini: TCU has undergone a significant campus transformation in recent years that extends beyond new facilities.
The former chancellor’s plans to shift demographics inspired an academic scholarship.
The collection highlights the achievements of the first American woman in space.
The Smithsonian curator’s latest nonfiction book is Spaceflight in the Shuttle Era and Beyond.
Campus News: Alma Matters
From video games to snowshoeing, the campus recreation director leads students and staff toward better health.
From college football announcer to ballet master, eight faculty discuss other lines of work that interest them.
Sports: Riff Ram
The triple jumper talks about his Olympic and TCU role models and how he challenges himself to think like a champion.
A new book, translated by a TCU professor, highlights contemporary Mayan poets and storytellers.
Pharmacogenomic testing opens the possibility of a tailored mix of medicines.
Thomas Atteberry ’75 puts stock in his ability to communicate, from radio to Wall Street.
By the numbers: The award-winning Discovering Global Citizenship internationalization program covered a lot of ground in its first four-and-a-half years.
The entire TCU Opera Studio performed in the steampunk-inspired rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Mathematics professor shines a light into the unknown in search of scientific connections.