The physician is a key part of Care Beyond the Boulevard and frequently travels to Uganda, Mali and India for surgical trips.
The pediatrician considers numerous determinants of health in her practice at the Granbury, Texas, nonprofit.
The endocrinologist heads the Diabetic Foundation of the High Plains and runs Camp New Day.
The emergency room physician started Music Meets Medicine to give children with long-term illnesses a creative escape.
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.
Four alumni physicians have a heart for healing and work to make the world a better place — one patient at a time.
The Dallas-Fort Worth nonprofit provides housing as well as support and friendship for people fleeing persecution.
Jim Estill cultivates a life of hard work and lends his business expertise even in retirement.
Alumni, Campus News: Alma Matters
The director of the Harris Academic Resource Center discusses TCU’s STEM Scholar program and the importance of helping students succeed.
The reimagined facility connects our past, our future and one another.
Campus News: Alma Matters
Students combine creativity with market standards as they learn methods and practices for designing a consistent visual brand for a company.
Research + Discovery
Assistant professor Aesha John researches the understanding, impact and resources of parents with an intellectually disabled child.
Professor Onofrio Annunziata focuses on dendrimers that can make the proteins they attach to tougher and less susceptible to deterioration inside the body.
Dance professor Susan Douglas Roberts explores liveliness and defining virtuosity as a performer.
Kathleen Strickland-Cohen and Kathleen Kyzar want to foster partnerships while problem behavior is mild or moderate.
Alumni, Sports: Riff Ram
The pitcher focuses on getting healthy and finishing his redshirt senior season before heading for the Major League.
Amanda Stallings ’97 (MLA ’01) discusses the Dee J. Kelly Alumni & Visitors Center renovation and meeting people where they are.
Alumni, Campus News: Alma Matters, Features
The center is now two times bigger and better.
In his eight-decade career, Jenkins wrote 24 books and hundreds of articles for Sports Illustrated and Golf Digest.
Her role on the board combined her passions for athletics and education.
Sullivan had a passion for art history and always looked for new sources of knowledge.
The Medical City Dallas founder was a man of vision and analytical skills, both as a successful developer and a university board member.