Marcin Koziak and YouYou Zhang will go for gold at 14th Cliburn Competition in May.
Students rank the TCU business program No. 5 in the nation in Bloomberg Businessweek 2013 Best Undergraduate Business Schools.
Elaine Frontain Bryant ’90, senior vice president for non-fiction programming on the A&E network, returned to campus in February to share insights into the television industry. With titles such as “Duck Dynasty,” “Storage Wars” and “Paranormal State” to her credit, Bryant is a leading executive in reality TV. More than 50 film-television-digital media (FTDM) majors at
In a Q & A with The TCU Magazine, political science professors Manochehr Dorraj and Carrie Liu Currier examine China’s growing influence in world’s energy markets.
Three Tarrant political leaders say at 12th annual Wright Symposium that contentious culture in Washington, Austin focused on blame, rather than solutions.
Could you spell kielbasa, detente or glockenspiel? Twenty-five of North Texas’ best young spellers could and competed at TCU for a spot in the national bee.
How to Get a Job class prepares students for the employment market.
Two School of Music students are among the 30 pianists selected to go for the gold at the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition May 24-June 9 in Fort Worth. They are Marcin Koziak, Artist Diploma student from Poland and YouYou Zhang, a graduate student in piano performance from China and the U.S. Koziak is
Professor Suki John’s new book chronicles lifelong fascination with Cuban dance
Nurturing the Soul of Your Family: 10 Ways to Reconnect and Find Peace in Everyday Life Renee Trudeau ’88 Austin writer Renee Trudeau ’88 follows up her book The Mother’s Guide to Self-Renewal with this new book aimed at helping busy moms slow down and tune into themselves and their families. Available at reneetrudeau.com and major