TCU teams up with Oxford University to study how wind power is transforming Texas.
Over eight years, he helped redesign undergraduate programs and develop new certification levels.
We need to remember that even a cup of joe leaves an environmental footprint.
Skiff writer recalls the origin of the Brown-Lupton Student Center.
Bob Schieffer and Honky Tonk Confidential profess their love of the City Where The West Begins with the speak-song “Fort Worth-Dallas.”
Susan Rieff ’78 worked to protect our environment long before it came in vogue.
Terry Stuart Forst ’92, ranch manager at the 40,000-plus-acre 7S Stuart Ranch, is inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame.
Diana Vela ’05 (PhD) focused her thesis on historical writings by women in the Southwest — and ended up in history herself.
In a new book titled From the Garden Club, English associate professor Charlotte Hogg studied the writing communities of older women in the small town of Paxton, Neb., and found a trove of unsung women writers and rekindled her own family ties. Here, she offers advice for others interested in discovering and documenting the lives of their loved ones.