Nobel laureate Leymah Gbowee mobilized women to demand an end to Liberia’s second civil war.
TCU’s award-winning international education program is making an impact on South Africa’s endangered rhinos.
As a child in Rwanda, Yannick Tona survived genocide to become a tireless promoter of tolerance and cross-cultural understanding.
Neeley students learn the art of haggling in Peru.
New program examines national identity among immigrants.
This year’s Study Abroad Photo Contest drew 185 entries including the one above from Bryan Toby, a sophomore political science and economics major from Hurst. The annual contest looks for photos that demonstrate how studying abroad promotes flexibility and adaptability, accomplishing new achievements and becoming a new person. “My study abroad experience was hands down
MBA students make connections in China.
United Kingdom program packs iPads for a mobile classroom.
In 1911, TCU set sail for Europe and began a 100-year tradition of study abroad. TCU’s first international trip involved a 1911 European voyage aboard the S.S. Uranium. The mayor of Fort Worth commissioned TCU professor Egbert R. Cockrell to “study the problems connected with the cities of America, England and Europe, and make a