A successful son made his mother’s educational aspirations come true.
Latest News | Topics: College of Education,Neeley School of Business
February 24, 2022
Celebrating Black Leadership at TCU
TCU Presents hosted a conversation with trailblazing Horned Frogs James Cash ’69, Brandon Kitchin ’18 and student leaders Lau’Rent Honeycutt and Leslie Ekpe.
College Advising Corps Guides High School Students
The goal of TCU’s College Advising Corps is to make college a reality for all high school students.
Features | Topics: College of Education,infographic
McNair Scholars Program Supports Students
The initiative aims to diversify tomorrow’s world of higher education.
Alumni | Topics: College of Education
Rainwater Charitable Foundation Partners with TCU
The private family foundation has become a leading benefactor to TCU’s College Advising Corps.
Features | Topics: College of Education
Making College a Reality
TCU’s College Advising Corps helps North Texas high school students plot their next steps.
Features | Topics: College of Education,Feature
Black Student Presidents Blaze Trails
Leslie Ekpe and Lau’Rent Honeycutt are first to hold their offices.
Features | Topics: College of Education,Feature,Neeley School of Business
From Beyonce to George Floyd: A Q&A with Lynn Hampton
The sociologist brings race, feminism and social justice to the forefront of her classrooms.
Features, Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Education,John V. Roach Honors College,Q&A
TCU Magazine Podcast, Winter 2021
Miriam Ezzani on the Unified Voice and Structural Inequality
She worked with school leaders to institute anti-oppressive system.
Research + Discovery, Web Extras | Topics: College of Education,podcast,Research & Discovery
Making All Students Welcome: A Q&A with Frank Hernandez
The College of Education dean focuses on Latino and LGBTQ communities.
Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Education,Research & Discovery