TCU’s resident meteorite expert explores clues about Earth’s beginnings.
Campus News: Alma Matters, Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Science & Engineering,Faculty Q&A
TCU football coach Gary Patterson discusses the mathematics of fourth down – as he sees it.
Features | Topics: College of Science & Engineering
TCU Pre-Health Professions students studied for the rigors of chemistry, anatomy, biology and more. But they also knew when to let their hair down.
For 100 years, TCU’s Pre-Health Professions Program has prepared students for post-graduate schools through rigorous coursework, access to high-quality clinical experiences and personalized academic advising from faculty mentors.
1911: TCU takes over operations of the Fort Worth School of Medicine in downtown. 1912: The American Medical Association issues new requirements forcing medical schools to have hefty endowments. By 1917, the university is warned it is not in compliance and the board of trustees closes TCU’s medical school. 1913: Story in the Horned Frog notes
More than a century ago, Horned Frogs studied to become doctors at the university’s own medical school.
Environmental Stewardship class finds inspiration in nature on day-long field trip to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: College of Science & Engineering
Longtime TCU professor will serve as dean of TCU’s College of Science & Engineering program beginning June 1.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Campus news,College of Science & Engineering
Horned Frog biologists Matt Chumchal ’03 MS and Ray Drenner, and five of their graduate students, have produced 19 scholarly papers and 93 scholarly presentations.
Features | Topics: College of Science & Engineering,TCU Research
Once deposited in water, certain microorganisms can change it into methylmercury, a highly toxic form that builds up in fish, shellfish and animals that eat fish.