In his eight-decade career, Jenkins wrote 24 books and hundreds of articles for Sports Illustrated and Golf Digest.
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Her role on the board combined her passions for athletics and education.
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Sullivan had a passion for art history and always looked for new sources of knowledge.
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The Medical City Dallas founder was a man of vision and analytical skills, both as a successful developer and a university board member.
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The Rev. Claude Walker ’77 DMin, an honorary trustee of Brite Divinity School, built his life around faith and education.
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The distinguished professor of English at TCU was the university’s first women’s basketball coach.
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Nuclear physicist helped beef up TCU’s research efforts and graduate programs in the 1960s, and along the way, became a prolific fundraiser during 28 years of service.
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Internationally renowned child development expert Dr. Karyn Sue Brand Purvis ’97 (MS ’01 PhD ’03) devoted her life and academic pursuits to helping “children from hard places,” a phrase she coined to describe youngsters affected by trauma, abuse and neglect. “There’s not a child she cannot heal,” psychology professor Dr. David Cross, her longtime mentor
Three-time All-American and All-SWC standout still considered by many as TCU Basketball’s greatest player.
After a career of teaching, sculptor of Clark Brothers statue produced one of TCU’s best-loved landmarks.