A pilot study will put data behind the idea that an exercise program can delay symptoms of the disease.
The Harris College professor works to improve the world as a social worker, volunteer, activist and mentor.
Emily Lund and Jean Rivera Pérez find kids’ programs can be effective language teaching tools.
Harris College researchers are creating a culture of mindfulness to counteract stress in nursing students.
Mary Twis explores techniques to listen to and support survivors as they rebuild their lives.
TCU’s first Black homecoming queen now has her own educational consulting group.
If you could create a cure for anything, what would it be and why?
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TCU’s Counseling & Mental Health Center supports students in innovative ways.
Twenty years later, those with the closest ties to 9/11 are still picking up the pieces.
The Texas siblings were close and it seems fitting their buildings are, too.