Women’s golf coach is the third-longest tenured coach at TCU and discussed what’s kept her squads going back to the NCAAs year after year. 2013 is the 18th year in a row.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Nicholas Carr says today’s constant bombardment of information both helps and hurts the human mind. The Internet especially builds new strengths in visual-spatial intelligence, but it weakens people’s ability for mindful knowledge acquisition, critical thinking and imagination. Carr’s book The Shallows was selected as the Common Reading text this fall, and the
TCU offered courses in accounting, business administration, finance, insurance, secretarial sciences and transportation utilities as early as 1884, but it wasn’t until 1938 that the university boasted of a school of business. In August 2013, TCU’s Neeley School of Business will turn 75, but that hasn’t stopped dean O. Homer Erekson ’74 from touting the
The chancellor discusses his appointment to the board of the American Council on Education and what it means for TCU.
Top Washington lobbyist for higher education says universities in for tough times with down economy, but TCU better than most.
Our resident sports nut and historian Dan Jenkins ‘53 remembers 1938 better than last week’s fried chicken. That title year – and a lot more – is all in his new TCU Football Vault, which he essentially wrote for free.
When he came up short to questions his young daughters were asking about our world, actor/director/author Turk Pipkin turned to rocket scientist Sir Joseph Rotblat and eight other Nobel Laureates, then made a movie of their conversations.
Alex Tamayo-Wolf, ‘94, wrote Revolution as a tribute to his maternal grandfather Georg Wolf, who served as police chief in Zirndorf, Germany during Nazi tyranny and helped many Jewish families escape the Holocaust.
She’s not a “first lady” or an armchair quarterback, and she doesn’t want to know which players are in the coach’s doghouse. What does Kelsey Patterson want? “To love ’em up,” as her husband puts it.