His book, Played Out: The Race Man in 21st Century Satire explores Black satirists creating vulnerability to highlight the inner emotional lives of Black men.
TCU professors study media’s impact on effective messaging regarding illness and treatments.
His book Played Out: The Race Man in 21st Century Satire is an examination of inclusion and social justice.
Consumer-brand identification plays a key role in overcoming customer dissatisfaction after a corporate fiasco.
The director of TCU’s Center for Urban Studies created two free tools that allow people to tap into U.S. Census Bureau information to make their own maps.
In a video, the director of TCU’s Counseling & Mental Health Center talks through the signs of trauma.
Surviving Covid-19 and learning to manage her anxiety changed Sarah Angle’s sense of self.
A free-form digital project combines creativity with technology.
Corporate governance resists untested ideas, and Ryan Krause identified why these innovations fall by the wayside.