Film-Television-Digital Media class examines vampires in modern culture.
Social work professor studies forgiveness among Holocaust survivors.
From Bram Stoker’s novel “Dracula,” first published in 1897, to the modern day vampire mania of “Twilight,” vampires have been a staple of popular culture.
“Dumpster diving is the intersection of two major issues we’re dealing with today — sustainability and the down economy,” says Ferrell.
In the course called Multi-Platform Journalism, students debate how to cover a story using an ever-growing arsenal of new media technologies — from online video interviews to photo slideshows to blogs.
Even the teachers are students in the TCU/Museum School partnership.
Nursing instructor, public health class help implement features in the federal Safe Routes to School initiative, making schoolchildren safer and getting more exercise.
Budding business owners get practical help through a public-private partnership between the City of Fort Worth, the Neeley Entrepreneurship Center and others.
The origins of the bas-relief on our 1940s and ’50s era buildings is a mystery.