Kinesiology study finds plate size doesn’t affect consumption.
Annual online research feature looks at the work of 12 extraordinary professors.
Students conduct field research to gauge wind turbines’ impact on birds.
Wind turbines may be a symbol of green energy, but what effects are they having on the ecosystem? TCU biology professors Amanda Hale and Kris Karsten ’00 are exploring why some species of bats are at risk and what can be done to help them.
Texas leads the United States in wind-powered generation capacity.
Film showcases passion for Native American artifacts.
From decoding ancient artifacts to tracking water supply lines, TCU researchers are exploring unchartered areas of academia.
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.