Social work professor studies forgiveness among Holocaust survivors.
Features | Topics: Research
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.
Features | Topics: Research,Schieffer
The origins of the bas-relief on our 1940s and ’50s era buildings is a mystery.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Campus news,Research
Three new Energy Institute labs promise to tease out the unknowns in the Barnett Shale.
As the country struggles to provide the energy we need for a burgeoning population, TCU is chasing solutions.
An electric car gets students thinking about their alternatives.
1. During the Middle to Late Mississippian Age (about 350 million years ago), North Texas was under an ocean. Over the course of millions of years, the ocean dried up and sea creatures died. The mud hardened into rock and the organic matter decomposed and produced methane, the predominant component of natural gas. The methane deposits
TCU teams up with Oxford University to study how wind power is transforming Texas.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: CSE,energy,Research
Recent studies show that globalization is flattening the economy and that the empowering style of leadership doesn’t work well for new ventures.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Research
Recent research projects studied how well students recognize questionable behavior on the job as well as income levels for female vs. male sole proprietors.