From riches to rags to riches, the road to building a billion-dollar telecommunications company was never easy for Steve and Sarah Smith. But it has been interesting.
TCU parents Steve and Sarah Smith and the M.J. Neeley School of Business are having the ultimate power meeting.
The Neeley School’s Ryffel Center is one of only a few programs in the country to offer a bachelor’s degree in entrepreneurial management.
TCU’s M.J. Neeley School of Business traces its roots back to 1884, when the Commercial School was established.
Carrie Cassell Reber ’83 is keeping the Horned Frog faith where Ohio State is the organized religion.
Inaugural EMBA class begins, Math Prof. Rhonda Hatcher receives the Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, Biology Prof. Phil Hartman is honored with the Wassenich Award for Mentoring at TCU, Internet 2 debuts, Frogs are among the first Gates Millennium Scholars and freshmen enrollment breaks another record.
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Faculty and staff honored for their attitude and example.
A select few die-hard football fans got to enjoy a unique new preferred seating experience.
The Jack B. Friedman Judaica Library was dedicated in September.
Now in its second year, Camp Hope Connection helps kids adopted from foreign orphanages.