For personal items and TCU-themed gifts look no farther than artists and crafters.
For scientist Walter Kiefer ‘84, the mysteries of the moon are more than poetic.
Born in the Great Depression, TCU’s Neeley School of Business is reinventing itself again to meet new challenges of a changing world. But one constant remains –– the close bonds formed among its students, faculty, staff and alumni.
It takes more than great grades and top scores to get in Neeley. Students also have to interview to get in.
A glittering gala celebrates the past and looks to the future
Neeley alumni recall influential professors and mentors who helped launch their careers.
1938: TCU’s Department of Business Administration officially becomes the School of Business, offers the Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree and introduces the Master of Business Administration degree. 1944: The School of Business becomes the seventh major unit in TCU’s academic structure. E.M. Sowell is appointed first dean. 1949: School of Business graduates grow to
In the 1980s, she helped run Women’s Basketball’s offense. Today, at Balcom Agency, they call her “The Champion of Wow.”
Two-time PING All-American is among college golf’s best ball-strikers. While the junior from Antibes, France, dreams of pro career, he still has a national title in mind for the Frogs.