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Shaping the future of health care

Harris College launches collaborative institute to shape the future of health care Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences is pleased to announce the formation of the Health Innovation Institute at TCU (HIIAT), a collaborative institute that houses four related centers: the Center for Translational Research; the Center for Collaborative Practice; the Center for Oncology… Read more »

TCU graduated 1,873 Saturday at its spring Commencement

Texas Christian University bestowed degrees on 1,873 students at its spring Commencement in three formal ceremonies held in the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena on the TCU campus May 7. The number is significant, as 1873 is the year TCU was founded, and it is the second consecutive spring that number of students graduated. Students… Read more »

Spring Commencement features “firsts”

Texas Christian University will feature several “firsts” at its spring Commencement. For the first time, three formal ceremonies will be held at 9 a.m., 1 and 5 p.m. in the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena, 2900 Stadium Dr., on the TCU campus. Parking is free and tickets are not necessary for entry.   Also a… Read more »

College of Education wins national award

Texas Christian University’s College of Education Language & Literacy Program, received the Wisniewski Teacher Education Award, an honor presented annually to recognize an outstanding teacher education program at a college or university. College of Education Dean Mary M. Patton accepted the award during the Society of Professors of Education (SPE) annual meeting in Washington, D.C…. Read more »

‘Think Global’ discussion addresses local and global impact of sex slavery

THINK GLOBAL: Sex Trafficking April 4, 6 p.m., Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom [map] FREE, open to the public Around the world, and right here in Dallas-Fort Worth, countless women are forced, coerced or tricked into sexual servitude. A complex web of economic, social and political factors leave these women dependent on their traffickers and deprived of other options…. Read more »

Her name is Hope

Learn about the TCU Rhino Initiative and the rhino crisis through the eyes of a TCU student. The College of Science & Engineering, in conjunction with the College of Fine Arts, announce the grand opening of the TCU Rhino Exhibit, “Her name is Hope.” The exhibition features artwork and photography by senior studio art major… Read more »

Partnership with UNTHSC and Debbie Rhea honored at HealthCare Heroes

Fort Worth Business presented the 2016 Healthcare Hero awards Wednesday night at the Fort Worth Club. Texas Christian University and the University of North Texas Health Science Center’s partnership for the new M.D. school was honored with the Vision Award. The HealthCare Heroes Vision Award is given to individuals or institutions that provide a new… Read more »

Professor studies anti-human trafficking efforts

New research released on effectiveness of anti-human trafficking efforts in the United States After more than two years of data collection and analysis, a team of researchers from Colorado College, Northeastern University and Texas Christian University have published the first-ever report on the effectiveness of anti-human trafficking efforts in the United States. This National Institute… Read more »

Juniors participate in inaugural White Coat Ceremony

The School of Nursing in Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences held its inaugural White Coat Ceremony for junior nursing majors Jan. 14 in the Robert Carr Chapel. June Marshall ’97 (DNP ’11), nurse scientist at Texas Health Resources, spoke at the ceremony. Recent TCU nursing alumni assisted with presenting the white coats. The… Read more »

Online Nursing Graduate Program rises in rankings

U.S. News & World Report today announced that Texas Christian University’s online graduate nursing program has been ranked 20, up 24 spots from 44 last year. Program rankings consider student engagement, faculty credentials and training, peer reputation, student services and technology and admissions selectivity. “I attribute this increased recognition to the dedication of our faculty… Read more »