TCU expects to graduate 1,873 Saturday at Spring Commencement

Texas Christian University expects to bestow degrees on 1,873 students at its spring Commencement in two formal ceremonies held in Fort Worth Convention Center on May 9. The number is significant, as 1873 is the year TCU was founded. Students will receive their diplomas from Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Of the total number of… Read more »

Science and Engineering Research Center 2015 grants announced

Congratulations to the 26 undergraduates who received Science and Engineering Research Center (SERC) grants to fund their undergraduate research project ideas! SERC 2015 Grants. TRENDING NOW #FrogSmarts Share your stories, photos and posts with us. Follow the conversation on Tagboard.

Bolin Innovation Forum delivers a thrill ride for your brain

You wouldn’t set up for a party and then sit around hoping people show up. Yet most people approach new ideas just that way. They stare at their computer screen or out the window and hope “aha!” moments come to them. Or they come up with a new idea and don’t understand why no one… Read more »

Neeley & Associates MBA consulting is featured in Times

In a Times Higher Education article, “Student-Consultants: Cut-Price Advice from Campuses,” writer Jon Marcus turned to TCU’s Neeley & Associates MBA consulting as an example of how clients are benefiting from students’ business insights, and how students utilize the opportunity to impress potential employers. Dave Boissevain, senior director of sales strategy and planning for PepsiCo’s… Read more »

Dr. Molly Weinburgh named a 2015 Piper Professor

Dr. Molly Hand Weinburgh, professor of science education in the TCU College of Education, has been selected as a Piper Professor for 2015. The honor was announced today by the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation of San Antonio which, each year since 1958, honors 10 Texas professors for their superior teaching. She joined the TCU faculty… Read more »

Honors & awards for Higher Education Leadership students

Students place 2nd at National Student Affairs Case Competition The TCU Team of Whitnee Boyd, Christi Grudier and Gary Stout had just 48 hours to prepare and present their findings in front of a panel of judges during the Case Study Competition at the 2015 National Association of Student Affairs Professionals (NASPA) Annual Conference in… Read more »

COE professors selected co-editors of literacy journal

TCU’s College of Education faculty members have been selected to serve as the editorial team for The Reading Teacher, the International Literacy Association’s leading peer-reviewed journal for education of literacy learners up to age 12. Jan Lacina and Robin Griffith will serve as co-editors of the journal for the next six years. Their appointment begins… Read more »

West Virginia wins Big 12 MBA business case competition at TCU

For the first time since the MBA case competition began nine years ago, all 10 schools from the Big 12 sent MBA teams to compete in the annual competition, hosted this year by TCU, also a first. West Virginia University won first place and $5,000 in the competition sponsored by Deloitte. TCU won second place… Read more »

Star-Telegram features COE Principal Prep program

There are currently 10 educators enrolled in the College of Education’s unique program to offer “boots on the ground” training to aspiring school principals. Read more at http://www.star-telegram.com/news/local/community/fort-worth/article15529673.html