Liberal Arts

TCU history professor receives Fulbright Award to teach in Hungary

TCU history professor Dr. Kenneth Stevens is a 2014 recipient of the Fulbright Scholar Distinguished Chair Award. He will serve as the Laszlo Orszagh Distinguished Chair in American Studies at the University of Debrecen in eastern Hungary for the fall 2014 semester. Stevens has been a professor in the history department at TCU for over… Read more »

Dr. Joddy Murray named ACE Fellow for 2014-2015

Dr. Joddy Murray, Associate Professor of English and Director of Undergraduate Studies at TCU, is one of 31 college faculty and administrators invited to become an ACE Fellow by The American Council on Education. Today’s announcement notes that he is in the 2014-2015 Emerging Leaders Group. This award is based on thorough consideration of Dr…. Read more »

International philosophers discuss consciousness and the human mind

The Ronald E. Moore Humanities Symposium, “Consciousness,” will take place March 27-29 on the TCU campus and will bring together ten internationally-recognized philosophers presenting papers on consciousness and the human mind. Presentations will begin at 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 27, and will conclude on Saturday, March 29, with a panel discussion starting at 4:30… Read more »

Chancellor John Sharp, Texas A&M, will present at the Jim Wright Symposium

On March 20, John Sharp, Chancellor, Texas A&M University System, will present a lecture on the changing nature of Texas politics at the annual Jim Wright Symposium following a noon luncheon at the Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom. The event is free with registration and open to the public. After earning a bachelor’s degree in political… Read more »

Sociology Green Honors Chair lecturer examines human-canine relationship

Dr. Clinton Sanders, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Connecticut, will present the Sociology Green Honors Chair Lecture on March 26. His talk, “Regarding Dogs: Social Science and Canine Relationships,” will begin at 6 p.m. in Sid Richardson, Lecture Hall 3. The event is free and open to the public. Sanders’ groundbreaking research posits alternatives… Read more »

Model UN students recognized at D.C. national conference

by Jen Truax, Strategic Communications intern The TCU Model United Nations team recently went to Washington D.C. to compete in a national conference where students Christian Johnson and Kelsey Edwards won individual awards. Johnson and Edwards were recognized for their representation of the Republic of Korea Security Council. The team of TCU students on the… Read more »