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Graphic design professor named merit winner in HOW International Design Awards

Yvonne Cao’s project, Visual Translation, is a Merit winner in this year’s HOW International Design Awards. HOW, a highly selective and renowned competition sponsored by HOW magazine, recognizes excellence in graphic design, including annual reports, brochures, illustrations, photography and logos. Cao’s project focuses on facilitating a smooth visual transition in western branding with typography. Her… Read more »

Nov. 17 panel to explore global impact of healthcare

As part of TCU’s Discovering Global Citizenship initiative, a panel of five experts in global healthcare relief will discuss their efforts and share insights. The free event, which is co-presented by the College of Science & Engineering and the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences, is open to all TCU students, faculty and staff. Giving Thanks. Giving… Read more »

Baird Family exhibit to open at library

The Mary Couts Burnett Library will open the Baird Family exhibit, a tribute to the family, Friday, Nov. 6. The exhibit, which is open through the end of the year, includes photos, bakery advertisements, marketing initiatives, baking advancements introduced by the Bairds and more. Admission to the exhibit is free and open to the public… Read more »

Student Town Hall Meeting scheduled for Nov. 3

Ask Boshini! Student Town Hall Meeting Tuesday, Nov. 3 12 p.m. BLUU Market Square Private Dining Rooms Students, faculty and staff are invited to join Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr., for an interactive discussion about important issues facing TCU.  

Fox Sports Southwest highlights the Pride of TCU

Fox Sports Southwest featured the TCU Marching Band in a news segment titled “Inside TCU Football” last week, just in time for TCU’s homecoming. The video gave viewers an inside look at the pride, honor, fun, energy, and, of course, hard work, TCU’s band members contribute to their craft each week. With 205 members, the… Read more »

Library addition to open Oct. 1

The new section of the library is now expected to open by Oct.1, instead of the originally anticipated mid-August opening. Late in the construction process, the design and construction team recognized an opportunity to improve the interior of the renovated library. While this adds a few weeks to the construction process, it will greatly enhance the… Read more »

Civil rights oral history project receives NEH grant

The National Endowment for the Humanities on Tuesday announced that the Civil Rights in Black and Brown Oral History Project, a collaborative research initiative led by Assistant Professor of History Max Krochmal, has received a $200,000 grant from the agency. The grant to TCU, which includes $100,000 in outright funding and $100,000 in federal matching… Read more »

Fort Worth team to focus on improving health care for older residents

Courtesy of UNT HSC Newsroom TCU will team up with the UNT Health Science Center, JPS Health Network and the United Way’s Area Agency on Aging of Tarrant County to transform geriatric care in North Texas by improving medical training and health-care delivery for the region’s rapidly growing population of older residents. The unique collaboration is among initiatives… Read more »

Chris Watts named a Fellow by American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Dr. Christopher Watts, professor and director of the Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorders, was recently named a Fellow by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Fellowship is one of the highest honors the organization bestows. “I am honored and humbled by this recognition,” said Watts. “The list of those who have been recognized as ASHA Fellow is… Read more »