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KinderFrogs School graduates largest class in school history

Graduation may be over for TCU’s class of 2015, but some of TCU’s littlest Horned Frogs are just getting ready to walk across the graduation stage. On June 19, KinderFrogs School at TCU graduated thirteen students, its largest class since the school opened in 2000. KinderFrogs School is Tarrant County’s only early intervention educational program for children… Read more »

Pulitzer Prize-winning historian to speak about “Colonial transformations”

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Dr. Alan Taylor will present “Colonial Transformations” on Monday, June 15, at 6 p.m. in the Dee J. Kelly Alumni Center. The event is free and open to the public, and parking will be available at the Visitors Center. Presented by The Center for Texas Studies at TCU and Humanities Texas, “Colonial Transformations” will… Read more »

Toad to Omaha: TCU Baseball bound for College World Series

Via GoFrogs.com TCU walked-off with a thrilling 5-4, 16-inning victory over Texas A&M to advance to its second straight College World Series Monday night in front of 7,294 fans. Garrett Crain worked a 10-pitch lead-off walk to open the 16th. With two out and two on following a walk to Connor Wanhanen, Evan Skoug stepped… Read more »

Potential for severe weather this weekend

The National Weather Service has indicated the potential for severe thunderstorms beginning this afternoon and continuing through Sunday. Please monitor local media to be aware of watches and warnings, and be prepared to secure safe shelter in the interior portions of a substantial building, away from windows and doors. TCU has rescheduled its baseball games… Read more »

Message to students from the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs

Via Kathy Cavins-Tull Dear TCU Students, Over the last 72 hours, our campus has experienced the downside of social media in the posting of anonymous and offensive comments regarding issues of race on our campus and in our society. The conflicts that have consumed Baltimore, Ferguson and other communities are complicated and worthy of our debate. This… Read more »

Suzy Lockwood named Center for Connection Culture Hero

For her steadfast commitment to maintaining and strengthening a relationship-based culture at TCU, Suzy Lockwood has been selected as the Spring 2015 Center for Connection Culture Hero. Lockwood is director of undergraduate nursing studies in the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences, as well as a nursing professor and the director of the Center for Oncology Education &… Read more »

Opening up a world of rehabilitation

New hearing aid service at the Miller Speech & Hearing Clinic provides service to community while giving students more knowledge of technology in the field. Via TCU Magazine By Rick Waters ’95 More than a year ago, Nowell Donovan detected something wasn’t right. Students in his geology courses could hear him. They answered questions and… Read more »

March 25 lecture to examine relationship between technology and literacy

On March 25, Twyla Lofin will present “iTech, iTeach Struggling Readers,” a lecture examining technology integration in the classroom. Co-presented by the ANSERS Institute and the Harris College Davies School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (COSD), the program is designed for those studying or teaching COSD, special education or general education. The lecture will take place from 4-7 p.m…. Read more »