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Yuan Xiong Lu: Building Bridges Through Music

Since his arrival at TCU in 2008, Yuan Xiong LU has not only brought international recognition to the university’s School of Music, but he has also developed an outstanding double bass program and festival that attracts world-class artists to Fort Worth. Yuan is a dreamer. Born in Shanghai, Yuan displayed a real aptitude for the… Read more »

Fogelson Honors Forum presents Dr. Shibley Telhami on Jan. 21

The 2014-2015 Fogelson Honors Forum, presented by John V. Roach Honors College, will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 21 in Ed Landreth Auditorium. This year’s guest is Dr. Shibley Telhami, speaking on what is at stake between America and the Middle East, also the subject of a book he published a decade ago. He… Read more »

Business students marketing goods crafted by women in Ethiopia

How do you build opportunity out of abject poverty? Students in Dr. David Gras’ values-centered entrepreneurship class are learning by doing. They are designing and marketing jewelry, headbands and soap for Ethiopian women to create so they can support their families. Each student is a pro-bono consultant for the Adera Foundation, which improves the lives… Read more »

New housing option offers students language immersion lifestyle

TCU has recently opened a new immersion residence that offers students an opportunity to practice and refine their foreign language skills. Known collectively as the Language Houses, the residence includes four suites in Mabee Hall in Tom Brown/Pete Wright Residential Community for students currently studying French and German. Students who elect to live in a Language… Read more »

Study abroad this summer with the College of Education

The TCU College of Education recognizes the importance of international experiences and the value of learning about education systems outside of the United States. This summer, the College of Education is offering study abroad courses that will explore higher education and counseling in Great Britain or international education in various countries in Europe. Please read… Read more »

Michael Bachmann’s weapon of choice: the keyboard

Criminal Justice professor is leading the next big movement in cybercrime at home and abroad Criminal Justice professor Michael Bachmann is in high-demand these days. An expert in the intersecting fields of technology and crime, he’s traveling around the world to help governments and organizations identify and prevent violent crime. Originally from Germany, Bachmann joined… Read more »

Ranch Management continues building bridges with the international agriculture industry

Participants from Central and South America will attend seminars and field demonstrations at the Beefmaster International Group Event. The TCU Ranch Management program is co-hosting a group of cattlemen and agricultural policy makers for a three-day event in north Texas, August 18-20. The Beefmaster International Group (BIG) Event brings together representatives from the Texas Department… Read more »