Kinesiology professor leads concussion research

Nestled away deep in the basement of the Rickel Building lies the Kinesiology Department’s Exercise & Sport Performance Lab which, upon first glance, may not appear to be a lab at all. With racks, weights, and lifting platforms filling the expanse of the space, you might think you’d accidentally stumbled into the football team’s weight… Read more »

Chair of TCU’s Theatre Department directs “Thurgood” at Jubilee Theatre

Harry Parker, professor and chair of TCU’s Theatre Department, has directed Thurgood, a one-man play depicting the rise of Thurgood Marshall to the U.S. Supreme Court. The production, featured recently in the Fort Worth Business Press, runs through Feb. 26 at Jubilee Theatre in Fort Worth. Parker earned his bachelor’s degree from TCU, and his master’s degree… Read more »

TCU School of Music Director named Music Administrator of the Year

The College Orchestra Directors Association has selected Richard Gipson as the Music Administrator of the Year. Gipson, who’s been the director of TCU’s School of Music since 2002, is credited with the school’s significant growth. Under his leadership, the number of full-time faculty members has grown by 65 percent, the number of students majoring in… Read more »

TCU’s LT elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

TCU football legend LaDainian Tomlinson has been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Tomlinson will be the third Horned Frog enshrined in Canton, joining Slingin’ Sammy Baugh (1963) and Bob Lilly (1980). This year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony is Aug. 5. “LT was a great player for TCU and in… Read more »

TCU alumnus leads informatics innovation

As Providence Health & Services’ newest Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Dave Hanson ‘03 is helping lead the way in the future of health care technology systems. Like many health care professionals, Dave Hanson decided to pursue a career in nursing because he wanted to make a difference. “For me, it’s not just a job,” he… Read more »

A message from the Chancellor

Dear Campus Community: Like many of you, I have been monitoring the impact of recently announced changes in federal immigration procedures and their effect on our campus population. Texas Christian University has a longstanding history of encouraging global awareness and cultural understanding – with programs designed to advance knowledge, broaden perspectives and make a positive… Read more »

TCU renews Transfer Chancellor’s Scholarships

Texas Christian University has announced the renewal of the Transfer Chancellor’s Scholarship that will cover full tuition for up to three years. Last available in Fall 2009, the scholarship will be for students with at least 60 transferrable hours and applying to enroll at TCU beginning in Fall 2017. Up to four Chancellor’s awards will… Read more »

Jobs are waiting for TCU Master of Accounting students in May

All 61 of the TCU MAc students graduating in May have signed full-time job offers as of December 2016 TCU Master of Accounting students know exactly where they are going after graduation this May. Five months before they even graduate, all of the current class of TCU MAc students have signed full-time job offers. This… Read more »

TCU Neeley Ranks 18 in the World and First in Texas for Supply Chain

When you want to know which school is doing the best job in your field, ask the experts. SCM World, a cross-industry community of the world’s most influential supply chain practitioners, asked members that question for the Future of Supply Chain survey. The experts said TCU Neeley is the best school in Texas and ranks… Read more »