Innovation: Reaching Out Across Campus

The Neeley School of Business and the College of Science & Engineering are next door on campus, but it can seem like light years separate them. Until one innovative, interdisciplinary project brought them together. (This story by Elaine Cole and Andrea Stafford originally appeared in the Spring 2018 issue of Neeley Magazine.) The Art Deco… Read more »

Understanding Literacy in Kids with Cochlear Implants

Even with hearing corrected, children may lag behind in language or reading comprehension. (This article by Rachel Stowe Master originally appeared in the Winter 2018 issue of TCU Magazine.) Listening and learning go together, but improving children’s ability to do the former doesn’t always help the latter. Hearing problems, even when corrected, can put students… Read more »

Professors Track China-Russia Alliance

A new research initiative illuminates six decades of Sino-Soviet relations to help predict future patterns. (This article by Mary Ann Kurker originally appeared in the Winter 2018 issue of TCU Magazine.) Scholars visiting the archives in Moscow must follow the Kremlin’s strict rules. Permission must be granted in advance, and Russian authorities decide which documents… Read more »

Sophomore Cannan Huey-You to be Featured on National TV

Twelve-year-old Cannan Huey-You, TCU sophomore majoring in physics and astronomy and engineering, will be one of six young students featured on “MythBusters Jr.,” which will air on the Science Channel later this fall. This not the first time Cannan and his older brother Carson Huey-You ’17 have shaken hands with a science star. Both were… Read more »

Annihilating Anthrax With Antibiotics

ClpXP mutation may be key to stopping tough bacterial infections. (This article by Jenny Blair was published in the Spring 2018 issue of Endeavors.) Anthrax has an Achilles’ heel — one that could help researchers create a new antibiotic to defeat the deadly bacteria as well as more common infections. Shauna McGillivray, associate professor of… Read more »

The Tough Talk You Need to Have With Your Parents Before College

Based on surveys from the JED Foundation and the American College Health Association, it’s unlikely that a student will graduate from college without at least knowing another student who has a mental health disorder, has attempted suicide, abuses drugs or has experienced an unwanted sexual contact. Eric Wood, associate director of counseling and mental health… Read more »

University to test TCU Alert July 11

On July 11, TCU will test the TCU Alert emergency mass communication system, which includes phone, text and email communication, as well as indoor and outdoor loudspeakers and emergency lighting on campus. These tests are routinely conducted to ensure the system functions as intended and that all audiences are familiar with it. The test message… Read more »

TCU Executive MBA is No. 18 in the World

TCU EMBA also ranks No. 3 in the world for faculty quality, No. 5 for program quality and No. 15 for student quality. The Economist has ranked executive MBA programs, and the TCU EMBA has achieved the position of No. 18 in the world, making it No. 8 among U.S. schools. Yale is No. 1,… Read more »

TCU Partnerships Shape the Future of Medicine

Leadership programs at two Fort Worth hospitals take physicians into uncharted territory. (This story by Trisha Spence was originally in the Winter 2018 issue of TCU Magazine.) Peaks the Dragon sat among dozens of furry friends inside a Build-A-Bear Workshop. The mythical blue and lime green creature is the mascot of Cook Children’s Health Care… Read more »

KTCU Celebrates 70 Years

The campus radio station offers students a chance for real-world experience. (This story by Trisha Spence is in the current issue of TCU Magazine. Spiral cords trail beige phones with gray cube buttons in the radio studio for KTCU. One is the “bat phone,” a sticker indicates. A soundboard lined with buttons, knobs and sliders… Read more »