Female Equality in STEM Fields

Themes of lauded film Hidden Figures linger as conversations about gender bias continue, especially in STEM fields. This article by Makenzie Stallo originally appeared in the Spring 2017 issue of TCU Magazine. Sitting in the middle of a Midwest college classroom with books on the desk and pencils sharpened, Diane Snow was unprepared for what… Read more »

TCU MBAs Win First Place in Big 12 Competition

Big 12 bragging rights just got a little bigger. A team of super-smart TCU MBAs won First Place in the Big 12 MBA Case Competition, the first time TCU has won since joining the conference. “We realized the importance that a win in this Big 12 competition would mean for TCU Neeley. It gave us… Read more »

Board of Trustees Meeting Report from Chancellor Boschini

Earlier today, at the conclusion of the regularly scheduled spring Board of Trustees meeting, Chancellor Boschini shared the following synopsis of board action: Dear Campus Community,  The Texas Christian University Board of Trustees held its regularly scheduled spring meeting starting Wednesday of this week and ending today. The board approved many important resolutions and policies… Read more »

TCU Neeley Launches Center for Real Estate

The DFW Metroplex is one of the foremost real estate hubs in the country, making it the perfect place for a center to provide research, training and partnerships for students and professionals.  Strong demand from students and DFW real estate professionals has resulted in a new Center for Real Estate at the TCU Neeley School… Read more »

For TCU Community Scholars Program, Community is the Most Important Word

Texas Christian University believes that a vibrant, diverse community is essential for a quality education. The Chancellor’s Council on Diversity established the Community Scholars Program in 2000 as a way to increase diversity on campus. The immediate goal was to attract students to TCU who have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership skills, and to provide… Read more »

Taking the Lead On Generosity

As TCU launches Lead On, a tangible representation of our brand identity—what we do, how we do it and why it matters, we are highlighting Horned Frogs who demonstrate the TCU culture: that sense of spirited belonging that fuels us to be better, achieve more and have an impact for the greater good. Strong brands… Read more »

TCU Entrepreneurship Competition for Social Businesses Awards $78,250 to Winners out of 55 Teams

Better access for autism treatment. Cold endurance masks for asthmatic children. Cleaner hospital sinks to prevent deadly infections. The TCU Neeley Entrepreneurship Center funds these ideas and more for the 2018 Values and Ventures® Competition.   Inspiring doesn’t even begin to cover it. When college students from 55 universities came to TCU for the 2018 Richards Barrentine… Read more »

Rocking the Vote

Emily Farris, assistant professor of political science, studies social capital and why black women participate more in politics. (This article by Jessica Llanes originally appeared in the Fall 2016 issue of “TCU Magazine.”) In an era of historically low participation in American politics, what prompts civic engagement among marginalized groups? What role does community play… Read more »

Health Care Panel Discusses Effective Ways to Combat Opioid Crisis

Experts from emergency medicine, pharmacy and mental health talked with Dr. Stuart Flynn, dean of the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine, at the annual Health Care Forum. A nasal spray of the drug Naloxone, also known as Narcan, can instantly reverse the effects of an opioid overdose and save someone’s life. Overdoses are the… Read more »