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 »

Smithsonian Curator Chronicles Remarkable Life of Sally Ride

The collection highlights the achievements of the first American woman in space. This article by Mary Ann Kurker is in the current issue of TCU Magazine. Sally Ride asked her parents for a telescope when she was a girl. Gazing up at the heavens from her front yard in California, she likely missed the spot… Read more »

Welcome Elizabeth Deegan as Senior Director of Development for TCU Neeley

Deegan moves over to TCU Neeley from the TCU School of Fine Arts where she was director of development.   Elizabeth Deegan joins the TCU Neeley School of Business as senior director of development. She will lead advancement efforts with Ellie Hahn, associate director of development. “Elizabeth’s expertise and experience will be key to attracting… Read more »

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. The Art Deco Sinclair Building in downtown Fort Worth is undergoing a remarkable transformation, and TCU MBAs and engineering students are… Read more »

Katherine Spillar ’75 Fights for Feminism

Activist helps lead the charge for gender equality. This article by Lisa Martin is in the current issue of TCU Magazine. Feminism is enjoying a moment. Katherine “Kathy” Spillar ’75 could say the same. As executive editor of Ms. magazine and executive director of the Feminist Majority Foundation, Spillar has spent her entire career advocating… Read more »

Community Scholars Bring New Perspectives

Scholarship program opens up a world of possibilities to North Texas’s underserved elite students. This article by Caroline Collier ’98 (MLA ’17) is in the current issue of TCU Magazine. Learning to play golf doesn’t often lead to an academic scholarship, but that’s what happened for Courtland MacQueenette ’16. One afternoon in 2003, the then-10-year-old… Read more »

Putting Our Names on the Future of Business at TCU

TCU Neeley leaders, faculty, staff, honored guests and the Linbeck Construction crew signed their names on the final beam for the new building at a special ceremony. Honored guests Marlene Hays and daughter Mary Alice Hughes joined O. Homer Erekson, the John V. Roach Dean of the Neeley School of Business, to sign the final… Read more »

The Davies School Will Offer a Free Summer Speech & Language Clinic

The clinic will focus on improving language and literacy skills. A recent gift from Fort Worth Scottish Rite recently the Davies School will allow up to 20 children (pre-school children through those who will enter third grade) to receive free services during a three-week clinic at TCU’s Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorders in… Read more »

Ronald C. Parker Awarded TCU Neeley’s Bob Bolen Civic Leadership Award

Parker, former president and CEO of the Executive Leadership Council and retired senior vice president for PepsiCo, is honored for his service to the community. For his esteemed legacy of business acumen and community service, Ronald C. Parker was awarded the Bob Bolen Civic Leadership Award by the TCU Neeley School of Business. “Ron has… Read more »