Nursing Student Represents TCU During WHO Internship

By Holly Farason Senior nursing student Crysta Coomer always knew she wanted to make an impact on the lives of others. It all began on a mission trip to the Bahamas where she worked with an organization called the All Saints Aids Camp, helping those suffering from AIDS. “I had never been so happy in my entire… Read more »

TCU Nursing Students Propose Trail Extension

By Laine Zizka What can a small army of nursing students do to impact public health in Fort Worth? The answer is, quite a lot. Armed with the TCU name and a lot of passion, 12 public health nursing students have been collaborating since August to get a proposal for a walking trail extension added… Read more »

TCU Nursing Student Finds Success in Mayo Clinic Internship

By Laine Zizka It’s not often a student can say they have a post-graduation job lined up before their senior year, much less one at Mayo Clinic. In this case, after completing a summer externship with the clinic, graduating senior nursing student Laura Sassos can say both. Sassos, not one to shy away from a… Read more »

Meet Your Newest TCU Neeley Professors

TCU Neeley welcomes nine new faculty members who deepen our academic experience with excellent teaching, research and professional experience. Business is the most popular major at TCU, as it is at universities across the nation. That means more professors are needed to lead our students in the latest thinking, insights, skills and research. Meet the… Read more »

LiiNK Project Brings Recess Four Times a Day to Little Elm ISD

Recess 4 times a day? Little Elm ISD says it helps in the classroom (This story originally aired on WFAA.) If your child’s favorite subject is recess, they might be on to something. A growing number of school districts are adopting a program that expands recess, with surprising results. The program is called LiiNK, or… Read more »

Head Trauma

TCU researchers use football program to examine the potential neurological protection of omega-3.  (This story by Lisa Martin originally appeared in the Spring 2017 issue of Endeavors magazine.) Long after the Horned Frogs trounced Ole Miss in the Peach Bowl, the legacy of that storied season continued with groundbreaking research into head trauma. In fact,… Read more »

Undergrad Alumni Endorse TCU Neeley for Academics, Mentoring and Preparation

Who better to trust for a candid opinion of their business school than recent alumni? Ours put TCU Neeley second in the nation as recommended to friends in the 2017 Poets&Quants undergrad B-school ranking. TCU Neeley undergraduate alumni scored their school 9.83 out of 10 as one they would recommend to a close friend or… Read more »

Be Our Guest

By Katie Kassler “Have you ever seen Oprah’s Legends Ball?” I hadn’t, but after watching a few YouTube videos, I understood exactly what one guest of True Worth Place was talking about. In 2005, Oprah invited 25 outstanding women, like Tina Turner, Maya Angelou, and Coretta Scott King, to her home in California to celebrate… Read more »

Theatre TCU Earns Rave Reviews

Theatre TCU’s studio season in Fall 2017 featured three successful productions, including the sold-out classic Fiddler On the Roof (book by Joseph Stein, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick). Read more in Broadway World.