Inclement Winter Weather: What You Should Know

The National Weather Service currently predicts that a strong cold front will move through our area late Monday afternoon and evening, bringing with it light rain that is expected to change to freezing rain and sleet as temperatures fall below freezing. Some light snow also is possible before all precipitation ends Tuesday morning. Due to… Read more »

Your Inner Child May Spoil Your Diet

Kids who went hungry may overeat as adults, TCU psychology professor finds This story by Shirley Jinkins originally appeared in the Spring 2017 issue of Endeavors magazine. A childhood marred by poverty and food insecurity can stay with people as they age, even manifesting as adult obesity. Sarah Hill, associate professor of psychology, published two… Read more »

Executives Under the Microscope

Whether greed or generosity, leaders’ extremes mean trouble ahead for their companies, according to research by Michael Hitt, Distinguished Research Fellow. Following the Great Recession, many investors pointed fingers at the millionaires in charge of multibillion-dollar corporations, but were the accusations of avarice on target? Michael Hitt couldn’t find business research linking greed to the… Read more »

Keith Hmieleski named the Robert and Edith Schumacher Executive Faculty Fellow in Innovation and Technology

Along with serving as the Schumacher Executive Faculty Fellow, Hmieleski will serve as the academic director for the TCU Neeley entrepreneurship program.  Keith Hmieleski is one of the leading entrepreneurship professors in the country, highly regarded for his innovative teaching and research. He joined TCU Neeley in 2005. In 2012, he was awarded the Robert… Read more »

Leading by Design

Stacy Landreth Grau, professor of marketing practice and the lead instructor for Design Thinking, is honored as Neeley Alumni Professor of the Year. In classrooms, workshops and TCU Neeley executive education courses, Stacy Landreth Grau is helping create innovators who can tackle complex problems in business organizations. For that and her approach to marketing, the… Read more »

School of Music to Build State-of-the-Art Concert Hall

As other institutions across the nation are cutting funding to the arts, TCU is taking the lead on investing in the arts, on campus and in Fort Worth. The TCU School of Music is an internationally recognized and award-winning community featuring distinguished faculty and a talented, diverse student body. Driven by its mission to foster… Read more »

TCU Graduated 722 at Fall Commencement

August and December degree candidates participated in ceremony Texas Christian University and Brite Divinity School today bestowed degrees on 722 students from 38 states, including Texas, and from 20 foreign countries in two formal ceremonies held in the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena on the TCU campus. Students received their diplomas from Chancellor Victor J…. Read more »

One Week to Build a Business. Let The Games Begin!

For the final week of the semester, TCU MBAs must build a business, finance it, supply the product, manage employees, market it, and make it financially sound. Welcome to the fast-paced, intense, competitive, strategic world of business. Marketplace Live: a simulation so real, the only other way to get the experience is on the job…. Read more »

Why Do Jews Celebrate Hanukkah?

(This article by Ariel Feldman, associate professor of religion in AddRan College of Liberal Arts, and Rosalyn and Manny Rosenthal associate professor of Jewish Studies and Director of the Jewish Studies Program at Brite Divinity School, first appeared on the History News Network and When asked which Jewish holidays they know, my students frequently… Read more »