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TCU again recognized with the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award

As Texas Christian University continues to focus on strengthening the TCU experience and campus culture, the university was recognized again with the ...

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Dr. Zoranna Jones Discusses TCU’s STEM Scholar Program and the Importance of Helping Students Succeed

  Zoranna Taylor Jones ’98 (Ms ’07) is a Mentor at Harris College This article appears in the Spring 2019 issue of TCU Magazine. What does th...

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Dr. Frederick Gooding Jr., of TCU Honors College, Book Release

Dr. Gooding Jr. is set to release a book highlighting and bringing light to the several overlooked Black federal workers in the post World War II indu...

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TCU Educates the Next Generation of Rwandan Leaders

Rwandan students seeking ways to positively impact their country’s future turn to TCU. During the 1994 Rwandan genocide, soldiers and militias kille...

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A Recap of Campus Conversations

  Thank you to everyone who attended the Campus Conversations event. If you were unable to attend, we hope you’ll watch the recording of th...

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TCU receives “Insight Into Diversity” 2018 Higher Education Excellence In Diversity Award

TCU, in its first year to apply, has received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine. The award mea...

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Breathing Room fosters environment of inclusion

The Breathing Room is TCU’s first affinity group, a voluntary, employee-led group designed to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace by joining to...

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Elvis Gallegos and Miguel Cruz said they learned to be adaptable during their inaugural season. Photo by Leo Wesson

Miguel Cruz, Elvis Gallegos Bring TCU Football to Spanish Speakers

Broadcasters bring information, excitement and Latin spice to the airwaves on game day. by Caroline Collier Photos by Leo Wesson Miguel Cruz was among...

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In 2015, Fayneese Miller became president of Hamline University – becoming the first African-American and the second woman president since the St. Paul, Minnesota, university was founded in 1854. Photo by David J. Turner

Fayneese Miller is a Leader

The alumna and president of Hamline University emphasizes action over good intentions and owning up to whatever results may come. A lot has changed si...

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Catherine Coleman, associate professor of strategic communication, followed a research approach “intended to focus on improving the lives and well-being of people around the world.” Photo by Mark Graham

Research Spotlight: Gender Inequality in Marketing

Gender Inequality in Marketing Catherine Coleman investigates the link between marketing campaigns and inequalities women experience in economic marke...

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