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TCU Faculty Senate met on Thursday to discuss a resolution on civil discourse. Photo via TCU.

DEI proposal prompts civil discourse

By Oscar HernandezPublished April 5, 2019

Discourse over the proposal to add Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to the Core Curriculum has left the Faculty Senate struggling to define civility. Confusion erupted on the first day of voting for...

TCU Faculty voting on secret DEI ballot

TCU Faculty voting on secret DEI ballot

By Oscar HernandezPublished March 26, 2019

Approximately 150 full-time faculty members were in attendance during Thursday's Faculty Assembly. Photo by Oscar Hernandez. TCU faculty have until 5 p.m. Wednesday to vote on taking the next steps...

The TCU Faculty Assembly will call to vote on the DEI proposal in the BLUU auditorium. Photo via TCU.

TCU Faculty Assembly may be one step closer to DEI vote

By Oscar HernandezPublished March 19, 2019

The TCU Faculty Assembly will meet Thursday with hopes to move forward on a proposal to add a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Essential Competency to TCU's Core Curriculum. To get a chance to vote...

Jolt student chapter in Austin, TX protesting. (Photo via mobilistationlab.org)

#JoltTheVote: A new group encourages political engagement

By Oscar Hernandez and Oscar HernandezPublished March 19, 2019

Jolt, a non-profit Latino civic engagement program, introduced itself to TCU students March 5 with a passion to encourage students to engage in issues immediate to the Fort Worth community. #JoltTheVote...

NEH Chairman John Peede delivers his speech at the Dee. J Kelly Alumni Center on Tuesday. Photo by Oscar Hernandez.

Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities ​speaks with TCU faculty and students

By Oscar HernandezPublished February 19, 2019

NEH Chairman John Peede delivers a speech at the Dee J. Kelly Alumni Center. Photo by Oscar Hernandez The chairman for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) spoke Tuesday to spark an interest...

TCU Alumna Michelle McKee Marlow reads her book S Is the Most Delicious Sound. Photo via Oscar Hernandez.

George C. Clarke Elementary celebrates TCU tutors

By Oscar HernandezPublished February 12, 2019

TCU alumna Michelle McKee Marlow reads her book "S Is the Most Delicious Sound." Photo by Oscar Hernandez George C. Clarke Elementary celebrated its partnership with TCU's Read On program Friday, which...

The TCU Faculty Senate met on Thursday. Photo via Oscar Hernandez.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Committee proposes new core requirement

By Oscar HernandezPublished December 7, 2018

The proposal to expand TCU’s Core Curriculum to include a focus on diversity would double dip with any of the five cultural competencies and take effect with incoming first-year students in the fall...

The TCU Faculty Assembly will call to vote on the DEI proposal in the BLUU auditorium. Photo via TCU.

Second candidate for provost scheduled for on-campus Q&A forum

By Oscar HernandezPublished November 30, 2018

A candidate in line to be the next provost is planned to host an on-campus Q&A forum Wednesday.   Faculty, staff and students will have a chance to hear from Dr. Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg,...

The open forum will be held in the Brown-Lupton University Union auditorium. Photo via TCU.

First provost candidate scheduled to attend on-campus open forum

By Oscar HernandezPublished November 14, 2018

The first of three candidates vying to be the next provost will visit campus Thursday and answer questions during an open forum. Dr. David Perlmutter, one of the candidates, is dean of the College...

The Faculty Senate meets once a month to discuss faculty related issues.

UPDATE: Open Forum offers students chance to meet provost candidates

By Oscar HernandezPublished November 7, 2018

10/9: TCU has scheduled three community forums for the three candidates for provost. This will be an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to ask questions of and give feedback on the candidates. Each...

Students sit during the TCU Justice Coalition meeting. Photo via Oscar Hernandez.

#DearTCU: Justice Coalition wants students to share their stories

By Oscar HernandezPublished October 26, 2018

The TCU Justice Coalition wants students to share stories about diversity, equity and inclusion - good or bad - on social media using #DearTCU. The student-based coalition wants to use the hashtag to...

TCU celebrates the public launch of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies. Photo via Oscar Hernandez.

Interdisciplinary Studies celebrates their public launch

By Oscar HernandezPublished October 21, 2018

TCU celebrated the public launch of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies Thursday and gave students an insight on how the programs impact the community. The mission of the new school is to empower...

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