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Education double major program gains popularity

Education double major program gains popularity

Published Apr 23, 2016
TCU students received free Steel City Popsicles and information about the education double major program.
During TCU Money Week, students could take a ride in the cash cab and answer money trivia questions for prizes.

Financial literacy program promotes saving, spending wisely

Published Apr 21, 2016
The new One Million Reasons program educates students on financial literacy.
The Neeley School of Business has plans to build new facilities.

Neeley School of Business cracks Bloomberg top 25 undergrad programs

Published Apr 20, 2016
Neeley was ranked the third best undergraduate program in the state.
Bob and Pat Schieffer at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 22nd Annual Hall of Fame Gala in 2013. The Schieffer family has established a new TCU scholarship worth more than $200,000 over four years.

Schieffer family establishes full ride TCU scholarship

Published Apr 19, 2016
The new scholarship will cover full tuition, room and board, books, fees and other expenses for up to four students each year.
The Four Day Weekend has become the Neeley School of Business Entrepreneur-In-Residence this year. Three co-founders are working on instruction videos about Yes, and business philosophy, which will be used as part of the Neeley schools curriculum for the upcoming school year.

Comedy group brings new approach of brainstorming to the Neeley School

Published Apr 10, 2016
Four Day Weekend is the Neeley School of Business’s newest Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
Chancellor Boscini prepares for the upcoming graduation ceremonies in 2016.

How does Chancellor Boschini prepare for graduation?

Published Apr 10, 2016
Signing 2,000 diplomas is one of the main tasks Chancellor Victor Boschini tackles before graduation.
Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) Co-Founder Kip Thorne speaks next to a visual of gravitational waves from two converging black holes, right, during a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, to announce that scientists they have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space-time that Einstein predicted a century ago. The announcement has electrified the world of astronomy, and some have likened the breakthrough to the moment Galileo took up a telescope to look at the planets. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Ripple Effect: TCU professor talks gravitational waves

Published Apr 8, 2016
The collision of two black holes over a billion years ago has caused some major waves both in the universe and in science.
Nathan Loewen received a grant to fund a research project and will present his work at the Student Research Symposium on Friday.

Students prepping for research symposium

Published Apr 7, 2016
The Student Research Symposium will showcase the work of students in the College of Science and Engineering on Friday.
Petri dish with bacteria. (Connie Beltran)

Students paint bacteria in cross campus learning

Published Apr 6, 2016
Science Meets Art is a part of the SciCom initiative which is intended to help science students communicate their work and research.
Greg Forgatch (left) and O. Homer Erekson chatted about how eHarmony started and has become the number one trusted online dating site for singles.

eHarmony co-founder speaks with TCU students

Published Apr 4, 2016
Students learned more about the popular online dating site at the Tandy Executive Speaker Series.
2015 Values and Ventures winners from San Diego State University with the grand prize check.

‘Values and Ventures’ competition attracts undergrads from all over

Published Mar 24, 2016
The Neeley School of Business will host the Values and Ventures competition for a sixth year in April.
Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., speaks during a House Ways and Means Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 4, 2013. Reed is drafting a proposal that would require college endowments of more than $1 billion to spend at least 25 percent of their profits every year on financial aid. Reeds goal is to help lower tuition costs for students from working-class families.

TCU has $1 billion endowment; Congress wants to know why

Published Mar 20, 2016
Congress is looking into how TCU and 55 other private schools use their endowments of over $1 billion.