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President Barack Obama speaks in the gym at Coral Reef High School, Friday, March 7, 2014, in Miami. Obama traveled to the Miami school to unveil a new initiative to ensure more students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), a document required for most types of school financial aid such as Pell grants. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

FAFSA and TCU to include two years of tax income data

Published Feb 14, 2016
TCU is altering its FAFSA requirements.
The 2015 Deans Research and Creativity Award winners with the Chancellor. From left to right, John T. Harvey, Chancellor Victor Boschini, Morgan Swink and Darren Middleton. Photo was taken at Wright Boardroom, Sadler Hall.

Q&A: Three professors received the Deans’ Research and Creativity Award

Published Feb 13, 2016
Three professors reflect on award.
Ke’Arrius Brunson (left) sings on stage at the Lunar Festival on Feb. 12.

Diverse group of students celebrates at TCU lunar festival

Published Feb 13, 2016
TCU students celebrated the Chinese New Year by embracing various facets of Chinese culture and speaking the language.
Dr. Bob Akin with students after his presentation in the Last Lecture Series.

Marketing professor: a job doesn’t mean you stop learning

Published Feb 12, 2016
The first non-traditional TCU student is now an influential faculty member.
Students can hear from the third candidate for a new Honors College position on Thursday in Milton Daniel Hall.

Honors College asks for student input on potential faculty members

Published Feb 9, 2016
The Honors College hosted three candidates vying for a new position that will focus on the place of science in society.
Art History Professor Babette Bohn showcases the mastery of Federico Barocci. (Katherine Love / TCU 360)

Women and gender studies professor to talk research of female artists

Published Feb 9, 2016
A TCU professor has discovered more of females in early art history.
Students listen to keynote speaker Michael Uslan as he talks about effective leadership skills.

‘Batman’ executive producer speaks to students at leadership conference

Published Feb 6, 2016
Michael Uslan, the Executive Producer of the Batman Movies, spoke to TCU students at last weekend's State of Leadership Conference.
From left to right, Olivia Hartjen, Eva Amble, Emily Pulliam, Julie Miller, executive director of Adera Foundation, Hunter Durbin, Alicia Nickerson, Cami Fannin, Caroline Mosby, Kamryn Schropp, Nguyen Hanh Le, Jack Bosworth.

TCU to send first student interns to Ethiopia

Published Feb 5, 2016
TCU students are using their business mindsets to assist Ethiopian women.
Julia Zellers speaking in Washington DC with TCUs Model United Nations team.

Department of Political Science offers opportunities for undergraduate research

Published Feb 2, 2016
Selected political science majors will receive $1,500 to participate in a new The Summer Student Research Program.
Senior Meghan Riegel spoke with a Texas Health Resources recruiter.

Students meet company recruiters at Harris College nursing fair

Published Jan 29, 2016
Senior and junior nursing students explored potential employment options at the nursing fair.
Biology professor Dr. Giridhar R. Akkaraju speaks about DNA and cancer in the Last Lecture Series.

Biology professor kicks off Last Lecture Series

Published Jan 29, 2016
The Last Lecture Series started on Jan. 28, and Dr. Giridhar R. Akkaraju, an associate professor in the biology department, was the first speaker.
Dr. Mike Slattery was awarded a $25,000 grant in 2013 to start the TCU Rhino initiative.

TCU Rhino Initiative charges forward to stop poaching

Published Jan 28, 2016
A professor and his students have added a 5K to their efforts to help bring an end to rhino poaching.