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Students and faculty gather at the DEI forum to share experiences, thoughts, and ideas

Effort to add DEI to the core curriculum moves to Faculty Senate

By Benton McDonald
Published Dec 5, 2018
The proposal garnered the approval of the Student Government Association last week and will be presented to the Faculty Senate Thursday.
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 Hernandez
Published Nov 30, 2018
The second of three candidates will visit campus during an open forum scheduled for Wednesday.
New Associate Director of Admission for transfer students to be hired by December

New Associate Director of Admission for transfer students to be hired by December

By Jacqueline Flynn
Published Nov 15, 2018
TCU Office of Admissions is currently searching for a new Associate Director of Admission for transfer students.
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 Hernandez
Published Nov 14, 2018
The first of three semi-finalists is scheduled to visit campus for Q&A at an open forum in the BLUU.
Crews install new waterline on W. Cantey for new fashion merchandising building (photo by Richard Edgemon).

TCU Board of Trustees vote on increasing tuition, updates on construction

By Taylor Boser
Published Nov 9, 2018
Fall tuition will increase by 4.9 percent.
The Faculty Senate meets once a month to discuss faculty related issues.

UPDATE: Open Forum offers students chance to meet provost candidates

By Oscar Hernandez
Published Nov 7, 2018
The provost search committee is progressing on schedule with candidates narrowed down to three semi-finalists.
Attendees at the DEI presentation on September 18, 2018. Photo by Nick Stephens.

Conversations continue about TCU’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

By Nick Stephens
Published Sep 20, 2018
TCU administrators met with faculty, staff and students Tuesday for a discussion about the efforts of the diversity, equity and inclusion committee.
Dean of Neeley School of Business set to retire

Dean of Neeley School of Business set to retire

By Conner McBride
Published Sep 19, 2018
The Dean of the Neely School of Business is returning to teaching.
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Search for new provost moving fast

By Oscar Hernandez
Published Sep 12, 2018
TCU looks to select a new candidate for provost position by December.
Dr. Karen Steele, the new dean of Interdisciplinary Studies, answer emails on her computer (photo by Richard Edgemon)

New school program introduced

By Richard Edgemon
Published Aug 27, 2018

Looking around her office with several full bookshelves lining the walls, the new dean of the school of interdisciplinary studies still feels like she is missing half of her library. This semester,...

The Moudy North and Moudy South buildings, which house of the office of the dean of fine arts.

Fine Arts has a new interim dean

By Richard Edgemon
Published Aug 26, 2018

Dr. Richard Gipson, formerly the director of the School of Music, was appointed as the interim dean for the College of Fine Arts in June after Dr. Anne Helmreich left TCU for the Getty Research Institute.   “The...

Newest construction plan aims to close parts of Bellaire Drive for pedestrian walkway

Newest construction plan aims to close parts of Bellaire Drive for pedestrian walkway

By Haley Harrison
Published Mar 27, 2018
Construction could begin as early as February 2019.