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Health Sciences Ph.D. Candidate Wins National Award

Ph.D. in Health Sciences candidate Caleb Voskuil ’24 has been awarded the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Challenge Scholarship. “Congratulations to Caleb for achieving this well-deserved honor,” said Dr. Don Melrose, president of the NSCA Foundation Board, in a press release announcing the winners. “Caleb is an outstanding student with a remarkably bright future. We take pride in supporting… Read more »

Meet Christelle Fayad, GSS President

Christelle Fayad is beginning the academic year as the new president of TCU’s Graduate Student Senate. Originally from Kaftoun, Lebanon, she is working towards her Ph.D. in Science Education. She is also a graduate assistant at the Andrews Institute for Research in Mathematics and Science Education. What brought you to TCU? I was a science… Read more »

Harris Frog Blog: Graduate Nursing

By Katie Seliga, a TCU Nursing DNP-FNP student.  I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from TCU in December 2019. However, before graduating with my BSN, I knew I would return to TCU for my Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)! I had such a great undergraduate experience with the undergraduate faculty and… Read more »

Recognition of Academic Excellence: Graduate Student Awards

The Outstanding Graduate Research, Teaching and Service awards winners are selected by each school or college to recognize students who demonstrate excellence in those areas. Graduate Student Service Award College of Education – Leslie Ekpe College of Science& Engineering – Maddie Jacobs Neeley School of Business – Pedro Zendron Graduate Student Teaching Award AddRan College of Liberal Arts –… Read more »

Doctoral Candidate Awarded for Research Efforts

Savannah Graham, a doctoral candidate in science education, was recognized for her research at the recent International Consortium for Research in Science and Mathematics Education (ICRSME). She won the three-minute thesis – as well as the people’s choice for the three-minute thesis – and the graduate student research award. “I presented my three-minute thesis on… Read more »

Four New Scholars Appointed to National Program

The College of Education has named four new students in its Holmes Scholars program, part of a national network of students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds in pursuit of doctoral degrees. Scholars are selected based on their academic achievements and commitment to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in the field of education. With these new additions,… Read more »

Aristotle, Luke Cage and Talking About Trauma

Do a Google Scholar search for Angela Mack, and you will find a piece entitled “Afrosurrealism, Aristotle, and Racial Presence in Netflix’s Luke Cage.” An unusual set of subjects to be sure, but Mack’s talent is such that she goes between talking about the ancient Greek philosopher and the Netflix series inspired by the comic of… Read more »

“Innocence” and Black Children in Literature

Stanback’s interest in children’s literature and the idea of “cultural notion of innocence” began with a fortunate coincidence at her undergraduate and master’s alma mater of the University of Southern Mississippi. “I’ve enjoyed reading since I was a kid, but in my junior year of college, I took a children’s and Young Adult (YA) literature… Read more »

Harris College Houses 4 of the Top 10 Best Healthcare Jobs Programs

Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences offers programs for 4 of the top 10 Best Healthcare Jobs rated by US News & World Report.   #1 – Nurse Practitioner Annual median salary of $111,680 Nurse practitioners are registered nurses with additional education. Extra schooling allows these professionals to find career opportunities in family practice, internal medicine, community… Read more »