GEM Stage: Middle

Responsible Conduct of Research Training

RCR Training is offered early in each semester, this workshop provides students and faculty with knowledge and tools to support responsible, ethical research. The 2016 RCR Training will be held on the 15th of January in Tucker Technology Center 139, 1-5 pm.  Post-docs and students who are paid from grants are required to complete the training. The registration… Read more »

Graduate Student Pedagogy Certification

What is the Graduate Student Pedagogy Certification? The Graduate Student Pedagogy Certification is an online, ten-week graduate student professional development course that prepares Teaching Assistants, Graduate Assistants, and PhD Candidates for teaching at TCU and beyond. Who can enroll in the Graduate Student Pedagogy Certification? Any graduate student or post-doc at TCU can enroll in… Read more »

Work/Life Balance

Time demands required in a graduate program often seem overwhelming. Juggling the demands of being a graduate student along with the needs of everyday life presents challenges that too often lead to unwanted stress. Whether your commitments outside of your studies include work, children, or family, this session will provide strategies and support for successfully… Read more »

TCU COVID-19 Updates and FAQs The Office of Graduate Studies is taking every effort to ensure administrative functions and operations continue during this fluid situation. While our office is open our committed staff are also available to meet with students remotely during normal business hours, 8am to 5pm CST. Please continue to monitor the TCU COVID-19 Updates and FAQs page ( and our TCU Campus Connected website ( for latest updates.

Stories highlighting some of the remarkable work that our graduate/professional students are doing COVID-19 Graduate Students Stepping Up!

Campus statement on planning for students to return to campus for in-person classes this fall