TCU Names Frank Hernandez, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Education

Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg, provost and vice chancellor for Academic Affairs at Texas Christian University, has appointed Frank Hernandez, Ph.D., as dean of the College of Education. He will begin at TCU June 30, 2020. Hernandez will bring to TCU an extensive background as an academic administrator, teacher and scholar. He served as associate dean for […]

TCU to Hold Online Classes Through the End of the Semester

Read the latest updates on the coronavirus situation at TCU March 19, 2020 Online classes will continue through the remainder of the semester. TCU Chancellor Victor Boschini, Jr. announced to students, faculty and staff today that online classes and virtual instruction will continue for the remainder of the semester. “The uncertainty of the spread and […]

Alumni Q&A: Angeles Lehmann

Angeles “Angie” Lehmann came to TCU in 1968, studying bilingual education at a time when the Bilingual Education Act had just been passed as a result of the efforts of Spanish speakers. The act provided opportunities to implement programs and train teachers to support English language learners. Lehmann earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary […]

Alzubi Named First Public School Hero

On the morning of Advanced Placement exams at Amon-Carter Riverside High School in Fort Worth, teacher Shayma Alzubi makes warm cinnamon rolls, freshly brewed coffee and distributes brown bags filled with snacks and sandwiches for her students taking AP exams. It’s a tradition she’s continued since she convinced her principal to re-start the AP Chemistry […]

Gabriel Huddleston Receives Early Career Award

Gabriel Huddleston received an Early Career Award from the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Huddleston will receive the honor at AERA’s Annual Meeting in April in San Francisco, Calif. The award, given by the AERA’s Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies special interest group recognizes early career scholars committed to work in curriculum studies […]

TCU Wins National Teacher Education Award

The College of Education’s Early Childhood-Sixth Grade program has received another national award. The Association of Teacher Educators announced TCU’s program as the Billy G. Dixon Distinguished Program in Teacher Education for 2020, given at their 100th annual meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 18. “The College of Education is honored to receive this prestigious national award. […]

Weinburgh Receives Outstanding Longtime Service Award

Molly Weinburgh received the 2020 Outstanding Longtime Service Award from the Association for Science Teacher Education, given at the association’s annual meeting in San Antonio. She has been an active member of the organization since 1992 and served as President of the organization in 2001. “The TCU College of Education could not be prouder of […]

Alumni Q&A: Jim Calvin

Jim Calvin, Ph.D. earned his Master of Educational Administration from TCU in 1996 and his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership in 2013.  He has coached, taught, and served as an administrator. He is now principal of Burleson ISD’s REALM Secondary School, a school of choice that teaches core content and computer science through a […]

2020 Middle School Named After Richard J. Allie

Crowley ISD News The district’s next middle school will be named in honor of Richard J. Allie, a longtime Crowley ISD campus administrator. Allie served as principal of H.F. Stevens Middle School for 20 years from 1984-2004. Allie was also a member of the United States Air Force Reserve and was called to active duty service […]

Student Spotlight: Rian Hill

Middle School Education graduate Rian Hill talks about her experience at TCU, including her teaching placements and participating in the Ronald E. McNair program. She completed clinical teaching during her last semester in a mathematics classroom at Young Men’s Leadership Academy and completed her McNair research project on poverty in education. Watch her video below.