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TCU Joins National Network to Transform Teacher Preparation

TCU has joined Deans for Impact Learning by Scientific Design, a national network aimed at transforming the way institutions prepare future teachers. The University has made a three-year commitment and will join eleven institutions across the country that prepare nearly 7,000 future educators. Participating programs are redesigning how they prepare future teachers through the lens […]

Video: Elevating Black Student Voices

TCU’s College of Education hosted a Facebook live chat about how the college, TCU, K-12 schools and higher education institutions broadly can welcome and accept Black students and elevate their voices. The panel, moderated by M. Francyne Huckaby, associate dean of the TCU School of Interdisciplinary Studies and professor of curriculum studies, included: Leslie Ekpe, second […]

Faculty Spotlight: Taryn Ozuna Allen

As we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month and the ongoing contributions of Latinx educators and advocates, we highlight some of the TCU College of Education students, scholars, teachers and leaders making an impact in their communities. Taryn Ozuna Allen is an Associate Professor of Higher Educational Leadership and co-founder of Mamis on the Move, a blog […]

Faculty Spotlight: Dean Frank Hernandez

As we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month and the ongoing contributions of Latinx educators and advocates, we highlight some of the TCU College of Education students, scholars, teachers and leaders making an impact in their communities. Frank Hernandez is the Dean of the TCU College of Education and Professor of Educational Leadership. He is the first […]

Student Spotlight: Alejandra Lopez

As we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month and the ongoing contributions of Latinx educators and advocates, we highlight some of the TCU College of Education students, scholars, teachers and leaders making an impact in their communities. Alejandra Lopez is an Early Childhood-6th Grade Education senior and will complete the Accelerated Master’s Program to earn her Master […]

Student Spotlight: Daniel Cruz

As we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month and the ongoing contributions of Latinx educators and advocates, we highlight some of the TCU College of Education students, scholars, teachers and leaders making an impact in their communities. Daniel Cruz is a Secondary Education senior specializing in Social Studies. He is a first-generation student and a TCU Community […]

Student Spotlight: Lizdelia Pinon

As we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month and the ongoing contributions of Latinx educators and advocates, we highlight some of the TCU College of Education students, scholars, teachers and leaders making an impact in their communities. Lizdelia Piñon is an Educational Leadership Doctoral Candidate and Intensive English Program Doctoral Graduate Instructor at TCU. She serves on […]

Four Doctoral Students Selected as First Holmes Scholars

Four doctoral students in TCU’s College of Education have been selected to participate in the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) Holmes Scholars Program, based on their academic achievements and their commitment to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in the field of education. “We are proud of the significant academic and professional accomplishments of […]

College of Education Welcomes New Academic Year

TCU celebrated the opening of the academic year with a virtual Convocation on Sept. 15. Dean Frank Hernandez welcomed College of Education students, faculty and staff to a challenging year, though he said the college’s mission will remain the same: to prepare exemplary leaders for diverse educational settings and related fields who are reflective, ethical, […]

Savage Wins Dean’s Award for Teaching

Congratulations to Cynthia Savage, who received the Dean’s Award for Teaching, recognized at TCU’s virtual Convocation on Sept. 15. Nominees for the Deans’ Award for Teaching have been full-time TCU faculty members for at least five years and have demonstrated a particular dedication to teaching and teaching-related activities. Savage is associate dean of undergraduate studies […]