Women in Science Q&A: Ashley Titus
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the College of Education at TCU is highlighting female graduate students in the Science Education program. Ashley Titus, a science education doctoral student, discusses her transition from the environmental industry to education, navigating a male-dominated field and being a part of the Horned Frog community.
Women in Science Q&A: Ihsan Ghazal
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the College of Education at TCU is highlighting female graduate students in the Science Education program. Ihsan Ghazal, an international science education doctoral student, talks about her TCU experience, overcoming career obstacles and more.
Grad Students Rian Hill & Jennifer Tuff Awarded Teacher of the Year
Rian Hill and Jennifer Tuff, two graduate students in the College of Education, were recently recognized for their outstanding work in the classroom. Fort Worth ISD annually recognizes a Teacher of the Year at each of its campuses.
Endia Lindo discusses learning across differences, co-editing new book on race and disability
Associate professor of special education Endia Lindo co-edited a recently published book entitled Racism by Another Name: Black Students, Overrepresentation, and Carcerality in Special Education. We asked her a few questions about her research, editing contributions and experience at TCU.
M. Francyne Huckaby Receives 2022 Mary Anne Raywid Award
M . Francyne Huckaby, Associate Provost of Faculty Affairs , former Associate Dean and Interim Dean of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies and College of Education faculty member, has been named the 2022 recipient of the Mary Anne Raywid Award.
Brandy Quinn to speak on integrating race & reconciliation into the student experience
College of Education Associate Professor Brandy Quinn is an active part of the Race and Reconciliation Initiative at TCU and will speak at the upcoming workshop “Integrating Race and Reconciliation into the Student Experience” April 1.
Mayra Olivares-Urueta shares passion for removing barriers for minoritized students
One of the College of Education’s newest professors of professional practice, Mayra Olivares-Urueta, comes to TCU after a career in student affairs and a passion for how community colleges fit into conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion. We asked Olivares-Urueta a few questions about what brought her to TCU, her research interests and more.
Visiting scholar embraces TCU's collaborative spirit
TCU strives to prepare global citizens, an endeavor that extends beyond the students on campus. Nayeli Aréchiga, a doctoral student at University of Guadalajara, spent two months at TCU as part of her coursework.
Student Spotlight: Gigi McBride
Students at TCU come from many different walks of life, and early childhood education major Gigi McBride is no exception. She grew up in Washington, D.C., where her mom served as the Chief of Staff for First Lady Laura Bush from 2004-2009. It was during this time with the George W. Bush administration where Gigi’s love of learning began, and was cultivated by Mrs. Bush herself.
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