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.
COE Faculty to Use NSF Grant to Teach Learning Disabled Employable Skills
Drs. Michael Faggella-Luby and Curby Alexander were recently awarded a subcontract for Directed Analytics’ $256,000 Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Recess Kit Projects benefit TCU students and area school children
Teacher education majors at TCU learn the benefits of different types of play and how to create an environment that supports student’s development through play and creative thinking.
TCU Earns Full Membership to National Education Organization
TCU and the College of Education were recently granted full membership to University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA).
From Starpoint to the COE: Q&A with Caroline Cutrona
Caroline Cutrona attended Starpoint School at TCU, a laboratory school that provides children with learning disabilities the opportunity to reach their educational potential. She has now come full circle as an early childhood education major with an emphasis in special education.
Award-winning American Indian scholar and author to visit TCU
Brenda Child, Ph.D. (Red Lake Ojibwe) is this year’s Premier Green Honors Chair, co-hosted by the College of Education and AddRan College of Liberal Arts at TCU. She will be on campus Nov. 8-11 for a week of lectures, community listening and discussions.
TCU, SMU collaborate to provide networking for doctoral students
Leslie Ekpe, higher educational leadership doctoral student, saw an opportunity when she realized there were few networking opportunities with other Ph.D. students in her field.
Welcome, New Faculty 2022
The College of Education is excited to welcome seven new faculty members for the 2022-23 academic year.
Storytelling in Mexico: Steve Przymus' research as Richard Ruiz Scholar
Steve Przymus, professor of bilingual/multicultural education in the College of Education, served as the 2022 Richard Ruiz Scholar/Artist in Residence in Guanajuato, Mexico.
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