During the summer Richard Hanson, who holds the Harold D. and Imogene Herndon Professorship in Geology, traveled to Namibia with a group graduate students to continue long-term research on tectonic evolution of volcanic processes on parts of the African continent.
CSE faculty members often spend their summers traveling, researching, presenting at academic conferences or collaborating with global partners. Ken Richardson, professor of mathematics, traveled abroad to meet with foreign collaborators.
The College of Science & Engineering welcomes its tenth endowed faculty position. Dr. Richard Denne has joined the School of Geology, Energy & the Environment as the Hunter Enis Endowed Chair in Petroleum Geology.
Three new faculty joined the CSE this fall.
TCU alumna Sophie Purdy ’01 owns Axxis Building Systems, an engineering company focused on controls and energy efficiency. As a business owner and leader within the organization, Purdy said there are opportunities for women in engineering.
College is about discovering passions, earning a degree and preparing for life after graduation among many other experiences. The Center for Career & Professional Development is a campus-wide resource for students and alumni.