The College of Science & Engineering is collaborating with the TRIO SSS office to celebrate First-Generation College Student Day, which was intended to act as a first step toward greater awareness of the challenges first-generation students face. This year’s celebration will be held on Nov. 8 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Founders Statue on campus and is open to CSE faculty and staff, as well as first-generation students.
Winning Interception: TCU's Food Recovery Network Tackles Hunger by Taking Stadium Leftovers to Local Shelters
Have you ever stopped to think about what football programs do with the massive amounts of leftover food they have after home games? At TCU, the Food Recovery Network (FRN) ensures it finds its way to the less fortunate.
TCU Senior Biology Student, Annemarie Thompson, Connects Students and Seniors Through Crafting Projects and Conversation
Annemarie Thompson, a senior biology major at TCU, founded Crafts & Conversations. Its objective is to connect students with seniors at Trinity Terrace, a Fort Worth retirement community, through fun crafting projects and conversation.
TCU Chemistry Club Earns "Outstanding" Rating and the Green Chemistry Award for the 2020-2021 Academic Year
TCU’s Chemistry Club has received an “Outstanding” rating along with the Green Chemistry Award for the 2020-2021 academic year from the American Chemical Society (ACS).
America’s first-ever museum dedicated exclusively to the environment could find a home in Fort Worth thanks to local community leaders in research, science, and education, as well as established business owners and entrepreneurs. Professor Becky Johnson is an EcoPlex advisory council member. She teaches several courses focused on the environment at TCU, and she believes that Fort Worth is already leading the change when it comes to water treatment and recycling programs.
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