This year marks the 20th annual Michael and Sally McCracken Student Research Symposium (SRS) for the College of Science & Engineering. SRS, held on April 28 from 11:30 a.m.–3:45 p.m., offers a professional, yet relaxed environment for students to present their research and mingle with various departments.
Most people hear “Ranch Management Program” and think exclusively of cowboys and cattle. However, TCU’s College of Science & Engineering Ranch Management Program is far from restrictive. The diverse and comprehensive curriculum covers everything from soil and water conservation to animal feeding and finance. Alumni are involved in various fields, such as law, grocery management, finance, and pharmaceutical sales.
Would you like to have the chance to practice your oral presentation skills and win some money in the process (and if you win, automatically qualify for the TCU University Wide 3MT final on April 16)?
CSE's Assistant Dean for Student Support Zoranna Jones Elected as President of National Academic Advising Association
Zoranna Jones, assistant dean for student support in the College of Science & Engineering, has been elected president of NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising. This distinction is not only a tribute by her peers but also a significant professional recognition of Jones’ excellence in the field of academic advising.
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