Celebrating a Lead On Campaign Milestone
Thanks to loyal and generous support, Lead On: A Campaign for TCU exceeded $750 million in 2021, including more than $255 million in new student scholarships. The campaign total now stands at $767 million, including over $520 million for people and program initiatives, with the balance going to facilities.
Newly named Ralph Lowe Energy Institute honors late industry leader, family’s support of TCU
The TCU Energy Institute is changing its name to the Ralph Lowe Energy Institute at the TCU Neeley School of Business in honor of the late Ralph Lowe for his longtime leadership in the energy industry and his family's generous support of Texas Christian University, effective immediately.
TCU Receives $10 Million Gift for Endowed Scholarships in College of Education's Andrews Institute
The late Paul E. Andrews, Jr., has made a $10 million gift to endow scholarships within TCU's Andrews Institute of Mathematics & Science Education. As part of Lead On: A Campaign for TCU, the gift bolsters one of its highest priorities, which is increasing the endowment for TCU's people, programs and progress.
TCU announces new endowed faculty appointments with gifts from the Bezos Family Foundation and the late Dr. Ronald E. Moore
Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. today announced two new endowed faculty appointments made possible by generous philanthropic investments in support of Texas Christian University's exemplary faculty research and teaching.
$5 million gift from Marilyn and Morgan Davies endows deanship of TCU's Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences
The Davies family has made a $5 million commitment to endow the dean position of Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences at Texas Christian University. The position will now be known as the Marilyn and Morgan Davies Dean of Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences.
TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine's Second Class Receives Transformational Gift of Year's Tuition
A donor couple who wishes to remain anonymous has provided a generous gift to the second class of medical students at the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine in Fort Worth. The anonymous donors have funded tuition for the 2021-22 academic year for the entire class of 60 students at the School of Medicine in addition to previous anonymous gifts to the school.
Leading the Change: Celebrating Differences and Changing the World through Children's Books
Meet Liv Shin, who writes children’s books that explore the way children with disabilities are viewed and included at school. The senior strategic communication major is using her talent, drive and what she learned in a diversity course to shape the world.
TCU Announces $25 Million Gift for the Future of Medicine
Before her passing in February, Anne Marion said of her generous gift, "I am inspired by the vision of the School of Medicine to transform medical education. This school is bringing considerable advances and innovations that are reshaping curriculum and preparing its graduates to better serve the community."
Bezos Family Foundation’s Philanthropic Investment Will Bolster Early Childhood Education
The Bezos Family Foundation has made a $3 million commitment to establish the Bezos Family Foundation Endowed Chair for Early Childhood Education and a $2 million commitment to establish the KinderFrogs Endowed Scholarship Program at Texas Christian University.
Leading the Charge: Inspiring Physicians of Tomorrow
Dr. Sathyamoorthy is known for taking time to listen to his patients, explain procedures in detail and build relationships with every person who walks through the door - traits that align well with the mission and vision of the Fort Worth medical school, a partnership between TCU and UNTHSC.
Leading the Change: Next Generation of Physicians are Empathetic Scholars(TM)
"To me an Empathetic Scholar is someone who forms a connection with a patient and then uses science and his/her knowledge to help that patient reach his/her goal," Charna Kinard said. "It's not just treating the symptoms but acknowledging the full life and full spectrum of a patient and working together in a partnership."
$10 Million Gift Provides Scholarships for Students From Middle-Income Families
This endowed scholarship fund will be used to provide permanent need- and merit-based financial aid to students from middle-income families.
TCU announces most ambitious philanthropic campaign to date – Lead On: A Campaign for TCU
Historic $1 billion effort will drive support for TCU’s people, programs and endowment
Leading the Charge: The Future of Science
These gifted young brothers could have gone to college anywhere. They chose TCU.
Leading the Change: Bequest Allows Professor to Examine Costs of War Through Liberal Arts Lens
Professor Kara Dixon Vuic never met former Horned Frog Benjamin Schmidt. But she honors his life every day in her work at TCU.
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