TCU's Mission: To educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community. This is a place where students learn how to adapt to whatever the future might bring, develop critical thinking skills and expand their creativity. With a choice of rigorous academic programs in 131 undergraduate areas of study, 49 master's level programs and 20 areas of doctoral study, Horned Frogs have opportunities to search for meaning and examine values, yet graduate well-prepared for professional accomplishment.
Associate Professor, Nursing
Glenda Daniels researches the best practices in gastroenterology and endoscopy.
Education approaches to increase Colorectal Cancer Screening GI Symptoms and Adherence Among African Americans With End Stage Renal Disease Best Practices in the Gastrointestinal and Endoscopy Setting
Associate Professor of Professional Practice and Didactic Program in Dietetics Director
Rebecca Dority expertise lies in food science, human nutrition, diabetes and clinical dietetics.
Public Health Diabetes
Naomi Ekas's research program utilizes a developmental psychology approach to understanding children’s social and emotional development.
Marital Conflict Emerging Adulthood Parenting Emotion Regulation Caregiver Care for Families with Autism Autism Early Infant Development (Birth to Age 3) Emotional Development Adolescence College Students Marital Relationship
Department Chair & Associate Professor
Professor Elias-Lambert focuses on the influence of victim and perpetrator alcohol use on levels of rape myth acceptance
Qualitative Research Bystander (Upstander) Intervention Bystander Effect Alcohol Use Disorders Rape culture Gender-Based Violence Prevention Program Evaluation
Ashley English is an expert in contributions and community engagement strategies of faith-based organizations.
Megachurch Involvement in Economic Development Community Engagement Strategies Faith-Based Organizations
Associate Professor of Professional Practice and Undergraduate Program Director
Phil Esposito researches interventions targeting health and developmental disparities in individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Interventions Targeting Health Disparities Intellectual Disabilities Developmental Disparities
Michael Faggella-Luby helps educators to implement methods and instructional materials for students with and without disabilities.
Implementation of Specific Evidence-based Pedagogies and Interventions Identification of Critical Systemic Variables Associated with School Reform and Intervention Implementation Secondary and Post-Secondary Education Learning Disabilities A Systematic Review of Assessment Tools for Higher Ed and Disability Researches Special Education and Prepares Teachers to Work with Kids who have Learning Differences Special Education Literacy Instructional Methods Investigation of Components of Reading Comprehension Instruction Associated with the Burgeoning Field of Adolescent Literacy
Associate Professor of Art
Adam Fung's art studies issues such as climate change, patterns of nature and the universe.
Art Exhibitions Disappearing Ice Masses Demonstrating the Close Relationship between Art, Music and Science Painting and Drawing
Professor, Communication Studies
Johny Garner does research into how organizations are structured and the dynamics within them.
Organizational Dynamics in Churches and other Nonprofit Organizations Supervisor-Subordinate Communication Organizational Communication Group Processes in Organizations
Dr. Ronald E. Moore Professor in Humanities
Race, Racism and Discrimination in Pop Culture and/or Mainstream Media (e.g., movies, music and sports).
Sports Movies Discrimination Representations of Race Mainstream Media Racism Pop Culture Hip Hop