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.
Chemistry expert, focusing on the treatment of Alzheimer's disease
Chemistry of Alzheimer's Disease Organic and Solid-phase Syntheses Neurobiology of Aging Cancer Research Applications at the Interface of Chemistry and Biology Alzheimer's Biomarkers
Professor of Orchestral Studies
Germán Augusto Gutiérrez serves as director of TCU’s Latin American Music Center and biennial Latin American Music Festival since 1996.
Music Education to Prevent Kids from Joining Gangs in Columbia Latin American Music Symphony Orchestras
Dustin can talk about the impacts of COVID-19 on the sports world on many different levels.
Sports Media Sports Sports Gambling Impacts of COVID-19 on Sports Sports Business Economic Impact On Cancelling Sports
Professor and Director of Middle East Studies
Professor Hammad focuses on Middle Eastern history and Islamic civilization
Modern Middle Eastern History Revolutionary Iran Middle East Women in Syria and Iraq
Professor and Chair of Film, Television and Digital Media
Kylo-Patrick R. Hart teaches courses in film and television history, theory and criticism; film screenwriting; and queer media studies.
Masculinity and Sexual Orientation in Film and Entertainment Queer Media Studies Media Representations of HIV/AIDS Stardom Popular Culture International Cinemas
Dr. Harvey's research focuses on exchange rates, business cycles, and contemporary economic schools of thought.
Contemporary Economic Schools of Thought Macroeconomics Exchange Rates Business Cycles
Zack Hawley studies urban economics, including discrimination in housing markets and what motivates organ donors.
Organ Donation Why African-Americans Face Discrimination when Seeking Information about Home Loans from Mortgage Loan Originators at Early Stages of the Application Process Public Finance Housing Investigation of How Financial Incentives Influence a Person's Decision on Whether or Not to Become an Organ Donor Urban Economics Discrimination Experimental Economics Housing Markets
Associate Professor, Psychology
Professor Hill uses evolutionary psychology to study health behaviors, mate preferences, social cognition, and consumer behavior
Interpersonal Relationships Social Competition Diet Research Consumer Behavior Health
Interim Associate Dean
M. Francyne Huckaby works to create experiences that engage students with the world and introduce them to the depth and breadth of pedagogy.
Feminism and Research Philosophy & Education Film as Research Education and Equity Women and Gender Studies Curriculum Studies Diversity in Education Relations of Power and Relations of Vulnerability Ethics and Education Qualitative Research Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Associate Professor and Department Chair
Dr. Hill's interests include food security, sustainability, urban agriculture and community nutrition education.
Urban Agriculture Food Waste Hunger Food Security Sustainability Community Nutrition Education