The TCU Faculty Senate met on Thursday to discuss a resolution on civil discourse.
Faculty have until 5 p.m. Wednesday to vote on moving forward to add DEI in the core curriculum.
A call for a vote on the DEI overlay proposal will take place Thursday
Jolt, a Latino civic engagement program, hopes to engage students at TCU to engage in political issues in their community.
NEH Chairman John Peede delivered his public address on the importance of providing grants for the humanities.
George C. Clarke Elementary celebrated their partnership with TCU's Read On program and hopes to add in more tutors.
The DEI Committee and Academic Excellence Committee proposed a focus on diversity in the TCU Core Curriculum to the Faculty Senate.
The second of three candidates will visit campus during an open forum scheduled for Wednesday.
The first of three semi-finalists is scheduled to visit campus for Q&A at an open forum in the BLUU.
The provost search committee is progressing on schedule with candidates narrowed down to three semi-finalists.
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