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University plans new budget panel

A new university committee proposed to be effective next year will allow students, faculty and staff to provide input in the creation of the...

Faculty to discuss new core curriculum

All faculty members will discuss the details of the new core curriculum during a forum this afternoon. Faculty Senators approved Thursday most of the...

Faculty to assess student effort

Faculty members’ opinions about academics will be weighed against what students think about their college experience to know how challenging classes are, administrators said. All...

Change will allow for online voting

Faculty Senators will soon be able to vote on university issues with the click of a mouse. The Faculty Senate unanimously approved a change...

Staff Assembly to vote on bylaw revisions

Staff members will vote on changes to the Staff Assembly’s structure that would encourage smoother shifts between new and departing officers, assembly members said. Staff...

Students get chance to rate school in new survey

Students have an opportunity to grade TCU today and influence the school’s future through a national survey that will land in the hands of...

Schools plan to hire more faculty soon

Sixteen new faculty positions will be divided among seven schools in part to help improve the student to teacher ratio, university officials said.

William Koehler, provost and vice chancellor for Academic Affairs, worked with the deans of several colleges to decide which schools would get new faculty and how many.

Campaign raises goal

University Advancement plans to ask the Board of Trustees today to raise a campaign goal by $20 million and extend its deadline. The department wants...
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