Centers & Institutes
The Academic Resource Center provides academic advising for first- and second-year students in Harris College to help develop their academic goals in the health and helping professions. Professional advisors are available to review TCU core, major and minor requirements, provide guidance and support, and refer students to University resources.
The goal of TCU’s Center for Oncology Education & Research is to provide opportunities for interdisciplinary, collaborative learning and research between university faculty, students and community partners regarding cancer care and survivorship concerns.
- Undergraduate and graduate nursing oncology curricula and certification
- Interdisciplinary research by TCU faculty and students
- Continuing education of oncology nurses and the public regarding cancer prevention, treatment, and survivorship
TCU Nursing is the only nursing program in the nation with a designated Oncology Emphasis track.
The Health Innovation Institute at TCU was designed to expand and evolve the work of Harris College’s existing centers, the Center for Collaborative Practice and the Center for Translational Research.
Education is a key tool for fighting against Parkinson’s disease is a primary element of patient-centered care. More importantly, educating people with Parkinson’s disease about the characteristics, assessments, treatments and effective strategies for fighting against the disease can improve the lives of those with Parkinson’s and their loved ones.
The mission of Let’s Inspire Innovation ‘N Kids (LiiNK) is to bridge the gap between academics and social, emotional and healthy well-being for children, parents, educators, and administrators.
- Train teachers in unstructured, outdoor play and social, emotional learning
- Train administrators how to achieve academic goals and play, too
- Develop effective classroom environments
- Improve teacher satisfaction and happiness
- Develop healthier students and teachers through unstructured, outdoor play and increased physical activity
The Miller Speech & Hearing Clinic is an outpatient community clinic located on the TCU campus. The clinic serves as a learning laboratory for students and faculty in the Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorders. In serving these roles, the clinic offers superior clinical services to individuals of all ages with speech, language, hearing or swallowing problems, and serves the Fort Worth community, the larger DFW metroplex and surrounding areas.