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Embark on a journey through groundbreaking research, where esteemed faculty members explore diverse fields, shaping the future of health care knowledge and discovery.

Our faculty cultivates intellectual curiosity, driving interdisciplinary collaboration to tackle complex health care challenges and expand the boundaries of human understanding.

Behavioral Rehabilitation & Intervention

  • Individual and Community Wellness
    • Health and Nutrition
    • Violence Risk and Prevention
    • Religion
    • Parenting Programming
    • School-based Program
  • Disability and Chronic Disease
  • Healthy Movement

Clinical Practices & Organization

  • Practitioner Perceptions and Experiences
  • Patient Perceptions and Experiences
  • Best Practices in Patient Care
  • Care Teams and Collaboration

Health Care Disparities and Population

  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Health Literacy
  • Linguistic Diversity
  • Racial and Ethnic Diversity
  • Gender

Teaching & Learning for Health Care

  • Student Perceptions and Experience
  • Using Health Care Technology
  • Best Clinical Training Practices 

The Harris College Faculty Research Symposium is an academic event where faculty present their achievements or reflections on a particular research initiative. 
Upcoming Dates:
Apr. 5, 2024 | 12 p.m. | BASS 1004

Research Resources

Harris College is proud to offer statistical consultation services to its faculty and students throughout various stages of their research projects. This includes assistance with grant proposal preparation, project planning, implementation, evaluation, and manuscript writing and revision.

Request Consultation 

Wi-Fi hot spots are provided for faculty and students requiring off-campus internet access for travel, field research or student projects. 

To reserve a hot spot, individuals should contact Irma Preciado providing dates and availability for device pickup. 

Please note:
• They need to be kept turned off while on campus to avoid interfering with TCU’s wireless network.
• They can only be used in the U.S.
• They only work on Sprint’s network which is limited.

Faculty in Harris College can access up to $500 in funding to support honorariums for external expert reviewers providing feedback on first- or senior-author manuscripts or grant applications. 

This funding aims to facilitate timely and valuable feedback before submission, increasing the likelihood of acceptance. 

To utilize this funding, faculty members must have a nearly finalized manuscript or grant application draft ready for review, and the faculty member should be the principal investigator for the grant application.