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Paul Biluan TCU
Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Nursing

A Champion for Immigrant Nurses and Advocacy

Posted on May. 08, 2024, by Liliana Green

Paul Biluan ’22 DNP, APRN, FNP-C is an NCLEX expert, CEO of AspireRN and an advocate for immigrant nurses. He shares his experience with us as we celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month.

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Nadja Zimmerman TCU
Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Social Work

Crossing Continents, Cultivating Connections

Posted on May. 02, 2024, by Liliana Green

Nadja Zimmerman ’20 (’23 MSW ’26 Ph.D. in Health Sciences), an international student from Singapore and a Horned Frog twice over, shares her experience with us as we celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month.

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Jocelyn Montanez in TCU's Amazing Vietnam: Blossom
Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Nursing

Blossoming Compassion: A Cultural Exploration

Posted on Apr. 14, 2024, by Liliana Green

TCU Nursing’s Jocelyn Montanez ’25 shares her experience as a member of the TCU Vietnamese Student Association (VSA), her involvement in its “Amazing Vietnam: Blossom” performance and her aspirations as a future nurse.

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Students engaging at the annual Interprofessional Student Mixer at TCU
Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Harris College

Interprofessional Student Mixer Fosters Unity and Empowerment

Posted on Mar. 21, 2024, by Liliana Green

This annual event brings together students from Harris College and pre-health majors in TCU’s College of Science & Engineering, providing them with an opportunity to network, build community and leave empowered as future health care professionals.

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Anthony Estreet, Social Work Green Honors Chair
Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Social Work

Empowering Changemakers

Posted on Mar. 01, 2024, by Liliana Green

TCU Department of Social Work hosts Green Honors Chair Anthony Estreet, Ph.D., CEO of the National Association of Social Workers, delving into the endless ways social workers and social service professionals can invigorate and strengthen their commitment to social work and its values.

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Fort Worth-area senior citizens participating in Texas Dance, a pilot program designed to assess heart rate through dancing.
Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Community Outreach / Research / Nursing

Health Literacy: A Catalyst for Change

Posted on Feb. 06, 2024, by Liliana Green

Carol Howe studies racial disparities, diabetes and children. Black, Hispanic and Native American populations suffer significantly higher rates of diabetes than do white people.

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chance to dance 2023
Community Outreach / Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Communication Sciences & Disorders

'Chance to Dance' Celebrates 10 Years

Posted on Feb. 01, 2024, by Liliana Green

Texas Christian University is hosting its 10th Annual Chance to Dance, a free prom-like event for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their families, at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, 2024, in the Brown-Lupton University Union on TCU’s campus.

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Dr. Esposito working with students and participant
Kinesiology / Diversity-Equity-Inclusion

Inclusive Fitness: Transformative 'Physical Activity & Disability' Education

Posted on Dec. 11, 2023, by Liliana Green

Recognizing the universal benefits of physical activity, regardless of individual abilities, highlights the pressing need for tailored exercises and sports activities for people with disabilities.

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Carol Howe
Community Outreach / Nursing / Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Research

Meet Carol Howe, the Paula R. and Ronald C. Parker Endowed Professor

Posted on Nov. 09, 2023, by Liliana Green

Carol Howe, Ph.D., RN, CDCES, FAAN, director of nursing research and scholarship at TCU, was named the inaugural Paula R. and Ronald C. Parker Endowed Professor.

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