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Left to right: Associate Dean for Nursing & Nurse Anesthesia Suzy Lockwood, Ph.D; Director of Graduate Nursing Kimberly Posey, Ph.D., active military member and TCU Nursing student Hope Whitsitt, Mayor of Fort Worth Mattie Parker, and other TCU Nursing students attend the proclamation ceremony at City Hall on Nov. 14 in support of Nurse Practitioner Week.

City of Fort Worth Recognizes Nurse Practitioner Week With Proclamation

Posted on Nov. 14, 2023, by Liliana Green

The City of Fort Worth recognized TCU Nursing’s nurse practitioner (NP) program with a proclamation in support of National Nurse Practitioner Week.

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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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Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Harris College

Celebrating Our First-Gen Students

Posted on Nov. 06, 2023, by Liliana Green

TCU has been supporting first-generation college students through its TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) since 1997. Some of Harris College’s First-Gen students share encouragement and advice to others navigating their First-Gen journey.

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Ahmed Rivera Campos
Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Communication Sciences & Disorders

Harris United: An Equity-Based Grading Approach

Posted on Nov. 03, 2023, by Liliana Green

Ahmed Rivera Campos, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Davies School of Communication Sciences and Disorders spoke about “ungrading,” a form of “grading for growth” and explains the difference between an antiquated teaching approach versus an equity-based teaching approach.

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