to bring you
a new magazine. Well, sort of. Endeavors, TCU's new publication of faculty scholarship and creative activity, is actually an online publication.
Here, we just tease you with a
sampling of the intriguing answers our
fascinating faculty seek. You'll find the full
stories online, along with abstracts from
graduate student projects, a list of funded research and creative projects, and links to even more information.
Our professors have always dug into the past, investigated the mysteries of the universe,
challenged the artistic senses and studiously pondered the most demanding questions of mankind -- usually in relative obscurity. That needs to change. So go online and find out the "rest of the story." We think you'll be amazed
at the great work being done at TCU. We are.
Fashioning an attitude on stage.
By LaLonnie Lehman '73 (MA '75)
Assistant Professor, theatre
Building a better way to build
By Tyson R. Browning
Assistant Professor, Enterprise Operations
in the movies.
By Greg Mansur '04 (MFA)
Assistant Professor, Radio-Television-Film
Devising a new way to teach
By Ray Drenner and Molly Weinburgh
Assistant Professor, Biology; Assistant Professor, Education
differences in heart disease.
By Dennis Cheek
Abell-Hanger Professor of Gerontological Nursing
Examining the state of elder care.
By Jean Giles-Sims and Charles Lockhart
Professor, Sociology; Professor, Political Science
Fostering a better way
By Paul Schrodt
Assistant Professor, Communication Studies
the small stuff.
By Ed Kolesar
Digging into the deepest past.
By Richard Hanson
Premiering new works at Carnegie Hall.
By John Owings, Herndon Professor of music and division chair of piano studies;
Misha Galaganov, Associate Professor, viola and chamber music;
Professor, clarinet and Division Chair, woodwinds;
Jose Feghali, Artist in Residence and Professor of piano;
Curt Thompson, Associate Professor, violin and Director of chamber music;
Jesus Castro-Balbi, Assistant Professor, cello
the pages of history.
By Elizabeth Spiller and Linda Hughes
Associate Professor, English; Addie Levy Professor of Literature, English
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