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Virtual Meditation with Dr. Quinn

Wednesday Jun 24 | 12:45 pm - 1:00 pm

This live Zoom meditation session will be led by Dr. Quinn. During the session, Dr. Quinn will help you find a seated posture in which you can work towards stillness and quiet. The sessions may vary slightly, but you can always expect some moments of silence and breath work. Each session will be 15 minutes long, with some time for questions or discussion afterwards if participants choose. Meditation sessions are open to and suitable for individuals of all levels, ages, experiences, abilities and limitations. Register through eventbrite to view Zoom link.

Bass Building

Bass Building
2800 West Bowie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About TCU College of Education

Virtual Meditation with Dr. Quinn
The TCU College of Education prepares exemplary leaders for diverse educational settings and related fields who are reflective, ethical, innovative, and committed to all learners.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7y-cnwv6oc

Questions about this event?

Jenny Moore

Email: jenny.moore@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172574763

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FFC Meeting 10/2

Wednesday Oct 2 | 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Come hear from our breast cancer speaker and take home some fun goodies!

https://engage.tcu.edu/event/4998490

Bass Building

Bass Building
2800 West Bowie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Frogs Fighting Cancer

FFC aims to promote cancer awareness and create a supportive environment for all TCU and Fort Worth community members affected in any way by cancer.

Questions about this event?

Anna Lemaster

Email: a.m.lemaster@tcu.edu

Phone: 4046473580

[Eventbrite] CRES Conversation Dr. Gooding

CRES CONVERSATIONS – The Five Faces of Oppression: Problems of the Well-Intentioned Liberal Society

Wednesday Oct 16 | 5:00 pm - 7:45 pm

Young (2018) in “Five Faces of Oppression” states that:

“Oppression designates the disadvantages and injustice some people suffer not because a tyrannical power coerces them but because of the everyday practices of a well-intentioned liberal society….” (emphases mine, p. 50).

Is liberal society really the problem? If yes, what can we do to combat that? How can we really fix the structural elements of oppression? Come and join us in our second CRES Conversation 2019 as we attempt to discuss these complex issues.

Open to students, faculty members and staff. Participants will be asked to read the brief attached article ahead of time (it’s only 10 small pages!) so that we have something to anchor the conversation. If you are able, please RSVP, so that we can plan for food, but last minute attendees are ok, too.

Young, I. M. (2018). Five faces of oppression. In M. Adams, W. J. Blumfeld, D. C. J. Catalano, K. “Safire” DeJong, H. W. Hackman, L. E. Hopkins, … X. Zuniga (Eds.), Readings for diversity and social justice (Fourth Ed., pp. 49–59). New York, NY: Routledge.

Bass Building

Bass Building
2800 West Bowie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About CRES (Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies)

CRES CONVERSATIONS – The Five Faces of Oppression: Problems of the Well-Intentioned Liberal Society
Our Mission: To educate students, faculty, staff, and interact with the larger community to critically examine racial and ethnic identities as an essential step in becoming ethical citizens and leaders in today’s global community Our Vision: To be an academic and community-oriented program committed to intercultural understanding and social justice Our Core Values: CRES fosters inquiry, engagement, dialogue, creative expression, inclusiveness and respect, in pursuit of academic excellence

Questions about this event?

Marilyn Downing

Email: marilyn.downing@tcu.edu

Phone: 8174129916

[Flyer] CRES Conversation Dr. Gooding

CRES Conversations

Wednesday Apr 17 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

CRES Conversations – The 5 Faces of Oppression: Problems of the Well-intentioned Liberal Society

Bass Building

Bass Building
2800 West Bowie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About CRES (Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies)

CRES Conversations
Our Mission: To educate students, faculty, staff, and interact with the larger community to critically examine racial and ethnic identities as an essential step in becoming ethical citizens and leaders in today’s global community Our Vision: To be an academic and community-oriented program committed to intercultural understanding and social justice Our Core Values: CRES fosters inquiry, engagement, dialogue, creative expression, inclusiveness and respect, in pursuit of academic excellence

Questions about this event?

Marilyn Downing

Email: marilyn.downing@tcu.edu

Phone: 8174129916

BSW Info session flyer-1

Social Work Information Session

Thursday Mar 28 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Learn about the field of social work and how the BSW will prepare you as a professional

Bass Building

Bass Building
2800 West Bowie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Social Work Information Session
The mission of Harris College is to enhance the human condition by preparing graduates who think and practice as ethical leaders, and by advancing knowledge of health and human development within the global community. Faculty fulfill this mission by offering a dynamic curriculum that is responsive to the local and global communities. Students are prepared for a variety of professional roles, including clinical and generalist practice, teaching, or further study in graduate programs. Faculty provide exemplary education in the context of the highest standards, preparing students to enter careers that will benefit society.

Questions about this event?

Aesha John

Email: aesha.john@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172578005

Megan Ward Poster

TCU English Presents: Two Events with Megan Ward

Friday Feb 8 | 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Lecture

Bass Building

Bass Building
2800 West Bowie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About English Department

TCU English Presents: Two Events with Megan Ward
Since 1873, the English Department has remained at the heart of academics at TCU. As one of the largest departments on campus, we are proud to work with students at every level in their education, from first-year writing and literature courses to doctoral studies in English or Rhetoric and Composition. Today, the English Department approaches both venerable and popular subjects – from Jane Austin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Kenneth Burke or missionary writers, radical journalists, and comic books – with traditional and cutting edge tools. We work in both dusty and digital archives to advance knowledge about the centrality of culture in our lives. Our faculty have garnered significant scholarly recognitions in a broad range of intellectual areas, with special focus on British, American, and postcolonial literatures, rhetoric and composition, and creative writing. The department offers two majors in English and Writing, a minor in these areas, as well as Creative Writing, and the Ph.D. in English or Rhetoric and Composition.

Questions about this event?

Regina Lewis

Email: r.lewis@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577240

Nursing-Fair-Fall-2018-students

Harris College Nursing Fair

Tuesday Aug 28 | 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

This job fair is open to nursing students from all levels.
Dress professionally and bring your resume!

To register:

  • Visit careers.tcu.edu, select the FrogJobs Student Login button to sign in and complete your profile
  • Click the Account Settings black character icon in the top right of the page
  • Click Account Settings in the drop-down menu to Access your 12Twenty Passport, your unique QR code to check-in for events, and appointments.
  • Save this QR Code to your electronic device to show at event check-in

Bass Building

Bass Building
2800 West Bowie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Harris College Nursing Fair
The mission of Harris College is to enhance the human condition by preparing graduates who think and practice as ethical leaders, and by advancing knowledge of health and human development within the global community. Faculty fulfill this mission by offering a dynamic curriculum that is responsive to the local and global communities. Students are prepared for a variety of professional roles, including clinical and generalist practice, teaching, or further study in graduate programs. Faculty provide exemplary education in the context of the highest standards, preparing students to enter careers that will benefit society.

Questions about this event?

Diana J Combs-Selman

Email: d.selman@tcu.edu

Phone: 4849