Honors Heads to the Fiesta Bowl: Q&A with Mary Langford
We spoke to Honors students traveling to Phoenix, Arizona, to represent TCU in the Fiesta Bowl. Mary Langford ’23 serves as the alumni chair for the TCU Rangers.
Honors Students Invited to Present at National Conference
At the National Collegiate Honors Council National Conference, three students presented their research and had the opportunity to build community with Honors College students, faculty and staff of other universities.
Building Worldwide Connections: Honors College Hosts Visitors from the Netherlands
During the National Collegiate Honors Council National Conference, the John V. Roach Honors College hosted Dutch students and faculty members from International Honours United.
Q&A With Frederick W. Gooding, Jr. About His Research Fellowship at the National Gallery of Art
Frederick W. Gooding, Jr., Ph.D., shares his research methods, findings and next steps from his time as a Leonard A. Lauder Visiting Senior Fellow at the National Gallery of Art (NGA) in Washington, D.C.
Disneyland: Beyond the Magic
The “Deconstructing Disney” Class Visits the Happiest Place on Earth to Investigate the Impact of The Walt Disney Co.
Q&A with Keely Self, Honors Administrative Assistant
Keely Self is the administrative assistant in the John V. Roach Honors College and one of the newest members on the Honors team.
Honors Students Level Up Their Knowledge as Museum Curators
The "Video Games and Representation" Honors course, taught by Wendi Sierra, Ph.D., curated a museum exhibit for the National Video Game Museum in Frisco, TX about Native American representation in video games.
Video Celebrates Chancellor's Award Winner Dan Williams
The Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Achievement as a Creative Teacher and Scholar was awarded to Dan Williams, Ph.D.
Students Distinguished as Kathryne McDorman Honors Scholars
Honors Students Celebrate the Completion of the First Part of Their Honors Journey