“We teach our students to be informed, open-minded, responsible individuals who understand how their actions affect both local and global communities,” O. Homer Erekson, the John V. Roach Dean of TCU’s Neeley School of Business, said.
Bill Shaddock BBA ’73 made a commitment to form the Bill Shaddock Venture Capital Fund, where students pitch their big ideas to other students who hold the purse strings.
It’s a common sight in any retail store: mother and daughter arguing over clothing. Whether it’s about the price or the style, new research by Dr. Julie Baker says these arguments are an important part of mother-daughter bonding—and present a golden opportunity for retailers.
The TCU EMBA rose from 21st to 12th in The Economist's ranking of executive MBA programs around the world, making it 5th among U.S. programs.
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