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Fear of failure can be a powerful motivator, but failure itself can be a marvelous teacher — especially in the right environment. TCU’s mission to educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders comes with the kind of personal attention that lends itself to encouragement and patience, usually with wonderful outcomes. Kathy Cavins-Tull, vice chancellor of student affairs, explains the university’s safety net for students.
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TCU nurse anesthetists with expertise in pain treatment are teaching colleagues to help patients with chronic pain reduce or transition away from opioids, or – better yet – to manage their pain without opioids in the first place.
Amina Zarrugh, assistant professor of sociology, researches the convergence of the specter of Islamic terrorism and negative attitudes about Latino migrants. Muslims and Latinos, Zarrugh said, share a similarity in being looked upon as “perpetual foreigners.”
Liran Ma, associate professor of computer science, noticed his mother’s hearing was deteriorating and began exploring ways to use Apple’s built-in functions and headphones to act as a hearing aid.
Germán Gutiérrez believes in the power of music. TCU’s director of orchestras says music is a way for people to work together and put aside political differences.