Kyle Walker, Ph.D., director for the Center for Urban Studies and an associate professor of geography, has loved maps ever since he was a child. Today, he uses maps, data visualization and geographic information systems (GIS) to help solve societal and organizational problems. Walker specializes in the study of demographic trends in U.S. metropolitan… Read more »
What is media bias, and how can you identify it? Adam Schiffer explains
In a podcast for TCU Magazine, political science associate professor Adam Schiffer talks with host James Creange ’17 about media bias versus media balance in campaigns. Listen to hear Schiffer’s thoughts on these and other questions: How do you define media bias? How can you spot media bias? How is “fake news” related to media… Read more »
Can fish oil alleviate the effects of head trauma? Jonathan Oliver explores
Assistant professor Jonathan Oliver and TCU researchers work with the football program to investigate the neurological protections of omega-3 fatty acids.
Professor Sarah Hill explores how diet soda affects your body and mind
Social psychologist Sarah Hill studies how non-caloric items impact cognition, product choice and response to sugary foods. Read the full story at magazine.tcu.edu.
Modern cyber security: How you can protect yourself when buying online
An end-of-the-month bank statement can hold an unpleasant surprise: unauthorized charges stemming from a hacked or stolen card number. “Identity theft is big business,” said Michael Bachmann, an associate professor of criminal justice at Texas Christian University. “We are facing a thriving global online shadow economy with highly organized structures and roles similar to those… Read more »