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Now in its 11th consecutive year, the series is a partnership between CSIS and The Schieffer College of Communication in Fort Worth, Texas. The school is named after Schieffer, who is an alumnus. The series is made possible with the generous support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. Moderated by Bob Schieffer, the dialogues are thoughtful panel discussions featuring senior officials, lawmakers, journalists and experts who discuss critical issues of national security, foreign policy and glo ...
 
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More than 16 million people care for someone with dementia, and many millions more worldwide. In part three of our series “Rethinking Dementia,” we talk with Nancy McLarty, nurse executive, wife, mother, and caregiver of her husband Jim, who has Binswanger’s disease, a rare form of dementia. Nancy tells the story of hearing dementia in Jim’s diagno…
 
In part two of our “Rethinking Dementia” podcast series, we will hear what it’s like living with dementia. Jim McLarty, a former nursing executive and healthcare consultant, retired early because of Binswanger’s disease, a rare form of dementia. During our conversation with McLarty, he shares how his diagnosis impacted his career and personal life …
 
In part 1 of this series on dementia, Melissa Austin-Weeks '88 speaks with Assistant Professor of Nursing Michelle Kimzey to learn about the dementia care education going on at TCU as well as what to do if someone or someone they know, thinks they may have the warning signs of dementia.저자 Texas Christian University
 
To start a new school year, we speak with Micki Whitacre' 09, who was named the Dripping Springs ISD teacher of the year last year. Micki will talk about the lessons she learned about teaching during a pandemic and how she plans to apply those lessons going forward.저자 Texas Christian University
 
We speak to Ronnie Baker '16, who is a 12-time All-American at TCU and is competing in the 100 meters and 4x100 meter races at the Olympics in Tokyo. Ronnie talks about his track and field career as well as growing up in Alaska and how he became one of the best runners in the world.저자 Texas Christian University
 
The Donald Trump presidency kept the media on its toes with a constant deluge of information. Bob Schieffer, veteran journalist, talks to Kris Bunton, dean of TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication, about what may be ahead during Joe Biden's term. "We may be even more divided now than we were in 2016," said Schieffer. "It's kind of like Joe B…
 
Valerie Neal and Bubba Thornton from the classes of 1970 and 1971 joined us to talk about their 50th anniversary of graduating from TCU, in honor of the 50-year reunion, honoring the classes of both 1970 and 1971. They will speak about what life was like as a student in the late 60's and early 70’s and how life has unfolded since graduation 50 year…
 
Tori Cummings '14, is currently an academic advisor for TCU's Honors College. Tori will talk about her path to becoming an academic advisor, her other career in sports journalism and how TCU's rivalry with Boise State in 2010 brought her to Fort Worth as a student.저자 Texas Christian University
 
Trip Tripathy MBA '87 talks about coming to TCU as a graduate student from India. Trip is a former chairman of the Neeley School Board of Advisors.Professionally, he has gone on to be a CEO of Kaufman Rossin as a business advisor and advises businesses on how to deal with the COVID-19 economic situation.…
 
Whether you're preparing for a job interview or are hoping to land one in the near future, TCU's assistant director for career services, Terrence Hood shares the tips you need to know for making it a successful interview, both in person or virtual, and take you one step closer to landing your next job.…
 
In this episode of the Frog for Life Podcast, TCU Center for Career and Professional Development Assistant Director Terrence Hood talks about the trends going on with LinkedIn, how to use it, and how Horned Frogs can be successful using the tool in helping them make their next career change.저자 Texas Christian University
 
Please join us for the next installment of the Schieffer Series, “2020 Challenges Ahead.” As we step into the new year, CSIS experts Kathleen Hicks, Stephanie Segal and Sarah Ladislaw will join Beverly Kirk, Director of CSIS’s Smart Women Smart Power Initiative and Bob Schieffer, to discuss a range of issues to look out for in 2020. Panelists will …
 
Please join us for this season's next installment of the Schieffer Series, "The Syria Withdrawal and Next Steps." The Wall Street Journal's Nancy Youssef will join CSIS's Melissa Dalton, Seth Jones and Brian Katz for a discussion on the U.S. withdrawal from Syria and the implications this decision will have on Syria and the greater Middle East. Add…
 
Dr. Chris Watts, the newly appointed dean of TCU's Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences talks about his time at TCU dating to 2008, as well as his research with providing care to the Fort Worth community to those affected by Parkinson's disease.저자 Texas Christian University
 
Please join us for this season's next installment of the Schieffer Series, "Confronting the Challenges of Trade in a New Century." Since the end of the Second World War, the status quo on trade has allowed global commerce and prosperity to flourish. The United States led the establishment of this status quo, wielding its unmatched economic strength…
 
Please join us for this season's first installment of the Schieffer Series, "The Iran Situation." In the wake of the investigations into the bombings of Saudi Arabian oil facilities last week, tensions have heightened between the United States, Saudi Arabia, and Iran, culminating in Iran threatening an ‘all-out war’ should the U.S. retaliate. CSIS'…
 
TCU professor Bob Akin, '98, '02 MBA, '12 PhD, talks about his non traditional route as a student at TCU as well as his 17 year career as a professor at TCU. He also talks about a very memorable moment in the classroom with a renowned Horned Frog student-athlete.저자 Texas Christian University
 
Bobbi McPherson, '87, talks about her career in human resources which has made multiple stops to where she is now as the Chief People Officer at the United States Olympic Committee. Bobbi also talks about her mentorship of other women as she helps them further their careers.저자 Texas Christian University
 
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