TCU Faculty Research

TCU Faculty Convening

The TCU Faculty Convening is a two-day conference that highlights research conducted by TCU faculty across disciplines. The research convening also facilitates networking among TCU faculty and conversations on important topics such as Indigenous research methods, curriculum development, pedagogy, best practices in TCU higher education, and the success of current programs at TCUs. Watch the video to get a glimpse of what happens at the convening.

Watch the 12 presentations from the 2021 Research Convening

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TCU Research Journal

In 2016, the College Fund launched the Tribal College and University Research Journal (TCURJ), the first peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to research conducted by TCU faculty. Each annual issue of the journal features four to five papers authored by TCU faculty and co-authored by faculty and students from TCUs and mainstream institutions. The research focuses on topics of importance to TCUs and Native nations, and amplifies Indigenous perspectives and research methodologies.

Research Journals

Intensive Writing Retreat to Develop Manuscripts for Publication

The two-day Intensive Writing Retreat provides the time that many TCU faculty need to develop a manuscript from their research. The retreat also provides mentorship and presentations from senior Native and TCU faculty in the development of manuscripts, the journal submission process, Indigenous research methods, and preparing for presentations.

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Inaugural Native Nonprofit Day May 20

Inaugural Native Nonprofit Day May 20

A giving campaign supported by the Native Ways Foundation highlights the importance of supporting Native-led non-profits throughout the month of May. Beginning May 1 and culminating on Native Nonprofit Day May 20, the campaign will raise awareness about how Native non-profits make a greater impact on Native communities.

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