TCU Child Development students are making a difference for children and youth in need of behavioral care support at Cook Children’s Hospital.
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Graduating Senior Kayla Thomas (Child Development, BS and Biology, BA) is the 2022 Recipient of the Karyn Purvis Award for Outstanding Achievement. Established in 2020, the Karyn Purvis Award for Outstanding Achievement is given to an undergraduate and/or graduate student who has made significant contribution to the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development (KPICD) through… Read more »
The TCU Child Development Program is proud to announce this year’s recipients of The Karyn Purvis Award for Outstanding Achievement, Christina Kraus and Sam Newcomb! This award is given to students for significant contributions to the Purvis Institute, Child Development Program, or the child development field. Kraus (‘21) and Newcomb (‘22) were chosen… Read more »
Dear 2020 Child Development Graduates, Congratulations on earning your college degree, I am so proud of you! Now, I have two questions for you. What is your stress level on a scale from 1 to 10? With 1 being low and 10 being high AND What are you doing for self-care? I asked you these… Read more »
Beyond the threat of contracting COVID-19, the ripple effects of the virus impact every person, including the most vulnerable among us: children who are at-risk. Shelter-in-place orders have been established to keep us safe from the virus, but sadly, for many children this means staying home with an abuser. Samantha Singer, TCU Child Development alumna… Read more »