North Texas Suburban News Archive


TCC Hosts Mosaic in Motion Dance Performance, Engages Next Generation of Dancers

As part of TCC’s commitment to Community engagement, Tarrant County College presents the 2017 Mosaic in Motion dance concert, set for 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, at TCC Northwest (4801 Marine Creek Pkwy., Fort Worth, WTLO Theatre).

Mosaic in Motion is an annual Department of Performing Arts tradition and includes performances by TCC Northwest’s Mosaic Dance Project, a student-based touring company. The show features choreography by faculty, guest artists, alumni, and members of Mosaic Dance Project, in various genres including ballet, modern, jazz, tap and hip-hop. The

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TCC Board of Trustees to Meet October 19

Supporting materials for the Board meeting will be provided on the Board Meetings Web page. Once the meeting has begun, streaming video of the proceedings will also be available.

Take notice that a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tarrant County College District will be held in the District Offices, 1500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, commencing at 6 p.m. on Thursday, October 16, 2017, to consider and act on the following Agenda:


Call to Order
Public Comment. (No presentation shall exceed three minutes.)
Board Action Items and Board Business

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Tarrant County College Foundation Names 2017 Board Leadership Team

Tarrant County College Foundation, the College’s fundraising arm, recently announced the appointment of four new officers to its Board of Directors.

Established in 1988 and governed by a volunteer board comprised of community leaders from across the county, the TCC Foundation raises money from businesses, civic groups, foundations and individuals for academic programs, capital needs and scholarships for deserving students.

New board officers are:

David Parker, managing director North Texas operations for Longbow Partners, was elected board chairman.
Janet Hahn, attorney and

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TCC River Speaks Lecture and Workshop Series Resumes with “To B-STEM or not to B-STEM”


Launched in Fall 2016, the Trinity River Speaks Lecture and Workshop Series provides opportunities for students and faculty to engage in discussion about a wealth of topics related to some of the signature Tarrant County College programs housed at the Trinity River Campus.

This fall, renowned professionals and faculty in the business, science technology, engineering and math sectors will focus on contemporary issues and their impact on industry during the third installment of the series presented by Tarrant County College Trinity River’s Math, Science and Business

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Inaugural Fort Worth BookFest Has Something for the Entire Family

Designed to raise the awareness of “the transformative power of literacy,” the inaugural Fort Worth BookFest debuts next weekend with programs and activities for all ages, all interests, and all cultures.

The event runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 14, at Tarrant County College Trinity River, and features authors from across Texas and the country writing in all genres.

This free event will feature activities for the entire family, including author panels, workshops, and special interactions for children and youth.  Here are some of the topics on the agenda:


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TCC to Host Nursing Alumni Reunion at State-of-the-Art Trinity River Campus East


Continuing Tarrant County College’s mission of being a student ready college, the TCC Trinity River Campus East Center for Health Care Professions will celebrate the nursing program’s history during a special event for alumni, community partners, faculty, as well as current and prospective students.

The evening will feature an outdoor reception with live music, food and drinks, as well as tours of the program’s state-of-the-art simulation hospital in the $185 million Center for Health Care Professions. The evening also will commemorate the establishment of the Nursing Alumni

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