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Yohna J. Chambers, vice chancellor for human resources and chief human resources officer, received the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) 2024 Distinguished Service Award for outstanding leadership of CUPA-HR and higher education HR.

A recent event hosted by the chancellor and president recognized the university's faculty and staff, celebrating TCU through the decades. Two of TCU's longest-serving faculty shared their memories and thoughts via video.

A university is only as strong as its facilities, which is why outstanding facilities employees are honored with the Beto Cruz Award. This award serves as an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate individuals who work tirelessly to support the TCU campus.

During the summer, from May 13 to August 16, 2024, university employees can opt for a more casual dress code with supervisor approval while still maintaining professionalism and using good judgment. Those in uniform-required areas should follow departmental guidelines or consult supervisors. Employees who prefer to adhere to regular business attire are free to do so.

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