Endowed Research Laboratory
Research creating new knowledge is critical for advancing our understanding of Parkinson’s diseases. Through your endowment of the Laryngeal Function Laboratory, you will be ensuring that researchers at TCU, both faculty and students, have access to the appropriate resources to create new knowledge through cutting edge research and scholarly endeavors. In addition, you will be supporting research which benefits the Fort Worth community, who actively participate in the ongoing research in the Laryngeal Function Lab and benefit from the new knowledge that research is creating. By endowing this lab, you will also be creating a naming opportunity to leave a lasting legacy for your family.
Endowed Professorship / Chair
TCU graduates place tremendous value on relationships with their professors. These connections have and will continue to be at the center of the TCU experience. TCU seeks out professors who have a passion for teaching as well as for conducting research – a combination that keeps them at the top of their fields. The opportunity to endow this faculty position creates a permanent resource for both TCU and Fort Worth. With a focus on research and teaching in Parkinson’s disease, this position will ensure that TCU and Fort Worth have a teacher and scholar who is creating new knowledge and disseminating knowledge to our community. In addition, endowed faculty positions allow us to attract eminent national and international scholars. In turn, outstanding scholars attract other notable faculty and the brightest students. Endowed positions, such as endowed deanships, as well as chairs, professorships, and professional-in-residence and artist-in-residence positions, are carefully targeted toward TCU’s mission and aspirations. By endowing this faculty position, you will also be creating a naming opportunity to leave a lasting legacy for your family.