About Neeley | Message from the Dean 

Tamara and I are pleased to begin our service to TCU and the Neeley School. We look forward to working with all of you and many others to move our school and institution forward in ways that are right for our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and stakeholders.

While any point in TCU’s history presents an exciting opportunity to be a part of this community, the dynamics of higher education today make this moment and the years to follow particularly important as we build upon the momentum generated by living the Neeley Promise “to unleash human potential with leadership at the core and innovation in our spirit.”

Our commitment to this promise is a key reason why we are excited to belong to Neeley’s connected community. Heavy doses of both leadership and innovation are critical to maintain and extend our lead in providing world-class, values-centered education to the ethical leaders we need for tomorrow, here in Texas and beyond.

By working together, the Neeley School provides the reasons our most important stakeholders should engage in our progress. Students know why they chose TCU’s Neeley School over any other university while Neeley’s outstanding faculty actively pursue extending or beginning the next chapter of their careers here. Likewise, the world’s most aspirational employers (including those right here in Fort Worth) thirst for the opportunity to hire our students and graduates. Finally, leaders beyond our classrooms and corridors are our advocates as we partner to extend our service to society in all its dimensions.

Thank you for your interest in engaging in this special place.  My door is always open – please call or drop by anytime so I can learn more about how the Neeley School can be on the critical path to fulfilling your dreams.

Warm regards,

Daniel Pullin
John V. Roach Dean of the Neeley School of Business

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