Frederick G. Slabach spoke about the Rosedale Renaissance and the University’s
master plan as he welcomed 50 members of this year’s Leadership Fort Worth
class to campus.
first phase of the Rosedale Street Improvement Project will begin this spring. Among the changes along
Rosedale will be a widened, promenade-style sidewalk in front of campus, as
well as street lights that will mirror the historical look of those on campus.
will be a much more pedestrian-friendly stretch of Rosedale,” Slabach said.
also provided an overview of the University and its attributes that are
highlighted by the ongoing marketing campaign.
group was on campus as part of the Education Day tour, which is designed to
give participants a better understanding of the educational resources and
opportunities in the city. Another component is for the class to learn more
about key legislative issues that pertain to education.
Johnson-Gerendas, assistant professor of communication and program coordinator
of liberal studies, and Kay Colley, assistant professors of mass communications
and assistant department chair, also spoke to the group about holistic
listening and critical question creation.