Brandon Victorian, senior electrical engineering major from Monroe, Louisiana, originally wasn’t planning on coming to TCU when applying to college, but he is glad he did.
Nona Batiste, Monnig Meteorite Gallery assistant and educator and retired science teacher, continuously goes above and beyond to expose elementary, middle and high school students in the DFW area to the Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Gallery, which she described as “Fort Worth’s best kept secret.”
As a former TCU student on pre-health track, Dr. Jo Anna Crowley Leuck ’00 recalls her initial hesitation about her career choice as she observed doctors carry out their rounds. Fast forward nearly two decades, Leuck teaches emergency medicine procedures around the globe and will soon share her emergency room expertise with the future medical students at the TCU/UNTHSC Medical School in her new role as Assistant Dean of Curriculum.
Dr. C.A. Quarles is no stranger to TCU or to Fort Worth. He grew up in Cowtown, graduated from TCU in 1960 and taught in the physics department for more than 40 years – you could say he bleeds purple.
As a former film actor, Dr. J Mack Slaughter ’09 is no stranger to performing. However, his audience changed when he began his neuroscience degree at TCU and started a music therapy non-profit for young hospital patients. Now an attending emergency room physician in Fort Worth, Texas, Slaughter’s non-profit organization has grown and expanded since his initial efforts as a TCU student.