TCU was a long way from home for Kathryn Jaslikowski ’17 of Glenview, Illinois. The computer science major and business and Spanish double minor will continue her journey as she enters the MBA program at Yale University.
At age 11, Carson Huey-You enrolled in TCU to pursue his nearly lifelong goal of studying quantum mechanics. The young physicist received his bachelor’s degree during spring commencement, making him the youngest graduate in school history.
The Department of Nutritional Sciences has teamed up with the Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB) to better the community through various initiatives that educate low-income families about healthy eating habits.
Fort Worth’s Trinity River has become a popular area for community activities, dining and retail stores to develop. A local non-profit also wants to make use of the riverside environment, but with the desire to give back to the community by creating an urban farm, which would employ populations who have complications obtaining and keeping jobs.
A summer study abroad trip to South Africa was a significant time in senior Brandon Parrish’s collegiate career. Parrish, a former guard on the TCU Men’s Basketball team, completed four years as a student athlete pursuing a science discipline. The is a challenging combination, yet one that Parrish says taught him more than he imagined.
Fine arts and science are an unlikely academic pairing, yet Nadene Tipton ’89 began her collegiate career at TCU in flute performance as a music major. She completed the Pre-Health Professions Combination degree, which allowed her to enter dental school in her senior year and receive her BS from TCU after completing the first year of dental school.