When Zygmunt “Karol” Gryczynski says that he works 24/7, he may be exaggerating — but not by much. A look at his schedule and his accomplishments might make one wonder if in his work with fluorescence, he has learned not only to measure time, but to defy it.
Senior Cassy Wind was a California-girl who had her heart set on staying in-state for college, but when her mother encouraged her to visit Fort Worth, she instantly felt at home in the city and on campus. Ever since, Wind has rocked TCU’s world with her academic successes, insightful research and bubbly personality.
Starting a business was not an endeavor Richard Kranze ’91 ’96 originally envisioned as an undergraduate physics major, but today he is Founding Partner of a company specializing in infrared countermeasures (IRCM) systems, digital interoperability, tactical networking, and program support for the US Navy, US Marine Corps, and SOCOM.
TCU’s two youngest students Carson and Cannan Huey-You are no strangers to the public eye, and when the brothers were approached by the casting producer of MythBusters Jr. they were faced with a whole new kind of spotlight.
Senior Eli Reynolds came to TCU with the expectation to one day become a doctor. “They told us from the beginning the pre-med track would be very difficult,” said Reynolds, “but I’ve been overwhelmed by the amount of support I’ve received along the way from my professors and peers.”