Barrington Hwang ’14, a Dallas native, graduated from TCU as a triple major with degrees in chemistry, economics and biology. He also received a Fulbright grant for a yearlong position in Taiwan as an English Teaching Assistantship post-graduation.
As TCU prepares for a socially distanced fall semester, CSE professors have adjusted courses to best serve students and their academic goals. Associate Professor of Professional Practice Rebecca Dority is using the unique circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic to incorporate new components to her Contemporary Issues in Nutrition course.
As the COVID-19 outbreak spread across the globe in early 2020, Elizabeth Trexler, junior engineering major, had the opportunity to help her family’s knitted fabric manufacturer business pivot to produce cloth face coverings.
Technology has never been more important than it is today as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our daily lives and plans. Virtual meetings, study sessions, office hours, and education have become commonplace activities, and Zoom is now one of many familiar programs as we adapt into uncharted times in the world.
Health literacy is a passion and primary research focus for Teresa Wagner ’86 (DrPH, MS, CPH, RD/LD, CHWI, CHWC, DipACLM). Her efforts have resulted in regional and national recognition in the field and led to her receipt of the 2020 TCU Distinguished Alumni Award.
Julie Krzykwa ‘17 (MS) is the first student to earn a Ph.D. in biology from TCU after successfully defending her dissertation in April.
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