Spring 2019, TCU Magazine Podcast
Dr. J Mack Slaughter ’09 talks about what led him to launch a nonprofit that brings music to chronically ill children.
Web Extras | Topics: Alumni,College of Science and Engineering,podcast
May 10, 2019
Through a partnership with TCU, one Fort Worth school started a food sharing initiative.
Professor Onofrio Annunziata focuses on dendrimers that can make the proteins they attach to tougher and less susceptible to deterioration inside the body.
Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Science and Engineering,Research & Discovery
Four alumni physicians have a heart for healing and work to make the world a better place — one patient at a time.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,College of Science and Engineering,Feature
The physician is a key part of Care Beyond the Boulevard and frequently travels to Uganda, Mali and India for surgical trips.
Features | Topics: College of Science and Engineering,Feature
The pediatrician considers numerous determinants of health in her practice at the Granbury, Texas, nonprofit.
The endocrinologist heads the Diabetic Foundation of the High Plains and runs Camp New Day.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni Profile,College of Science and Engineering,Feature
The emergency room physician started Music Meets Medicine to give children with long-term illnesses a creative escape.
Gaining success starts with understanding failure, counting blessings and maintaining relationships.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: AddRan College of Liberal Arts,College of Education,College of Science and Engineering,Faculty Roundtable,Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences,John V. Roach Honors College,Neeley School of Business,Schieffer College of Communication
The president of a company turned into an internet cooking celebrity overnight.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni Profile,College of Science and Engineering,Friend in the Business