- Leslie Frenzel
- Instructional Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Academic Advisor
- 109 A Kleberg
- Undergraduate Education
- B.S. in Animal Science, Tarleton State University
- Graduate Education
- M.S. in Animal Science (Meat Science Emphasis), Tarleton State University
- Ph.D. in Animal Science (Meat Science and Food Safety Emphasis), Texas A&M University
Leslie Frenzel in an Instructional Assistant Professor and Academic Advisor in the Department of Animal Science. Dr. Frenzel was previously involved with the department as a student and graduate teaching/research assistant. In her current role she teaches ANSC 107, 317 & 402 as well as academically advising undergraduate students. She is also the coordinator of the Texas A&M University Meat Judging Team.
Dr. Frenzel has participated in several funded research projects in Meat Science and Food Safety. She is also an active participant in the many outreach programs the department has that focus on meat science: Beef 101, Beef 706, Zoetis Beef University, Center of the Plate, Pork 101, Barbeque Summer Camp, Camp Brisket, and more.
Dr. Frenzel received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Tarleton State University in animal science and her PhD from Texas A&M University in animal science with a meat science emphasis. As a graduate student she received the Association of Former Students Distinguished Graduate Student Teaching Award, the Ronnie L. Edwards Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award and the Zerle L. Carpenter Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Meat Science.