T'Gan O'Sullivan is currently serving as an engineer aboard the USS Gorkon.
- Height: 1.73m (≈ 5'9")
- Weight: 56Kg (≈ 123lbs)
- Hair: Black
- Eyes: Dark Brown
T'Gan is a fit, shapely young woman with light, brown skin and long, dark hair that reaches past the middle of her back. Her Vulcan heritage is present, if muted, in her facial features. Like most inhabitant of Scalia VI, T'Gan has a lilting accent reminiscent of an Irish brogue. The Vulcan cadence in her speech patterns, coupled with her absence from her home during her time at the Academy, has reduced her accent so that it is barely noticeable.
- Parents: Michael O'Sullivan (father)/T'Biba (mother)
- Siblings: None
- Spouse: None
- Children: None
T'Gan (properly pronounced tə-ɡôn, though often pronounced tē-gan by the humans on the colony world she grew up on) is the only child of two former Starfleet officers. Born and raised on the colony world of Scalia VI, T'Gan's interaction with her mother's people was limited. Thus, her demeanor tends to be somber, rather than emotionless, and her personal philosophy owes as much to Zeno of Citium as it does to Surak of Vulcan.
T'Gan earned two doctorates from the Scalia's primary university before entering Starfleet Academy, one in Comparative Philosophies, the other in Pure Mathematics. Her doctoral thesis in philosophy was a discussion of the "convergent evolution" of the Vulcan philosopher T'Plana-Hath and the Terran philosopher Maimonides. Her doctoral thesis in Mathematics was entitled "Defining particular continuous, contravariant functors from the category of pointed topological spaces with applications in higher n-dimension non-Euclidean spaces."
At the Academy, T'Gan majored in Engineering, specializing in Propulsion Systems, with a double minor, one in geology, the other in physics.
The lowest grade T'Gan received at the Academy was a C- in HIST110: Pop Culture, where her instructor, Lieutenant Commander glov Hav, thought that T'Gan's choice for research papers in the class, dealing with subcultures and fringe entertainment genres in Earth's late twentieth and early twenty-first century, were both frivolous and selected for the sole purpose of deliberately undermining her instructor's academic credibility.
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