Texas Space Grant Consortium
2002-2003 Undergraduate Scholarship Program

Texas Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate Scholarships have been established for senior-level students interested in space related education and research. These scholarships are intended to recognize high-quiality students and encourage their consideration of graduate studies. The scholarships stress above-average performance in academics, examples or intent to participate in space education and/or research experience, leadership qualities, and participation by members of underrepresented groups in science and engineering.

Bates, SarahTexas Christian UniversityPhysics and Astronomy
Bowles, ZackeryTexas A&M - Corpus ChristiPhysical and Life Sciences
Cronenberger, JodyUniversity of Texas at San AntonioEngineering
Dupuy, TrentUniversity of Texas at AustinPhysics
Estrada, IsaacUniversity of Texas at El PasoMechanical Engineering
Franco, RogelioUniversity of Texas at El PasoMechanical Engineering
Henry, MichaelBaylorPhysics
Hill, WilliamTexas A&M UniversityAerospace Engineering
Kepley, KaylaTexas Tech UniversityEngineering
Klenzing, JeffreyUniversity of Texas at DallasPhysics
Macias, LuisUniversity of Texas at El PasoElectrical Engineering
Phillips, JeffRice UniversityComputer Science
Rattler, NoahPrarie View A&M UniversityMechanical Engineering and Physics
Riddles, HeatherTexas A&M - Corpus ChristiPhysical and Life Sciences
Rodriguez, HeatherUniversity of HoustonNatural Sciences and Mathematics
Sims, JasonPrarie View A&M UniversityMechanincal Engineering and Physics
Stearns, JeremyTexas A&M - Corpus ChristiScience and Technology
Thoe, CoreyLamar UniversityMechanical And Industrial Engineering


Last Modified: Fri May 31, 2002