Texas Space Grant Consortium
2003-2004 Graduate Fellowship Program

Texas Space Grant Consortium Fellowships have been established to encourage graduate study in the fields of space science and engineering. The fellowships 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.

Katelyn AllersUniversity of Texas at AustinAstronomy
Sarah BatesTexas Christian UniversityPhysics & Astronomy
Alex BokovUniversity of Texas Health Science Center, San AntonioPhysiology
Isaac BoxxUniversity of Texas at AustinAerospace Engineering
Cynthis CamposUniversity of Texas at El PasoComputer Science
George DundeeBaylor UniversityPhysics
Jacqueline DunnTexas Christian UniversityPhysics & Astronomy
Erika EsquivalUniversity of Texas at El PasoMaterials Science & Engineering
Benjamin FasenfestUniversity of HoustonElectrical Engineering
Cassidy JohnsonTexas A&M University Corpus ChristiBiology
Kala KepleyTexas Tech UniversityElectrical Engineering
Kerry LeeUniversity of HoustonPhysics
Aldo LuceroUniversity of Texas at El PasoElectrical & Computer Engineering
Jarah MeadorUniversity of Texas Health Science Center, HoustonEnvironmental Carcinogenesis
Gutherie PartridgeRice UniversityPhysics & Astronomy
Susan RitterUniversity of Texas Health Science Center, HoustonInternal Medicine
Patrick RoddyUniversity of Texas at DallasPhysics
Christopher RodenbeckTexas A&M UniversityElectrical Engineering
Deirdre WendelRice UniversityPhysics & Astronomy
Matthew WilkinsTexas A&M UniversityAerospace Engineering


Last Modified: Mon Jun 02, 2003