Texas Space Grant Consortium
2004-2005 Graduate Fellowship Program

The Texas Space Grant Consortium has awarded twenty $5,000 Fellowships to for the 2004-05 Academic Year to graduate students attending 14 of its member institutions. These awards recognize excellence in life and academics by students who are pursuing graduate work in space-related fields.

The Texas Space Grant Consortium is a group of 35 institutions which include universities, industrial organizations, non-profit organizations, and government agencies within Texas. Through education and research, the Consortium seeks to inspire Texans to participate in and support NASA's mission of improving life on our planet, extending life beyond our planet, and exploring the universe.

Chris AllenDepartment of Microbiology and ImmunologyUniversity of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
Sarah BatesPhysics and AstronomyTexas Christian University
James CampChemical EngineeringUniversity of Houston
Christina ChomelAerospace Engineering and Engineering MechanicsUniversity of Texas at Austin
George DundeePhysicsBaylor University
Erika EsquivelMaterials Science and EngineeringUniversity of Texas at El Paso
Benjamin FasenfestElectrical and Computer EngineeringUniversity of Houston
Binaifer KadwaAerospace Engineering and Engineering MechanicsUniversity of Texas at Austin
Kayla KepleyElectrical EngineeringTexas Tech University
Eva LoveladyChemical EngineeringTexas A&M University
Eric MorganMechanical EngineeringSouthern Methodist University
Andrea OyewoleEnvironmental ToxicologyTexas Southern University
Guthrie PartridgePhysics and AstronomyRice University
Patrick RoddyPhysicsUniversity of Texas at Dallas
Sherry ThaxtonIndustrial EngineeringTexas Tech University
Lesley WeitzAerospace EngineeringTexas A&M University
Samuel WelshAerospace EngineeringUniversity of Texas at Arlington
Deirdre WendelPhysics and AstronomyRice University
Jason WilsonPhysical and Life SciencesTexas A&M University - Corpus Christi


Last Modified: Thu May 27, 2004