Texas Space Grant Consortium
1998-1999 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.

The following are the 1998-1999 Graduate Fellowship Recipients:


blank spacer gif Christian Aars
Texas Christian University
Physics
blank spacer gif Curtis D. Behr
Texas A&M University - Kingsville
Chemical Engineering
blank spacer gif Rebecca Bishop
University of Texas at Dallas
Physics
blank spacer gif Molly M. Dickens
Texas Tech University
Electrical Engineering
blank spacer gif Sandra G. Dykes
University of Texas at San Antonio
Computer Science
blank spacer gif Mark Gavin Kokes
Southern Methodist University
Electrical Engineering
blank spacer gif Colby Lemon
University of Texas at Dallas
Space Physics and Astronomy
blank spacer gif Frank Lopez III
University of Houston
Mechanical Engineering
blank spacer gif Eric Lorenz
Texas A&M University
Health and Kinesiology
blank spacer gif William Ian McAlexander
Rice University
Physics
blank spacer gif Carlos Javier Orihuela
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
Microbiology
blank spacer gif Danielle Perry
Southern Methodist University
Electrical Engineering
blank spacer gif Michael Elliott Shinder
University fo Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
Neuroscience
blank spacer gif Kenneth Clint Slatton
University of Texas at Austin
Electrical Engineering
blank spacer gif Bernard Smith II
Baylor University
Physics
blank spacer gif Gerald Thomas
Prairie View A&M University
Mechanical Engineering
blank spacer gif Timothy Urban
University of Texas at Austin
Aerospace Engineering
blank spacer gif Andrew L. Urquhart
Rice University
Space Physics & Astronomy
blank spacer gif Vonda Woodie
University of Houston
Electrical & Computer Engineering
blank spacer gif Deborah Lynn Yetman
University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston
Biological Sciences

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