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Texas Space Grant Consortium Awards Fellowships
May 25, 2004

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.

For more information about this program visit http://www.tsgc.utexas.edu/grants/

2004-2005 TSGC Fellows

Christopher Allen
Microbiology and Immunology
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
  Eric Morgan
Mechanical Engineering
Southern Methodist University
Sarah Bates
Physics and Astronomy
Texas Christian University
  Andrea Oyewole
Environmental Toxicology
Texas Southern University
James Camp
Chemical Engineering
University of Houston
  Guthrie Partridge
Physics and Astronomy
Rice University
Christina Chomel
Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
University of Texas at Austin
  Patrick Roddy
Physics
University of Texas at Dallas
George Dundee
Physics
Baylor University
  Sherry Thaxton
Industrial Engineering
Texas Tech University
Erika Esquivel
Materials Science and Engineering
University of Texas at El Paso
  Lesley Weitz
Aerospace Engineering
Texas A&M University
Benjamin Fasenfest
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Houston
  Samuel Welsh
Aerospace Engineering
University of Texas at Arlington
Binaifer Kadwa
Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
University of Texas at Austin
  Deirdre Wendel
Physics and Astronomy
Rice University
Kayla Kepley
Electrical Engineering
Texas Tech University
  Jason Wilson
Physical and Life Sciences
Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
Eva Lovelady
Chemical Engineering
Texas A&M University