New Mexico Space Grant Consortium Announces NMSU Scholars and Fellows

DATE: 06/05/2020
WRITER: 
Cristina Esquivel, Program Specialist, New Mexico Space Grant Consortium

New Mexico Space Grant Consortium (NMSGC) awarded 25 Space Grant Scholarships and Fellowships to students across higher education institutions in New Mexico for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters. Among the scholars are 13 NMSU graduate and undergraduate students. The Space Grant (SG) scholarships and fellowships are highly competitive and based on proposed research projects, their alignment to NASA, faculty letter of recommendation, and GPA. Space Grant Scholars must report their academic activity, publications and conferences attended. They are also required to present their research findings at the annual SG student colloquium and to complete community service such as mentoring peers, volunteering at STEM events, participating in K-12 opportunities to share their knowledge.

Congratulations go out to the following Aggies:

  • Jarod Johnson, Undergraduate Student, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Adam Takeshita, Undergraduate Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Robert Clay, Graduate Student, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • David DeColibus, Graduate Student, Astronomy
  • Anne Hedlund, Graduate Student, Astronomy
  • Mikaela Hoellrich, Graduate Student, Plant and Environmental Science
  • Nathan Lindsay, Graduate Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Carolyn Mullins, Graduate Student, Geology
  • Kelly Sanderson, Graduate Student, Astronomy
  • Robert Selje, Graduate Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Manuel Serrano, Graduate Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Luis Varela, Graduate Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Ryan Zowada, Graduate Student, Chemical Engineering

For more information contact Dr. Paulo Oemig, Director, NMSGC at poemig@ad.nmsu.edu or NMSGC Program Specialist, Cristina Esquivel at cmesquiv@ad.nmsu.edu



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