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Micah Baquera, BS
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Spring 2005
GRADUATE MAJOR:
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
To obtain a PhD. and become an expert in the field of Material Science, specifically in topics related to high strain rate phenonmena. Thus armed with this knowledge, I will apply it for the improvement of country and fellow man in industry. Later on in life i would like to change focus to facilitate accumilated knlodge transfer and give back to the next generation as a college professor












Marcos Bolanos. BS
Electrical Engineering, Spring 2004
GRADUATE MAJOR:  Electrical Engineering
“Obtain my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and become a professor in multidiscipline areas of the field which will include biomedical engineering and alternative energy research”













Matthew Cheney, BS
Chemistry, Spring 2005
GRADUATE MAJOR: Chemistry
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After receiving my Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry with a specialty in enzymatic, asymmetric synthesis, my plans include performing cancer or pharmaceutical research first, then becoming a university professor with similar interests for research"













David Echevarria-Torres, BS
Chemistry, Fall 2004
GRADUATE MAJOR: Chemistry
"To pursue a Ph.D. in organic chemistry. Gain some experience in industry or in goverment laboratories and then work as a faculty member and researcher of a competitive institution"















Shalayna Lair, BS
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Spring 2003
GRADUATE MAJOR:
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Obtain my Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, and then work in industry conducting research to help improve peoples quality of life














Adrian A. Mejia, BS
Microbiology, Fall 2004
GRADUATE MAJOR: Biology
Obtain my Ph.D. in immunology at the University of Texas - Southwestern Medical Center. With that experience become a full time professor at the University of Texas at El Paso and continue my research in Molecular Immunology













Milka Montes, BS
Chemistry, Fall 2004
GRADUATE MAJOR: Chemistry
My goal is to become a full time professor at a College or University in order to support students in the science field and to perform research in the areas of environmental toxicology or biochemistry





















Pedro Santacruz, BS
Electrical Engineering, Spring 2004
GRADUATE MAJOR:  Electrical Engineering
“Pursue a Ph.D. in order to join Academia as a professor”














Lynn Santiago, BS
Chemistry, Spring 2005
GRADUATE MAJOR: Chemistry
My goal is to obtain my Ph.D. in environmental toxicology, aquire a position in academia to conduct research, and one day change the world...even just a little














Christian Servin, BS
Computer Science, Spring 2005
GRADUATE MAJOR: Computer Science
My personal and professional goal is to earn a Ph.D. in Computer Science in the field of Computer Security Constraints. and become professor in my university. Also become an excel contributor in the research community of Partial Trust Management Systems and Flexible Constraints














Jorge Ivan Vargas, BS
Computer Science. Spring 2005
GRADUATE MAJOR: Computer Science
“My greatest academic goal is to obtain a
PhD in Computer Security and become professor and researcher in this area














Berenice Verdin, BS
Electrical Engineering, Spring 2003
GRADUATE MAJOR:  Electrical Engineering
My goal is to obtain a PhD in Electrical engineering. In addition, I want to become a college educator and researcher in that area. I would like to make a difference and become a role model for future generations






 
   
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The UT System LSAMP program is funded by the National Science Foundation grant number HRD-1202008. Funding for the Bridge to the Doctorate projects is provided by NSF grant numbers HRD-0832951 (BD 2008-2010), HRD-0929727 (BD 2009-2011), HRD-1139929 (BD 2011-2013), and HRD-1301858 (BD 2013-2015).
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