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LSAMP BRIDGE TO THE DOCTORATE PROGRAM AT

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO 

 

Mohammed Alawneh, MS

Field: Electrical Engineering

Degree: B.S. in 2009, Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso

 
As a BD student I plan on pursuing challenging research that will expand my knowledge base from a practical point of view. As a professional, my goal is to increase that knowledge even further in the field then make my way back to the education system to share this knowledge with the next generation of earnest students.

   

Paola Bonham

Field: Industrial Engineering

Degree: B.S. in 2009, Industrial Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso

I plan on pursuing a doctoral degree in Quality Engineering, so that I can become a member of academia. My educational endeavors will inspire and cultivate the intellectual prowess of younger generations in order to transform the field of research. 

 

Jennifer Del Valle, MS

Field: Mathematics

Degree: B.S. in 2009, Mathematics, University of Texas at El Paso

I intend to pursue a Ph. D. in mathematics with a specialty in functional analysis and game theory. Upon completion of my degree I plan to obtain a faculty position at a University where I can continue my research and work hard to educate the next generation of mathematicians. 

Aryzbe Diaz, MS

Field: Electrical Engineering

Degree: B.S. in 2008, Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso

I want to obtain a Ph. D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering in order to continue with my research as a professor, and apply my skills to conduct my own research. I also want to encourage future generations to obtain higher degrees in education.
 

Jonathan Gamez

Field: Mathematics

Degree: B.S. in 2008, Mathematics, University of Houston

I plan to obtain a post-doctoral position where I will continue my research in the field of Applied Mathematics. My ultimate goal is to become a mathematics professor so that I can conduct research in mathematics and most importantly, teach.

Cesar Garcia

Field: Electrical Engineering

Degree: B.S. in 2009, Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Brownsville

I would like to obtain a Ph. D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering where I can apply my accrued academic knowledge in the professional realm, and obtain a license as a professional Engineer. Ultimately, I want to become a professor and start my own research group in applied electromagnetics.

 

Julio Padilla

Field: Chemistry

Degree: B.S. in 2008, Chemistry, University of Texas at El Paso

I plan to earn a Ph. D. and use the knowledge obtained to significantly contribute to the advancement of chemistry. Furthermore, I would like to play a major role in the development of young minds in the process.

David Roberson, Ph.D.

Field: Materials Science

Degree: B.S. in 1999, Metallurgical Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso

My  intent is to show the impact on the growth of printed microelectronics technology through the discoveries made through my current research endeavor. My long-term goal is to earn my Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering so I may continue my  research in the academic arena and teach future generations of scientists and engineers.

Nancy Rondeau

Field: Chemistry

Degree: B.S. in, 2009 Chemistry, University of Texas at El Paso

I plan to get my Ph. D. in Chemistry with the hope of one day being able to accomplish my ultimate goal of reaching and influencing young minds as a college professor.

Teresa Sosa, MS

Field: Environmental Science and Engineering

Degree: B.S. in 2006, Civil Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso

I would like to obtain a Ph. D. in Environmental Engineering. After I graduate, I would like to become become a professor and continue doing research that will make a positive impact in my community.

   
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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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