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TAME Scholarship Winners Announced for 2016

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We are excited to announce the winners of our 2016 TAME Scholarships.

 

Alejandro Reyes - University of Texas at San Antonio, Electrical Engineering
Benjamin Sarawichitr - Texas A&M University, Nuclear Engineering
C. J. Gutierrez - Texas A&M University, Mechanical Engineering
Carson Bristo - Texas A&M University, Biomedical Engineering
Chisomo Mbalule - Midwestern State University, Physical Therapy
Cole Nash - Baylor University, Applied Mathematics
Cory Press - Midwestern State University, Computer Science
Dainyl Cua - Texas A&M University, Chemical Engineering
Dumdubabari "Duba" Gimah - Baylor University, Chemistry
Fernando Corral - Southern Methodist University, Computer Science
Gerardo Velasquez - Reed College, Physics
Gunnar Walters - Texas Tech, Chemical Engineering
Jacob Hawkins - Midwestern State University, Civil Engineering
Joseph Edwards - MIT, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Lidia Serpas - Gettysburg College, Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering
Lily Hernandez - School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Architecture
Maria Garcia - Midwestern State University, Pre-Med / Physics
Vivian Cox - University of Texas at Austin, Computer Science

Congratulations, Scholars! Best of luck with the the coming school year. We look forward to hearing more from you at the end of the Fall Semester.

Every year, TAME awards scholarships to high school senior TAME club members who have competed in the STEM Competition and who will attend an accredited college or university to study a STEM subject.  TAME scholars in their second to fourth year of study in a STEM field at an accredited college or university may also receive Evergreen scholarships based on available funding. Learn more about TAME's Scholarships.

We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the sponsors of these scholarships for helping TAME Students pursue careers in STEM: ConocoPhillips, the James N. McCoy Foundation, Midwestern State UniversityPratt & Whitney, The University of Texas at Austin, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University, and Board Members of the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering.

Join these partners in making a difference. Visit our Get Involved page to see how you can help make sure TAME programs reach more Texas students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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