Eight Students Receive New Presidential Graduate Fellowships

KINGSVILLE - February 04, 2016

Contact: Adriana Garza-Flores
Email: adriana.garza@tamuk.edu
or Phone: 361-593-4979


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Eight students have received the new Presidential Graduate Fellowship Award for the Spring semester.The highly-competitive Fellowship was established in the fall of 2015 to recognize graduate students who meet an academic merit criteria. The fellowship amount is $3,000 per semester for three consecutive semesters for a total of $9,000. The College of Graduate Studies will continue offering the Fellowship in the upcoming semesters.

Pictured from left to right are:

Patricia Galindo, a Communication Sciences and Disorders major from Falfurrias, TX

Victoria Bailey, a Mechanical Engineering major from Brownsville, TX

Jazmine Coronado, a Communication Sciences and Disorders major from Mission, TX

Dr. Mohamed Abdelrahman, Associate Vice President for Research of Dean of Graduate Studies

Ashleigh Mares, a Communications Sciences & Disorders major from Harlingen, TX

Elyse Grilli, a Biology major from North Richland Hills, TX

Brittney Soliz, a Business Administration major from San Diego, TX

Fellowship recipients not pictured are:

Justin DeLaRosa, a Civil Engineering major from Kingsville, TX

Samantha Lozano, a Civil Engineering major from Mercedes, TX