A&M-Kingsville Senior Awarded Diversity Fellowship
KINGSVILLE - April 24, 2007
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Bruce A. Robertson, a senior psychology and sociology major at Texas A&M University-Kingsville has received a three-year Graduate Diversity Fellowship and departmental assistantship in the department of sociology at Texas A&M University in College Station. The total value of the award is $84,000. He plans to pursue his doctorate, following his graduation from Texas A&M-Kingsville in August.
Robertson, from Rivera, also received a scholarship to attend the COMPACT for Faculty Diversity Conference and he presented his research, A Study of Adolescent Substance Use in Mexican American Grandparent-Headed Households, at the System Pathways to the Doctorate Research Symposium held in November 2006.
His faculty mentors are Dr. Chiang-fang Chang and Dr. Laura Garza, assistant professors in the psychology/sociology department.
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