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2018 Scholars and Mentors
2018 Scholars and Mentors

Every semester the NSF funded Phoenix College S-STEM/TRAIN Scholarship Program selects a group of students that are academic achievers, interested in STEM research, and pursuing STEM careers to receive a scholarship of up to $5,000/semester that can be continued through four semesters at PC and four more semesters at ASU. Throughout the fall and spring semesters this group, called the S-STEM/TRAIN Scholars, engages in authentic STEM experiences, including research and internships, and presents this research to both our campus and the broader STEM community.  Read student blogs documenting their internship experiences here.

The Spring 2019 S-STEM/TRAIN Scholars are:  Joy Akeeh, Kassandra Barrera, Rolanda Bell, John Burns, Cathy De Veyra, Samantha Faltermeier, Melissa Gonzalez, James Gutierrez, Jacqueline McCarter, Amanda Morrison, David Ortiz Leon, Marcus Reid, Pablo Rocha, Maria Rodriquez, Francisco Ruelas Garcia, Luisa Zamora Chavez

The Fall 2018 S-STEM/TRAIN Scholars are: Rolanda Bell, Maricruz Chavez-Tinoco, Cathy De Veyra, John Burns, James Gutierrez, Jacqueline McCarter, Amanda Morrison, Marcus Reid, Kassandra Barrera, Samantha Faltermeier, Rolanda Bell, Mario Diaz, Maria Rodriguez, and David Ortiz Leon.



This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1742060, 1742038, 1550706, 1154625.