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As of July 18, 2006, 65 students have worked in CAPSR in some capacity. Of these, 37 have now graduated: 16 with B.S. degrees in Industrial Chemistry, 7 with B.S. degrees in Chemistry, 3 with B.S. degrees in Microbiology, 1 with a degree in Biotechnology, 8 with Biological & Physical Science (BPS) degrees, 1 with a degree in Computer and Mathematical Sciences, and 1 with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Dr. Christopher Matranga, one of the 16 Industrial Chemistry graduates, completed his Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of Chicago during Spring 2002. He is currently working with the Department of Energy in Pittsburgh, PA. Ms. Melanie Urdiales enrolled in graduate school in Chemistry at the University of Houston in the Fall of 2004. Mr. Daniel Brenes will begin graduate school in Chemistry at Pennsylvania State University in the fall of 2005. Ms. Vedangi Sample will begin graduate school in Biomedical Sciences at Johns Hopkins University in the fall of 2005. Mr. Ekong Uffort, a Microbiology graduate, is now enrolled in Medical School at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Mr. Long Duong completed a second B.S. degree at UH-Downtown in Computer Science.
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Below is a link to the student researchers that have participated in CAPSR from 1994 till the Spring of 2009.
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