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TRB announces 25 Minority Student Fellows for 2021





As part of its commitment to increasing diversity and inclusiveness in transportation, the TRB Minority Student Fellows Program funds students from select minority-serving institutions to attend and present their research at the TRB Annual Meeting and help them engage in TRB’s network of transportation professionals.

In 2021, 16 undergraduate and nine graduate students studying civil and electrical engineering, planning, security, business, and geographic sciences have been selected to take part in the program. The fellows will participate in TRB’s 2021 Annual Meeting with paper presentations and Young Members Council sessions as well as in the new attendee welcome event, a career panel, and committee meetings.
The students selected are:

  • Luis Abreu, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at City College of New York
  • Joseph Abujana, pursuing a master’s degree in Civil Engineering at Morgan State University
  • Chappelle Branch, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Transportation Engineering at Morgan State University
  • Jacqueline Camacho, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at California State University, Long Beach
  • Laura Camarena, pursuing a master’s degree in Civil Engineering at University of Texas, El Paso
  • Morgan Chatmon, pursuing a master’s degree in Civil Engineering at Tennessee State University
  • Braxton Chong, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering at University of Hawaii
  • Edward Clay, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
  • David Corona, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at California State University, Los Angeles
  • Austin Dikas, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Prairie View University
  • Lincoln Edwards, pursuing a master’s degree in Urban Planning at University of Arizona
  • Brandon Graham, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Electric Engineering Technology at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
  • Isabel Gutierrez, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Geographic Sciences at North Carolina Central University
  • Emmanuel James, pursuing a master’s degree in Civil Engineering at Northern Arizona University
  • Darrell Johnson, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Tennessee State University
  • Benson Long, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at University of New Mexico
  • Helena Mascorro, pursuing a master’s degree in Civil Engineering at University of Texas, El Paso
  • Joshua Murillo, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Global and National Security at University of Hawaii
  • Roodson Pierre, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
  • Amy Romero-Garcia, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Florida International University
  • Selena Scott, pursuing a master’s degree in Transportation Planning and Management at Texas Southern University
  • Patrick Stanley, pursuing a master’s degree in Business Administration at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University
  • Micah Tang, pursuing a master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Hawaii
  • Allun Ward, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Prairie View University
  • Kamal Windom, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Prairie View University

Please visit the National Academies Newsroom for the full press release.

This Summary Last Modified On: 9/29/2020

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