Fearless learner: Asking questions opened doors to scholarships, mentors, career path for biology grad
Krystle Moore ’13
By Billi London-Gray
It’s hard to believe brilliant people who tell you, “Don’t be afraid to feel dumb.” But these words are the motto of Krystle Moore, who recently completed her bachelor’s degree in biology at Texas State University. Her brave, inquisitive attitude has led her to one great opportunity after another. Continue reading
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Villarreal engineers success with
top honors at HENAAC Conference
By Catherine Harper
Saul Villareal, the first-place winner at the Oct. 8 Hispanic National Achievement Awards Conference (HENAAC).
Once in motion, the forces of knowledge can accelerate at an unstoppable speed. For Saul Villarreal, a Texas State industrial engineering student who captured first-place honors for his semiconductor research presentation at the Oct. 8 Hispanic Engineering National Achievement Awards Conference (HENAAC), an unbeatable drive continues to build momentum toward success.
Villarreal’s graduation from Texas State is set for December 2011; however, his passion for learning has not yet reached its finish. With his vigorous undergraduate experience behind him and charged career goals for the future, Villarreal’s ambitions are set to full speed.
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Tagged Clemson University, College of Science and Engineering, Florida A&M University, H-LSAMP, H-LSAMP Scholars Program, Hispanic Engineering National Achievement Awards Conference (HENAAC), IEEE Conference, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Energy Renewal Laboratory, Saul Villareal, Texas State, Texas State Center for High Performance Lab, Texas State University, University of Notre Dame, University of Puerto Rico