GEM Fellows at Oregon State University

Oregon State University is a proud member of the National GEM Consortium which aims to increase the participation of underrepresented groups (African Americans, American Indians, and Hispanic Americans) at the master’s and doctoral levels in engineering and science.

GEM facilitates the recruitment and financial support of students through fellowships. We are proud of all our GEM Fellows at Oregon State – like Daniel De León, M.Sc. Computer Science 2022, who developed ways to identify the presence of dolphins to protect them from boats and tidal energy generators and Kenya Hazell, Ph.D. Materials Science 2022, who seeks to develop sustainable materials.

If you have questions about being a GEM fellow at Oregon State University, either as an incoming graduate student or as a continuing graduate student, please email OSU’s GEM Representative. 

Fellowship Year First Name Last Name Program Degree Company
2022/2023 Luis Perez-Squeo Civil MS  
2022/2023 Endalkachew Desta ECE PhD  
2022/2023 Austin Castro ECE MS Lam Research
2022/2023 Fernando Angulo Barba Mathematics PhD INL
2022/2023 Xavier Quintana MatSci PhD INL
2022/2023 Quinton Williams Nuclear MS INL
2022/2023 Eben Porter Nuclear MS INL
2022/2023 Nnamdi Nwagwu Robotics PhD  
2022/2023 Ayan Robinson Robotics PhD  
2022/2023 Yousef Salaman Maclara Robotics PhD MIT Lincoln Laboratory
2022/2023 Jai'La Crider Robotics PhD Apple
2021/2022 Ian Colliard Chemistry PhD Lawrence Livermore NL
2021/2022 Kenya Hazell MatSci PhD Corning Inc.
2021/2022 Patrick Uriarte Robotics MS  
2020/2021 De Leon Daniel CS MS Intel
2020/2021 Halaapiapi Leni CS PhD  
2020/2021 Jordan Malik ME PhD  
2020/2021 Sanchez Alan ME PhD  
2019/2020 Ana Arteaga Chemistry PhD PNNL
2019/2020 Gabriel Ritter CS PhD  
2019/2020 Denue Grant CS PhD Intel
2019/2020 Karina Roundtree ME PhD