CREATE in the News

Jennifer Trinh, Antonio Lang and Tara Hartman standing inside a mall or lobby setting with white tiled floors and a set of stairs behind them.
Engineering students chosen to attend inaugural STEM Scholars Meeting

Trinh, Lang presented research at the recent event bringing together scholars from around the nation

Sunshine Rodriguez, seen from the waist up, standing outside.
CREATE Scholar Sunshine Rodriquez

A Q-&-A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Sunshine Rodriguez is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Amelia Bryan, shown from the waist up, standing outside.
CREATE Scholar Amelia Bryan

A Q-&-A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Amelia Bryan is a member of the second cohort of CREATE program scholars.  

Portrait of Omar Carillo, shown from the chest up, standing outside.
CREATE Scholar Omar Carillo

A Q-&-A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” (CREATE) program. Omar Carillo is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars. 

Tyreis Gatson standing outside, shown from the chest up, with a building in the background.
CREATE Scholar Tyreis Gatson

A Q-&-A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Tyreis Gatson is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Alexander Silviera smiling, standing outside wearing a Nevada Engineering t-shirt.
CREATE Scholar Alexander Silveira

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Alexander Silveira is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Jacob Gosz standing outdoors, grass and building in the background, shown from the chest up.
CREATE Scholar Jacob Gosz

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Jacob Gosz is a member of the second cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Nicholas Ryan
CREATE Scholar Nicholas Ryan

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Nicholas Ryan is a member of the second cohort of CREATE program scholars.

CREATE Scholar Tara Hartman

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Tara Hartman is a member of the second cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Kelsey Scalaro standing outside the William N. Pennington Engineering Building
Faces of the Pack: Kelsey Scalaro

Engineering education Ph.D. student and CREATE program coordinator emphasizes identity and community for academic and industry success

CREATE scholar Shannon Keegan
CREATE Scholar Shannon Keegan

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Shannon Keegan is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

CREATE scholar Franky Guardado
CREATE Scholar Francisco Guardado

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Francisco Guardado is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

CREATE scholar Thomas Kaps
CREATE Scholar Thomas Kaps

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Thomas Kaps is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

CREATE Scholar Amelia Bryan
CREATE Scholar Amelia Bryan

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Amelia Bryan is a member of the second cohort of CREATE program scholars.

CREATE Scholar Harmony Werth
CREATE Scholar Harmony Werth

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Harmony Werth is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

CREATE Scholar Franchesca Fajardo
CREATE Scholar Franchesca Fajardo

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Franchesca is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

CREATE Scholar Connor Jordan
CREATE Scholar Connor Jordan

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Connor Jordan is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Students working on a cardboard box
CREATE program welcomes second cohort, celebrates successful first year

The NSF-funded program aims to recruit, retain and engage academically talented engineering students through scholarships and academic support services.

Steffany Yang
CREATE Mentor Steffany Yang

CREATE Mentor shares her experiences in the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program.

Trace Larson
CREATE Scholar Trace Larson

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Trace Larson is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Victor Guzman
CREATE Scholar Victor Guzman

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Victor is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Victor Guzman
CREATE Scholar Leaf Kaboli

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Leaf is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.