• Talia Chavez—Biomedical Sciences
  • Shade Cordero—Biology
  • Remy Dorelus—Biomedical Sciences
  • Maria Colon Gomez–Chemistry
  • Nathanaelle Joacin—Biomedical Sciences
  • Evianis Cruz-Montanez—Physics
  • Amber Nies—Biology
  • Mario Pita—Biomedical Sciences
  • Sharanah Ridore—Biomedical Sciences
  • Shandricka Stephenson—Chemistry
  • Andrea Solano—Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences
  • Monica Thomas—Biomedical Sciences
  • The showcase demonstrates to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the greater Central Florida community that student research builds upon and enriches the UCF undergraduate experience.

    Natasha Mitchell, coordinator for Academic Support Services for the PRIME STEM Project, noted that she is pleased to work with such a focused, motivated and amazing group of scholars and peer mentors who are pursuing careers in research in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

    “Our PRIME STEM scholars and peer mentors are the leaders, scientists, researchers, and engineers of tomorrow and they are ready to face any challenge that they might face,” said Mitchell. 

    The UCF PRIME STEM Project/Student Support Services is part of the TRiO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education and is housed in the Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services.