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  • Erika Meza-Zerlin


     Erika Meza-Zerlin

    Hometown: Topeka, KS

    NASA Center: Johnson Space Center

    University: University of Kansas

    Degree(s): B.S. in Mechanical Engineering

    Student Program Participation: Motivating Undergraduates in Science & Technology (MUST)

    Where do you work now? (Please, NO org codes)

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  • Matthew Noyes


     Matthew Noyes

    Hometown: Central Square, NY

    NASA Center: Johnson Space Center

    University: Rochester Institute of Technology

    Degree(s): B.S.

    Student Program Participation: NASA Cooperative Education Program (Co-op)

    Where do you work now? (Please, NO org codes)
    I currently support JSC’s Spacecraft Software Engineering group, a specific branch of the center’s “Software, Robotics, and Simulation” engineering division, in the center’s cooperative education program.

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  • Damaris Sarria


     Damaris Sarria

    Hometown: Antioch, CA

    NASA Center: Kennedy Space Center

    University: Texas A & M University

    Degree(s): B.S. Aerospace Engineering

    Student Program Participation: Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program (RG)

    Where do you work now? (Please, NO org codes)
    Space Shuttle Orbiter Thermal Protection Systems group at Kennedy Space Center

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  • Julie Campos


     Julie Campos

    Hometown: Pasadena, TX

    NASA Center: Johnson Space Center

    University: University of Houston @ Clear Lake

    Degree(s): Bachelor’s in Management Information Systems

    Student Program Participation: Education & Training Cooperative Student (ETC)

    Where do you work now? (Please, NO org codes)
    Wyle Laboratories Inc.

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About Pipeline Success Stories

NASA's workforce is made up of a very diverse group of people. From the technicians to the engineers, everyone has a unique story to tell about how they got to where they are now.

The JSC Pipeline Success Website is a way to share NASA success stories with students and the public. We want to recognize those who have started in education programs at Johnson Space Center and are now working for NASA full-time as a civil servant or contractor.

This site is a chance to meet people who started out as students in programs offered at Johnson Space Center. We hope this will give you some insight into the variety of personal background, academic achievement, work experience, and extracurricular activities of program participants.

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