Aggie STEM is a collaboration between Texas A&M’s College of Education and Human Development and the College of Engineering.

Aggie STEM Gaddis Girls Camp Featured by the Texas A&M Foundation

Aggie STEM Gaddis Girls Camp Featured by the Texas A&M Foundation

Check out the latest article by the Texas A&M Foundation featuring our Gaddis Girls STEM Camp.

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Aggie STEM Summer Camps Featured in The Battalion

Aggie STEM Summer Camps Featured in The Battalion

Aggie STEM has been working hard to provide an enjoyable, engaging learning environment for students this summer. Read about it…

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Sold Out!

Sold Out!

All 2022 summer camps are now sold out. Registration for Aggie STEM Summer Camps is now closed. You can add…

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The following camps are now sold out: Student Camps: Immersing into STEM 1, Advancing into STEM 1, Advancing into STEM…

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Donation in honor of James B. Kelly

James Burton Kelly was the true embodiment of what it means to be an Aggie. His generosity and selflessness was displayed in every one of his actions. He constantly devoted himself to A&M and contributed to the STEM program. James has and forever will be a fightin Texas Aggie.

Mr. Kelly annually gave the gift of camp to academically talented children who were unable to attend camp because of financial reasons. Your donation will be used to continue his legacy and his tradition of giving back to the community while supporting his beloved institution Texas A&M University. Thank you notes will be sent to all donors acknowledging their gift and the Kelly family will receive a note acknowledging the total donated and list of donors.

If you would like to mail a check:

Aggie STEM
Dr. Robert M. Capraro
4232 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4232
Make Checks Payable to Aggie STEM with In Memory of Mr. James B. Kelly in the memo section of the check

Dr. Luciana Barroso

Dr. Luciana Barroso

Co-Project Director

Luciana R. Barroso, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, holds BA. and B.S. degrees, in architectural studies and civil engineering respectively, from Rice University and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees, in civil engineering, from Stanford University. She joined the Texas A&M University (TAMU) faculty in the fall of 1999. Dr. Barroso’s research is broadly divided into two categories: structural engineering and engineering education. Her engineering education research spans K-12 through university level education and focuses on active learning and project-enhanced learning, high-impact learning activities, and STEM project-based learning.

Her structural engineering research specializes in the areas of structural control and performance, structural health monitoring and system identification, earthquake hazard mitigation, and both linear and nonlinear dynamic analysis of structures. She has also worked in the areas of probabilistic hazard analysis and historic structures. Most of the work has a core of structural dynamics and vibrations, her main area of specialization.