Phillips, Bruce E.
July 2004
Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p63
Features Roland S. Arriola, vice president for External Affairs at the University of Texas-Pan American. Career background; Initiatives made to introduce Hispanic American children to science and technology; Information on the National Hispanic Engineering, Science and Technology Week which is being led by Arriola.


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