ILAB
INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Get Adobe Flash player

People

11Justin Z. Zhan, Ph.D.

Director of ILAB

Director of Data Science
Department of Computer Science
College of Engineering
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Email: justin.zhan@unlv.edu

Home Page

Dr. Justin Zhan is the Director of ILAB and the Director of Data Science Hub. He is a core faculty member at Department of Computer Science, College of Engineering, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and a core faculty member of Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine (NIPM). He has previously been a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University, National Center for the Protection of Financial Infrastructure in South Dakota State, and North Carolina A&T State University. His research interests include Big Data, Information Assurance, Social Computing, and Health Science. He is a steering chair of ASE/IEEE International Conference on Social Computing (SocialCom), ASE/IEEE International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust (PASSAT), and ASE/IEEE International Conference on BioMedical Computing (BioMedCom). He is currently an editor-in-chief of International Journal of Privacy, Security and Integrity, International Journal of Social Computing and Cyber-Physical Systems, and managing editor of SCIENCE journal and HUMAN Journal. He has served as a conference general chair, a program chair, a publicity chair, a workshop chair, or a program committee member for 160 international conferences and an editor-in-chief, an editor, an associate editor, a guest editor, an editorial advisory board member, or an editorial board member for 30 journals. He has published 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals and conferences and delivered above 30 keynote speeches and invited talks. He has been involved in a number of projects ($65 million) as a PI or a Co-PI, funded by the National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, National Institute of Health, etc.


bililignSolomon Bililign, Ph. D.
ILAB Advisory Board
Professor of Physics
 Director: NOAA-ISET Center
North Carolina A&T State University
Greensboro, NC 27411
306
Marteena, 302 Gibbs (Center office)
Phone (336)-285-2328 
(336)285-3259
Fax: 336- 256-2542
Home Page

Dr. Solomon Bililign is a professor of Physics at North Carolina A&T State University He has been at NCA&T since 1993. He did his undergraduate and MS work in Physics at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia, PhD at the University of Iowa and a two year postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Utah department of Chemistry. He has done research at several national laboratories including Oak Ridge National Lab, Los Alamos National Lab. His area of specialization includes Experimental and Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics /and Chemical Physics. His current research is focused on use of laser based spectroscopic techniques for atmospheric applications. It involves characterizing organic and inorganic acids and aerosols in the atmosphere emitted by Biomass burning and their impact on climate and air quality. His lab uses cavity ring down spectroscopy (CRD) to measure overtone induced dissociation of organic acids and measurement of optical properties of aerosols. He also uses negative ion proton transfer mass spectrometry to measure gas phase acidities of organic acids. Bililign served as the Physics Department Chair from 2001-2006 and developed several new courses, degree programs concentrations in geophysics and a BS program in Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology. Bililign received over 15 million in grants that include very competitive and prestigious awards like NSF-CAREER, NSF-PIRE and NSF-MRI. In 2005 he lead a team of thirty-one scientists and engineers in eight institutions to win a $12.5 million award from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to establish the NOAA-ISET Center where he is a director. Bililign also had several appointments both nationally and internationally- In 200-2001 NIST-JILA visiting fellow in Boulder Colorado (2000-2001) and in 2003 a visiting professor at the University of Marseille in France (2003) an adjunct professor at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia since 2009. In 2001-2003 he was named “Outstanding Senior Researcher” for NCA&T. In 2010 he is named as the University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts Alumni Fellow, and is the recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering mentoring in 2011. In 2012 he received the Interdisciplinary team award from NCA&T.


2Fatemeh Afghah, PhD 
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University
Email: fafghah@ncat.edu
Home Page

Fatemeh Afghah is an Assistant Professor at Department of Electrical and Computer engineering, North Carolina A&T State University. She is the director of Wireless Networking and Information Processing (WiNIP) Laboratory. She received her PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering form University of Maine, ME, in 2013. She was a visiting graduate student at the ECE department, University of Maryland, College Park, MD during 2012-13. She received her B.Sc and M.Sc in Electrical Engineering from Khajeh Nassir Toosi University of Technology (K.N.T.U), Tehran, Iran in 2005 and 2008, respectively, both with honor. She served as GOLD Affinity Group Chair at IEEE Maine Section from 2011-2013. She was a Member-at-Large of IEEE Maine section (2010-11). She received several awards such as New Investigator Award, North Carolina Space Grant (2013); Maine Economic Improvement Fund (MEIF) Doctoral Fellowship Award, (2012); Graduate Student Government Research Grant, (2012); Dissertation fellowship, UMaine, (2013); N2Women fellowship (2013); ITU Granted fellowships in ITU TELECOM World 2006 & 2008; Elite student award during the B.Sc and M.Sc, K.N.Toosi University. Her research focuses on wireless communication, game theory, big data analytics, decentralized decision making in cognitive systems, cooperative communication, and sensor networks. Her research area includes different optimization problems in various applications such as communication networks, autonomous control, cognitive systems and big data analytics.


10Rajeev Agrawal, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Systems Technology
School of Technology
Email: ragrawal@ncat.edu

Dr. Rajeev Agrawal is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computers Systems Technology, School of Technology, North Carolina A & T State University (NCAT), Greensboro, North Carolina. Prior to joining NCAT, he worked at Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids Michigan as Visiting Faculty. He completed his PhD in 2009 from Wayne State University in Computer Science on Narrowing down the Semantic Gap between Content and Context in Image Clustering and Retrieval. Dr. Agrawal has significant industrial experience; he was employed with CDAC, India and HP Company. At HP, he worked in Business Intelligence Group on airline and Medicaid projects dealing with BigData. He received best paper award for his paper on Image Clustering Using Multimodal Keywords in the International Conference on Semantics and Digital Media Technology, Athens, Greece in 2006. His current research focuses on BigData, Anomaly Detection in Computer Network, Healthcare Fraud Detection, and Predicting the Movement of Dynamic Objects in geospatial domain. He has published 40 refereed journal and conference papers and 4 book chapters. Dr. Agrawal actively serves as committee member/chair and reviewer for conferences and journals in his area of research. Currently, he is vice-chair of IEEE, North Carolina Council. He is a member of IEEE, IEEE-Computer Society, ACM, and ASEE.


18Shyam Aravamudhan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Nonoengineering
Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
North Carolina A&T State University
Email: saravamu@ncat.edu
Home Page

Shyam Aravamudhan is an Assistant Professor of Nanoengineering at the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN), North Carolina A&T State University. Shyam previously worked as a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (Emergency Response and Air Toxicants Branch in the Division of Laboratory Sciences) and as a Post-doctoral Fellow in Biomedical Engineering (Neuroengineering) at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. Shyam has published over 35 papers in peer-reviewed journals, referred conferences and 2 issued patents with over 200 citations. Shyam’s research interests lie at the intersection of micro/nanotechnology, electronics and life sciences, with an overarching goal to question and better understand how biological systems function. Shyam’s other research projects include nanotoxicity, nanobioelectronic systems, regenerative medicine and bio and environmental sensors.


5Lemuria Carter, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Accounting and Finance
School of Business & Economics
Email: ldcarte2@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Carter is an Associate Professor in the School of Business and Economics at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Her research interests include technology adoption, electronic government, online trust, cyber security, big data and social media utilization in the public sector. She has published in several top-tier information journals, including the Journal of the Association for Information SystemsJournal of Strategic Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, Communications of the ACMDATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems and Information Systems Frontiers. Her research has been funded by the Institute for Homeland Security Solutions, the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation and IBM’s Center for the Business of Government.

Dr. Carter’s initial study on e-government adoption published in Information Systems Journal (ISJ) in 2005 is one of the most cited papers on the topic, with more than 850 Google Scholar citations and 200 Web of Science citations. In 2009, it was reported as the most cited paper in the history of ISJ (as of January 2008). In 2013, it was the second most accessed article in the journal. Dr. Carter serves as track and mini-track chair for the Americas Conference on Information Systems and the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, respectively. She has served as a guest editor of eServices Journal and currently serves as an Associate Editor of the International Journal of E-government Research.


19Terrolyn P. Carter, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Sociology and Social Work
College of Arts & Sciences
Email: tpcarter@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Terrolyn P. Carter is an associate professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology and Social Work at NCAT and Coordinator of the Sociology Program. Her current research interests lie in the area of educational outcomes among African Americans, civic and political engagement, and emerging adulthood. Dr. Carter teaches undergraduate courses in social statistics, research methods, and demography. She also teaches an experiential-learning course on community, which engages students in neighborhoods, schools, and other civic entities across northeast Greensboro, NC. Prior to joining the faculty at N C A & T, Dr. Carter was the Program Director of the NSF-funded Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) and Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Programs at Howard University. She also served as co-principal investigator of a project from the U.S. Department of Education to develop faculty and student learning communities at four HBCUs to enhance academic achievement of African American students in the STEM fields. Dr. Carter has publications on educational outcomes, civic and social engagement, and STEM education. In addition, she currently serves as founding board member of the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood. She received her undergraduate degree from Xavier University of Louisiana and both her Master’s and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Missouri.


9Lauren Davis, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
College of Engineering
Email: lbdavis@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Lauren Berrings Davis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina A&T State University. She received her B.S. in Computational Mathematics from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1991. Her M.S.in Industrial and Management Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1992;and her Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from North Carolina State University in 2005. Prior to coming to A&T she spent 12 years as a senior software engineer at IBM supporting SAP implementations in RTP, Guadalajara and Shenzen. Her research area primarilyaddresses stochastic modeling of supply chain systems, with application areas in humanitarianlogistics and homeland security. Her research has been funded by the National Science Foundation and The Department of Homeland Security. Dr. Davis is an active member of IIEand INFORMS and currently serves on the editorial board for the International Journalof Operations Research and Information Systems.


3Chris Doss, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
College of Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University
Email: cdoss@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Christopher C. Doss received his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering in Spring, 1994 from the University of South Florida. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University in Spring, 1997 and 2001, respectively. While working on his Ph.D., Dr. Doss served as an instructor at Wake Technical Community College, where he worked until Summer 2001. Dr. Doss currently holds an AssociateProfessor position at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, North Carolina A & T State University. Dr.Doss’ current research interests focus on the design and implementation of applications on reconfigurable computing systems for assistive domotics, and utilizing mobile technology for STEM education. His current active research centers on developing interactive systems that provide educational tools on several platforms, including smartphones, tablets and desktops. This research also includes the development of new tools.


17Albert C. Esterline, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
College of Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University
Email: esterlin@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Albert Esterline is Associate Professor of Computer Science at North Carolina A&T State University. His current research interests include multiagent systems, the Semantic Web, Web science, sensor webs, data fusion, modal logics for software specification, computer-based structural health management, and human-computer integration. He has also conducted significant interdisciplinary research with colleagues in mathematics, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. Dr. Esterline has graduated over 70 MS students and has been a co-advisor for five PhD students. His students have won numerous awards at the McNair Symposium, the ADMI (Computing at Minority Institutions)Symposium, and the NC-LSAMP conference, and he was recognized as the outstanding faculty mentor at the 2001 NC-LSAMP Conference. Dr. Esterline’s research has been fundedby NASA, NOAA, the Army, Navy, and Air Force, the ARO, the NRO, the NIA, the NSF, Raytheon, and General Dynamics. He has over 100 publications in the areas of multiagent systems, formal methods, human-computer integration, situation awareness, formal logic, data fusion, the Semantic Web, soft computing, and machine learning. Dr. Esterline grew up in rural Minnesota and received his BS in philosophy from Lawrence University (Appleton, WI). He received a Master of Letters (M.Litt.) and PhD in philosophy from the University of St. Andrews (Scotland) as well as an MS in mathematics and a PhD in computer science from the University of Minnesota.


4Kossi Edoh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
College of Arts & Sciences
North Carolina A&T State University
Email: kdedoh@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Kossi Edoh is Associate Professor of Mathematics and Assistant Director of the Center for AcademicExcellence in Information Assurance Education (CAE/IAE) at North Carolina A&T State University.Prior to joining NC A&T, he was a faculty in the Department of Computer Science, Montclair StateUniversity, NJ. Dr. Edoh was part of ONR Summer Faculty Research Program at the Naval UnderseaWarfare Center, Newport, Rhode Island in 2011. His research areas include Information Assurance,Numerical Analysis, and Social Network Analysis. His current topics are: Cryptography – Elliptic CurveCryptography and its Implementation; Imaging Science – Using Heat/Diffusion Maps in Image Mining;and Large-Scale Social Network Analysis using Diffusion Wavelets. He has developed and taught acourse in cryptography. As a PI he has directed a research and training programs in information assurancefrom 2006 – 2009 for both undergraduate and graduate students through grants provided by NationalSecurity Agency and NC A&T State University. Dr. Edoh has Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from SimonFraser University, Canada and did some graduate work in Computer Science at Old Dominion University,Virginia. His publications span areas in both Mathematics and Computer Science.


6Loury Floyd, Ph.D.
Associate Dean
School of Education
Email: lfloyd@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Loury Ollison Floyd is an Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs in the School of Education. Dr. Floyd completed her doctoral studies at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Dr. Floyd was honored as the 2007 Rookie Researcher of the Year at her institution. She has collaborated with colleagues to secure state funding in excess of $235,000 to enhance teacher quality in low-performing school districts. Her current research focus is teaching students with special needs, working with families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and inclusive education. Dr. Floyd has written eight mini-grants to create Home Learning Tool-Kits for families. She has also co-authored articles published in Teacher Education and Special Education, Intervention in School and Clinic, Academic Exchange Quarterly and The Educational Forum, The Clearing House and Centroid. Dr. Floyd has also co-authored two book chapters Relationships In and Outside the Inclusive Classroom and Response to Intervention and Inclusion: Facilitating Collaborative Arrangements. Dr. Floyd teaches courses which emphasize the use of evidenced based strategies for students with learning and behavior problems, family involvement and inclusive education.


13Kelly N. Graves, Ph.D., 
HSP-P
Executive Director,
Center for Behavioral Health and Wellness
 Associate Professor,
Dept of Human Development & Services
NC A&T State University
913 Bluford Street Greensboro, NC 27401
Email: kngrave2@ncat.edu
Phone: 336-285-2605 Fax: 336-256-2880
Home Page

Dr. Kelly Graves is the Executive Director of the Center for Behavioral Health and Wellness at North Carolina A&T State University and an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Development and Services. Dr. Graves received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, completed her clinical internship at Emory University School of Medicine, and is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of North Carolina. She has over 15 years of experience in working with community-based programs to bridge the gap between research and practice by developing systems that are data-driven, collaborative, culturally congruent, and individualized to meet the needs of the target population. She focuses on risk and resiliency among children exposed to violence and trauma across services systems (law enforcement, mental health, social services, and juvenile justice), developing trauma-informed systems, the overlap between mental health and substance abuse, positive youth development, and ensuring evidence-based practices in community settings. In those capacities, she has designed and implemented multiple local, state, and federal research programs that examine and enhance the implementation and delivery of services across multiple service settings. She currently serves as the PI on a federal demonstration grant with OVC that builds law enforcement-mental health partnerships to address the needs of children exposed to violence and trauma. She is an accomplished scholar with over 20 peer-reviewed publications and is the author of “Responding to Family Violence: A Research-Based Guide for Therapists” published by Routledge in 2012.


sharrison_fullScott Harrison, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
College of Arts & Sciences
North Carolina A&T State University
Email:scotth@ncat.edu

Dr. Scott Harrison is an assistant professor in the Department of Biology at North Carolina A&T State University. His laboratory seeks to cross-compare physiologic stability and change between diverse, co-evolving organisms with the use of high-throughput technology data collected from specimens. His research interests are to evaluate evolutionary trends due to the dynamics and mechanisms of chromosomal rearrangement, and identify coalescing genome section variants that impact fitness. Dr. Harrison is involved in biostatistical, bioinformatics and biotechnology course instruction and research collaboration, and has served as a reviewer for multiple journals. He received a B.S. degree in Computer Science and a B.S. degree in Microbiology from Michigan State University, and his Ph.D.degree in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics from Michigan State University. His postdoctoral research included statistical programming, cancer proteomics and genomic annotation at Michigan State University and IUPUI. Dr. Harrison has been an instructor at Wayne State University for undergraduate and graduate course instruction. He has also provided continuing education instruction in Africa for biomedical professionals. Dr. Harrison advocates for the unimpeded study of nature through the development and use of powerful, reliable, and highly flexible free and open source software tools.


12Dukka KC, Ph.D.
Graduate Coordinator
Department of Computational Science and Engineering
College of Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University
Email: dbkc@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Dukka KC is an assistant professor and graduate coordinator in the Department of Computational Science and Engineering at North Carolina A&T State University. He received his B.E. in Computer Science, M.Inf. and Ph.D. in Bioinformatics from Kyoto University in 2001, 2003 and 2006 respectively. Prior to joining A&T he has been a postdoctoral fellow at Georgia Institute of Technology, postdoctoral fellow at UNC-charlotte, Cancer Research Training Award Fellow at National Cancer Institute at NIH and Bioinformatics Analyst at Center for Information Technology at NIH. His research interests include development of various computational approaches but not limited to elucidation of protein sequence, structure, function and evolution relationship, analysis of Next-gen sequencing data and analysis of Micro-array data. His primary interests are development of algorithms and methodology for various important problems in the field of bioinformatics. During his career he has received numerous awards and fellowships such as the Japanese Government of Education Scholarship, C&C International Foundation award. He has served as reviewer for various journals in the field of bioinformatics and computational biology.


7Seong-Tae “Ty” Kim
Assistant Professor of Statistics
Department of Mathematics
College of Arts and Sciences
North Carolina A&T State University
skim@ncat.edu

Dr. Seong-Tae “Ty” Kim is Assistant Professor of Statistics at the Department of Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences, North Carolina A&T State University. Prior to joining N.C. A&T State University, he worked as Biostatisician at the Center for Cancer Genomics at Wake Forest School of Medicine where he performed biomedical and bioinformatics research funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and the Women’s Health Initiative. He published more than thirty articles in journals such as Nature Genetics and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. His research areas include Bioinformatics, Data Mining, and Time Series Analysis along with Big Data. His current projects include predictive modeling with sufficient dimension reduction, text mining on qualitative survey questions with open answers, and dynamic time warping modeling for various sequential data. Dr. Kim received his Ph.D. in Statistics from North Carolina State University in 2007.


14Jilan Li, Ph.D., MSW, M.Econ
Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology and Social Work
College of Arts & Sciences
Email: jli1@ncat.edu

Dr. Jilan Li is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Work at North Carolina A&T State University. Dr. Li received her master’s in economics at Southwest University in P.R. China and joined the faculty at Southwest University upon graduation in 1989. She was an associate professor at Southwest University before she entered the doctoral program at School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Li was a member of the Royster Society of Fellows. Her research focuses on prevention of antisocial and aggressive behavior in childhood and adolescence, program evaluation, and quantitative data analysis.


16opt2Matthew B. McCullough, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical, Biological, and Bioengineering
College of Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University
Email: mattbm@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Matthew McCullough is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical, Biological, and Bioengineering at his alma mater North Carolina A&T State University. Dr. McCullough graduated from A&T in 2001 with a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering and obtained his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Iowa, under Dr. Nicole Grosland. His research area was hand and wrist musculoskeletal biomechanics, focusing on total wrist arthroplasty design and simulation and upper extremity kinematics. Dr. McCullough completed his post-doctoral training at Mayo Clinic,in Rochester, MN, working on orthopedic biomechanics and physiology cellular imaging laboratories. His post-doctoral research included non-invasive imaging of muscle tissues well as cadaveric studies of the foot and ankle. Dr. McCullough’s long term goals include educating undergraduate, and graduate students, as well as the general community in biomechanics and biomedical engineering. His research interests include the affects of diabetes, arthritis and other diseases on the musculoskeletal system. He plans to study these areas from both theoretical/computational and experimental perspectives. Dr. McCullough currently serves on the diversity committee for the American Society of Biomechanics and has served as an ad-hoc reviewer for various biomechanics journals.


15Joseph D.W. Stephens, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Arts & Sciences
Email: jdstephe@ncat.edu
Home Page

Dr. Joseph D. W. Stephens is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at North Carolina A&T State University.He earned his Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University in 2006 and joined the faculty of NC A&T in 2008. His primary research focus investigates the perceptual mechanisms by which humans integrate auditory and visual information in speech perception, and has been funded by the National Institutes of Health. Dr Stephens regularly teaches courses on Memory & Cognition, Sensation & Perception, and Statistics.


 

PravinChopade-263x300

 

Pravin Chopade, Ph.D
Email: pvchopad@ncat.edu
Research Scientist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSCF4715_副本-220x300

 

Xing Fang
Email: xingfang912@gmail.com
Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMG_1250

 

Bradley Meyer
Email: bradleybrentmeyer@gmail.com
Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMG_9729_1

 

Balkirat Kaur
Email: balkirat.kaur@gmail.com
Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSC_0888

 

Haysam Selim
Email: fifa_haysam@hotmail.com
Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

markBentley

 

Mark Bentley
Email: markbentley2015@gmail.com
Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMP-300x225_1

 

Brandon Murphy
Email: bfmurph89@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20130125_092032

 

Ahmad Albu Shamah
Email: aaalbush@aggies.ncat.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013-09-12 08.39.25-2

 

Yang Lu
Email: yanglududu@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Munene W. Kanampiu

 

Munene W. Kanampiu
Email: kanampiumw@wssu.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMG_1198

 

Trevor Speights
Email: tdspeigh@aggies.ncat.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

Morganne Lamberth
Email: morganneleona@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4_副本-221x300

 

Micayla Goodrum
Email: mjgoodru@aggies.ncat.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DSCF4698

 

Alex Doyal
Email: alexdoyal@hotmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

photo (1)

 

Mecca Arnette
Email: mkarnett@ncat.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

View more>>