This timeline displays information related to the grant since its inception in 2002 through the present (2012). Items include information on funding, staff and other significant events.
Created by noel70 on Feb 27, 2012
Last updated: 02/29/12 at 05:27 PM
CAMP submits a new proposal for re-funding for academic year 2012 through 2017. Notable changes in the proposal compared to the current approved grant are: CAMP proposes to serve 45 students instead of 50; Program objectives reduced to five which includes a measure for enrolling students interested in STEM majors at UTB
This is the second time CAMP hosts the Student Leadership Conference. 84 participants attended the event; participants traveled from CAMP at TAMIU, West Texas A&M, UT-Pan American and UTB CAMP.
Jorge Hernandez is the new CAMP Secretary and a CAMP alumnus from 2006
UTB CAMP almuni Tania Benavidez was featured in a short video about her life as a migrant growing up in Brownsville, Texas and her college experience related to CAMP. Tania provides students with advice on how to succeed in college.
OME Program Officers Bonnie Cote and Dr. Sam Harris traveled to UTB CAMP for a two-day site visit. The follow up report on findings sent to CAMP in August of 2010 noted no required actions needed and reported several program accomplishments.
CAMP reports directly to Dr. Beatriz Becerra-Barckholtz, Director of the Student Success Center
CAMP is re-funded for a new 5-year cycle. The number of students served is now 50 students (down from 70).
Carmelita Gonzalez is the Interim Director after Theresa Ramos departs
Joe Arambul Jr is the new Student Development Specialist
Ms. Theresa Ramos is the new CAMP Director Mr. Edward Camarillo is the new CAMP Student Development Specialist Ms. Monica Longoria is the new CAMP Secretary
Maria DelCarmen "Carmelita" Gonzalez replaces Sylvia Padron as the new Learning Instructional Specialist
Located in the UTB/TSC Lightner Center, CAMP is funded to serve 70 migrant seasonal farmworker students. Original staff include: Dr. Hilda Silva (Principal Investigator), Sandra Rubio (Director), Eddie Ramirez (Student Development Specialist), Sylvia Padron (Learning Instructional Specialist) and Robert Contreras (Secretary). CAMP reported to Dr. Deborah Huerta (Counseling Center, Student Affairs).
CAMP is funded by the Office of Migrant Education of the U.S. Department of Education.
Ms. Bonnie Cote is the UTB/TSC CAMP Program Officer