Santiel J. Creekmore
4014 Timmerman Drive
Elizabeth City, NC 27909

Objective: To continue my education in physics and higher mathematics with the goal of joining a research center or laboratory specializing in orbital design and space exploration.
Education: B.S. in Physics (To be awarded in May 1999); Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City, NC; minor in Mathematics; GPA: 3.304 on a 4-pt scale.
Honors: NASA/NERTS Research Scholars Award 1998; Ronald E. McNair Eagle Award 1998; Rochelle Cleaners Award 1998; Office of Naval Resarch Scholarship Award; NAFEO Services Scholarship Award; Center of Materials Research Scholarship Award; National Dean's List Nominee; U.S. Achievement Academy Award 1996; National Talent Search Acadamic Excellence Award 1995; Dept. of Physical Science Academic Achievement Award 1995,1996,1998; Chancellor's Distinguished Emblem Award 1995; Chancellor's List Award 1995.

Experience: June 1997 - September 1998: NC Dept of Environmental Health and Resources, Washington, NC,- Field 0perative. Serviced air samplers of the Elizabeth City area; made calcuations on air sampler data; changed and shipped air filters weekly; assisted with seasonal calibrations and measurements.

June 1996- May 1996: Kmart, Elizabeth City NC; Electronic Sales Representative.
Supplied customers with information on electronic merchandise;
set up displays of electonic merchandise; conducted sales of the electronics department.

June 1997 - July1997: ~ Hampton University, Hampton, VA;
Summer intern. Constructed
table-top wind tunnel system; conducted nozzle flow
characerization experiments; assisted with Solar Thermal Electrical Propulsionsiou
Lab; presented findings in an oral presentation and paper

June 1996- July 1996: UnIPhy Hampton University, Hampton, VA; Summer intern.
Assisted with experiments using Electron Beam Fluorescence; assisted with
Solar Thermal Electrical Propulsion Lab; Presented findings in an oral presentation and paper.

June 1998-July 1998; CMR Norfolk State University Norfolk, VA;
Summer Intern
Assisted with optical characterization of TmFAP
SFAP, and BFAP crystals presented findings in an oral presentation and paper.

Member of Student Leadership Academy, Students of Science Ciub, Ronald E.
McNair Program, Society of Physics Students, 4-H Troop S, active in Palmyra
Baptist Church.

(References Furnished upon request)