Juarez City- Lizbeth López, 24, from Juarez, fulfilled her dream this month of arriving at NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) as part of the International Air and Space Program 2023 (IASP).
The border woman, who graduated from the Physics Engineering degree at the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez (UACJ) and is currently studying a master’s degree in Business Administration with a Specialty in Quality and Productivity at Tecmilenio in Ciudad Juárez, participated for a week in special training.
In 2022 he was one of the 60 people selected to participate this month for a week in training at NASA and although he had to raise the money to get closer to the dream that began in his childhood, he achieved it.
“Since she was very little, Lizbeth dreamed of exploring space and being part of the Mexicans who have managed to reach space. With dedication, effort and a firm life purpose, Lizbeth is managing to achieve her goals,” Tecmilenio highlighted about her graduate student.
The institution highlighted that the preparation it has acquired at Tecmilenio has also helped it better develop its teamwork skills and research methodology for project development, since it is part of a project on the development of structures of a business model. , which in addition to being functional in space must be manufactured.
According to the Mexican Space Agency (Aexa), the “IASP is an educational program that promotes the leaders of tomorrow in STEM areas. This program takes place at NASA facilities. “Aexa is dedicated to offering a real-world experience, bringing students closer to the world of STEM through space engineering, aeronautics and science.”
“We celebrate our star, Lizbeth López! Lizbeth is a true inspiration for all those girls with big dreams of exploring space and reaching for the stars. Her dedication, bravery, and achievements are a clear example that limits do not exist when you passionately pursue what you believe in,” shared the Renace Mujer association.