Victor Ibarra Jr.

Victor Ibarra Jr. is a proud first generation Mexican-American from Garland, Texas pursuing his Bachelors of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University.

Throughout his time at Texas A&M, Victor has been involved in undergraduate research, worked as a Teaching Assistant in the engineering department, and has secured internships at NASA as part of their Reduced-Gravity Flights Opportunities Program, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and the Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant.

In addition to his academic work, Victor has been actively involved in the American Nuclear Society (ANS) section on campus and has served a variety of leadership positions inside the organization. Outside of ANS, Victor has also served as the chair of the Texas Nuclear Engineering Student Delegation (TNESD), Texas’ very own spin off of NESD.

In his free time, Victor enjoys rock climbing, playing FIFA with his friends, and spending time at his family’s ranch.