Staff

Capri Schafner

Capri Schafner

Contact: 210-458-7970 | capri.schafner@utsa.edu
Occupation:

Educational Background:

University of Texas at San Antonio 2017 Masters of Science in Business Administration

Texas A&M University 2008 Bachelor of Arts, English; Communication

Professional History:

In 2008 Capri Schafner started as the Senior Administrative Associate at the English Language Institute at Texas A&M University. There she was given the opportunity to work with international students representing over 25 different countries and be the key point of contact for students through admission processing, new student orientation, academic advising, event coordinating, and TOEFL preparation.  In addition to her work with students, Capri Schafner assisted 14 faculty members and coordinated three volunteer programs totaling over 300 volunteers each semester.

In 2011 she joined the Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute where continues her work in higher education, but most importantly, allows her to have direct community impact as the communication specialist and event coordinator for the Institute. When she is not planning institute events Capri is often assisting grant proposal teams with the preproposal submission process to include grant writing, grant editing, proposal collaboration and preproposal management. 

Related Projects: Eagle Ford ShaleElectrification of TransportationEnergy Conservation & Residential ConsumptionEnergy Water NexusLarge Scale Photovoltaic IntegrationSan Antonio Clean Energy IncubatorUTSA Solar Forecasting ResearchWind Energy Research


Martha Wright

Martha Wright

Contact: 210-458-8653 | Martha.Wright@utsa.edu
Occupation: Research Analyst

Martha Wright is a research analyst at the UTSA Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute.

With her background in Environmental Science, Martha’s work at the Institute has been focused on sustainability research including carbon management, transportation, and water.  As a student at UTSA, she advanced initiatives for student interaction, created a new student organization, Roadrunners for Renewable Resources, and participated in multiple outreach events.

Professional Affiliations: Alpha Chi National Honor Society, Golden Key International Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society, UTSA Honors Alliance

Educational Background: B.S. in Environmental Science, 2012
University of Texas at San Antonio

Related Projects: Carbon Capture, Storage, Sequestration and ReutilizationEnergy Conservation & Residential ConsumptionEnergy Efficiency Online Outreach