SOEST News, first published July 24, 2023.
Three graduate students from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa are spending one year focusing on critical marine policy issues in Washington, D.C. representing the UH Sea Grant College Program as John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellows.
Gina Selig, Sarah Tucker and Emily Young were selected out of a highly competitive pool of applicants from across the nation to serve in either the legislative or executive branch of government.
“The Knauss Fellowship offers graduate students the invaluable opportunity to put their academic knowledge to practice in tackling marine, coastal and Great Lakes management and policy challenges at the federal level,” said Jonathan Pennock, National Sea Grant College Program director.
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